eLivermore.com - By Bill Nale

 

Little League® Intermediate World Series
Statistics and Information per Year

This is an Unofficial, but very informative website.  The Official LLIWS site can be found here

 

 


2013


2014


2015


2016



2017

 

2018



2019

2020
(cancelled)



 2022

 

2023

2024

2021
(cancelled)

LLIWS Statistics
and Info per Year

Player Statistics
for All Years Page

Home Run lists
 for all years

Game Brackets
for all years

Chronological Game
Schedule
for all years

Teams and their schedules
 / results
for all years

States / Countries
Represented

Umpires for all years

All Division World Series
Results since 2013

Photo Site
(separate site)

 

On This Page

Champions, Dates, # of games, Game Lengths
Runs
Home Runs
Singles, Doubles, Triples
HPB, Walks, Strike Outs
Plate Appearances, At Bats, Total Bases
Hits, Batting Average, On Base %
Stolen Bases (Offense)
Defense
Catchers
Pitching
Attendance, Weather, Field Upgrades, Rule Changes, etc.
Teams Represented

 

All statistics are updated for 2023 (8/14/2023)

Please note that the teams do not play the same number of games.  Games played by a team can be from 3 to 7 (6 is the max played so far).  This affects some of the statistics.
See additional notes at the bottom of this page.

World Series stats and Information per year

  Year
Rec-
ord
Total
thru
2023
2013
(Inaugural year)
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
2021
2022 2023 2024

 

Champions, Dates, Total Games, Longest games (time and innings), photos taken.

C
A
N
C
E
L
L
E
D

       
World Champion     Asia-Pacific
Izumisano LL,
Osaka Japan
West
Nogales National LL
Nogales, AZ
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
West
Central East Maui LL
Wailuku, HI
Puerto Rico
Radames Lopez LL
Guayama, Puerto Rico
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
Southeast
McCalla LL
McCalla Alabama
CA57 (host)
Danville LL
Danville, CA
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
  World Champion
US Champion     East
Collier Township LL
Collier Township, PA
West
Nogales National LL
Nogales, AZ
Southeast
Recreation LL
Wellington, FL
West
Central East Maui LL
Wailuku, HI
East
Freehold Township LL
Freehold, NJ
CA57 (host)
Livermore Baseball
Livermore, CA
Southeast
McCalla LL
McCalla Alabama
CA57 (host)
Danville LL
Danville, CA
Southeast
Keystone LL
Tampa, FL
  US Champion
International Champion     Asia-Pacific
Izumisano LL,
Osaka Japan
Puerto Rico
Liga de Beisbol Samaritana LL
San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
Puerto Rico
Radames Lopez LL
Guayama, Puerto Rico
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
Mexico
Matamoros AC
Matamoros, Tamaulipas
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
Asia-Pacific
West Seoul LL
Seoul, S Korea
  International Champion
US Championship game     Southwest @
East
West @
East
Southeast @
East
West @
Southeast
West @
East
CA57 (host) @
Southeast
Southwest @
Southeast
West @
CA57 (host)
Southeast @
West
  US Championship game
International Championship game     Asia-Pacific @.
Puerto Rico
Latin America @
Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico @
Asia-Pacific
Asia-Pacific @
Latin America
Puerto Rico @
Latin America
Asia-Pacific @
Puerto Rico
Asia-Pacific @
Mexico
Asia-Pacific @
Puerto Rico
Mexico @
Asia-Pacific
  International Championship game
                           
Dates     July 30 to Aug 5
Tues to Mon
Games played every day
July 29 to Aug 4
Tues to Mon
Games played every day
Aug 2 to Aug 8
Sun to Sat
Games played every day
July 31 to Aug 7
Sun to Sun.
No Fri games
July 30 to Aug 6
Sun to Sun
No Fri games
July 29 to Aug 5
Sun to Sun
No Fri games
July 28 to Aug 4
Sun to Sun
No Fri games
July 31 to Aug 7
Sun to Sun
No Fri games
July 30 to Aug 6
Sun to Sun
No Fri games
July 28 to Aug 4 Dates
Total games   195 19 plus the Challenger game 21 plus the Challenger Game 21 plus the Challenger Game 21 plus the Challenger Game 21 plus the Challenger Game 23 plus the Challenger Game 23 plus the Challenger Game 23 23 23 Total games
Teams   102 6 US and 4 International 6 US and 5 International (Europe-Africa added) 6 US and 5 International 6 US and 5 International 6 US and 5 International 6 US and 6 International (Australia added) 6 US and 6 International.  Mexico in alternating spot. 6 US and 6 International.  Puerto Rico in alternating spot. 6 US and 6 International.  Mexico in alternating spot. 6 US and 6 International.  Mexico in alternating spot. Teams
Teams with Bye in first round     Southeast
West
West
Southwest
Europe-Africa
Southwest
Southeast
Europe-Africa
West
Central
Asia-Pacific
Central
Southwest
Canada
Southeast
East
Puerto Rico
Canada
CA57 (host)
Southwest
Europe-Africa
Australia
CA57 (host)
Central
Latin Am
Puerto Rico
East
Central
Canada
Australia
  Teams with Bye in first round
Most games played by a team (7 is max possible) 6   6 - East (US Champ) 5 - East &
     PR (Int Champ)
6 - East 6 - West (World Champ) 6 - East (US Champ) 6 - CA57 (US Champ) 6 - Mexico  (Int Champ) 6  - West 6 - AP (World Champ)   Most games played by a team (7 is max possible)
Ave Length of a game (time)  h:mm 2:23 2:15   2:12 2:21 2:23 2:18 2:00 2:15 2:21 2:14   Ave Length of a game (time)  h:mm
Longest game. h:mm 3:57     2:52 3:32 3:34 (9 innings) 3:17 2:45 3:20 3:02 3:57  (12 innings)   Longest game. h:mm
Shortest game. h:mm 1:25     1:46 1:30 1:34 1:34 1:25 1:25 1:41 1:43   Shortest game. h:mm
Max # of innings
  see note below for inning fractions
12
(11.9)
  7.0 9.0 8.0 9 (8.9) 9 (8.7) 8 (7.9) 8.0 10 (9.6)
Game ended on first pitch in the bottom of the 10th (runner on 2nd steals third, throw goes into left field).
12 (11.9).
Game ended with 2 outs in bottom of 12th.
  Max # of innings
  see note below for inning fractions
# extra inning games 3 16 0 2 (one 8, one 9) 2 1 2 (one 8, one 9) 2 2 2 3   # extra inning games
Ave # innings per game (uses fractional) 6.20
7.00
6.77 6.38 6.65 6.80 6.58 6.86 6.20 6.40 6.43 7.00   Ave # innings per game (uses fractional)
Shortest possible game     4.5 (10 run role) 4.5 (10 run role) 4.5 (10 run role) 4.5 (10 run role) 4.5 (10 run role) 3.5 (15 run role) 3.5 (15 run role) 3.5 (15 run role) 3.5 (15 run role) 3.5 (15 run role) Shortest possible game
Ejections 1 3 0 1
AP Manager.  Game 9
1
PR Catcher.  Game 13
0 0 0 0 1
SW Manager. Game 10.
0 0 Ejections
Record for first game of teams with bye   8-22 0-2 1-2 2-1 1-2 0-3 1-3 0-4 3-1 0-4   Record for first game of teams with bye
Game Photos taken by my associate and I   315,146 5841 15,891 29,209 31,920 37,519 47,395 52,195 44,038 51,138   Game Photos taken by my associate and I
Game Photos available on the photo site   106,815 1273 4362 8628 10,447 9627 12,529 16,733 13,774 15,460   Game Photos available on the photo site
Note: I became the official photographer in 2014.  In 2013 I shot some photos through the fence.
   Numbers above are for Game photos only.  I also take photos of every aspect of the tournament with many of them available on the photo site.
   All photos are provided for free, and can be downloaded from the site.  I am a volunteer.
   In recent years, pretty much every play in every game can be seen in the photo galleries, and it includes EVERY player.
         
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2022 2023

2024

 

Runs Scored, Run Differential, 10 & 15 Run Rule        

Runs

Total Runs Scored 334 2226 205 232 245 226 199 272 334   297 216   Total Runs Scored
Average Runs per Game 14.6 11.4 10.8 11.0 11.7 10.8 9.5 11.8 14.6   12.9 9.4   Average Runs per Game
Average Runs per Inning (6 outs) 2.28 1.73 1.69 1.65 1.72 1.64 1.38 1.91 2.28   2.01 1.34   Average Runs per Inning (6 outs)
Min/Max Tot Runs in a game (both teams) 2
30
  4
20
5
19
3
26
2
18
2
21
3
23
3
28
  3
30
3
24
  Min/Max Tot Runs in a game (both teams)
Max runs in an inning (one team) 17   11 - AP 7 - twice: AP, PR 7 - AP 9 - LA 7 - PR 17 - AP 10 - LA   7 - 3 teams 11 - LA   Max runs in an inning (one team)
Max runs in an inning (both teams) 17   11 - AP 9 - East & SW 7 - several games 9 - LA 8 - SE & SW 17 - AP 12 - SW & West   11 - EA & PR 11   Max runs in an inning (both teams)
Max runs scored by a team in full tournament 79   51 - AP (4 games) 37 - PR (5 games) 56 - AP (5 games) 49 - West (6 games) 35 - PR (5 games) 79 - AP (5 games) 56 - Mexico (6 games)   41 - AP (5 games) 40 - AP   Max runs scored by a team in full tournament
Min runs given up by team in tournament 4   4 - AP
World Champ
12 - West
World Champ
14 - SE
US champ
10 - SE & AP
AP: Int champ
10 - CA57 5 - AP
World Champ
17 - CA57   4 - CA57
World Champ
8 - Mex   Min runs given up by team in tournament
Min runs per game given up by team in tournament 1.0   1.0 - AP
World Champ
3.0 - West
World Champ
3.0 - AP
World Champ
2.5 - SE & AP
AP: Int champ
2.5 - CA57 1.0 - AP
World Champ
4.0 - SE
World Champ
  1.0 - CA57
World Champ
2 - Mex   Min runs per game given up by team in tournament
Ave Run differential 3.48
8.17
5.5 5.00 4.95 5.10 5.62 3.48 8.17 6.78   5.52 4.8   Ave Run differential
Ave Run Diff US 1.70
6.40
4.3 4.27 5.00 3.10 4.80 3.30 6.40 4.90   5.20 1.70   Ave Run Diff US
Ave Run Diff Int 3.63
9.20
6.7 7.33 3.63 7.00 6.75 3.63 9.20 8.40   6.50 7.50   Ave Run Diff Int
# games 10 run rule 6 31 5 0 2 5 1 6 5   5 2   # games 10 run rule
# games 15 run rule 2 4 Rule not in place Rule not in place Rule not in place Rule not in place Rule not in place 2 1   1 0   # games 15 run rule
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Home Runs    See List of Home Runs with Links to Photos on this page        

Home Runs

Home Runs 1
22
125 5 10 22 (one inside park) 17 22 1.  Jason Krakoski of Livermore Baseball 16   21 11   Home Runs
Home Runs per Game 1.05 0.64 0.26 0.48 1.05 0.81 1.05 0.04 0.70   0.91 0.48   Home Runs per Game
Grand Slams 2 6 1 1 2 (both in losing efforts) 0 1 (to tie game on last out) 0 0   1 0   Grand Slams
Inside the Park Home Runs 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0   0 0   Inside the Park Home Runs
Most home runs by a team (all games) 6   1 (5 teams) 3 (East) 5 (East) 3 (Canada & Latin America) 6 (East) 1 (Dist 57) 6 (Latin America)   6 (Asia-Pacific) 3 (Mexico)   Most home runs by a team (all games)
Most home runs by a team in one game 4   1 (several) 1 (several) 3 (Southwest) 2 (East) 3 (East, Puerto Rico) 1 (Dist 57) 3 (LA twice, SE)   4 (Asia-Pacific) 2 (Mexico)   Most home runs by a team in one game
Most home runs by a player (all games) 4   1 (5 players) 2  (Tristan McDonough - East) 2 (5 players) 2 (2 players) 3 (Jackson Chourio - LA) 1 (Jason Krakoski -Dist 57) 4 (Aden Malpass - SE)   4 (Min Yong Han - AP) 2 (Trey Bailey - SW)   Most home runs by a player (all games)
Most home runs by a player in one game 3   1 (multiple players) 1 (multiple players) 2 (Jake Krzemienski) 1 (multiple players) 2 (2 players) 1 (Jason Krakoski -Dist 57) 3 (Aden Malpass - SE)   3 (Min Yong Han - AP) 1   Most home runs by a player in one game
Lowest Uniform # HR #2   #9 (CA57) #4 (Southeast) #4 (Canada) 2 (Southeast) 2 (Southwest) 13 (Dist 57) #6 (Southeast)   #9 (Southeast) 7 (SW)   Lowest Uniform # HR
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Singles, Doubles, Triples        

Singles, Dub, Trip

Singles Hit 334 2219 207 231 233 257 214 253 261   334 229   Singles Hit
Doubles Hit 73 533 55 59 60 54 44 56 73   69 63   Doubles Hit
Triples Hit 19 84 11 8 11 2 5 13 19   8 7   Triples Hit
Most Singles hit by team in one year 55   42 35 41 42 33 48 43   55 (West) 36 (AP)   Most Singles hit by team in one year
Most Doubles hit by team in one year 19   9 9 17 14 10 10 19 (Mexico)   10 14 (AP)   Most Doubles hit by team in one year
Most Triples hit by a team in one year 5   3 3 2 2 1 5 (AP) 4   3 2 (West)   Most Triples hit by a team in one year
Extra Base Hits 108 742 71 77 93 73 71 70 108   98 81   Extra Base Hits
Most XBH by a team in one year 23   10 12 23 (East) 16 12 15 22   17 17 (AP)   Most XBH by a team in one year
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HBP, Walks, Strikeouts (offense)         HBP, BB, SO
Hit by Pitch 44 316 22 33 34 37 37 38 37   34 44   Hit by Pitch
Most HBP by team 15   5 6 8 7 8 15 (AP) 11   7 13 (AP)   Most HBP by team
Walks 172 1220 106 100 136 119 135 148 154   172 150   Walks
Most Walks by team 30   17 13 25 17 28 30 (AP) 21   29 25 (SE)   Most Walks by team
Stikeouts 377 2924 243 310 331 281 334 320 377   335 393   Stikeouts
Min/Max Strikeouts by team in one year 7
50
  12
41
7 (Central)
50
16
45
17
40
16
54
15
43
20
40
  12
41
19 (SW)
50
  Min/Max Strikeouts by team in one year
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Plate Appearances, At Bats, Total Bases        

Plate Appr, etc.

Total Plate Appearances 1479 12,139 1137 1302 1342 1290 1305 1365 1479   1476 1446   Total Plate Appearances
Min/Max Plate Appr. by a team in a game 12
50
  15
40
18
43
18
50
(8 inning game)
17
42
20
41
12 (2 games)
43
14
47
  18
40
19
49
  Min/Max Plate Appr. by a team in a game
Average Plate Appearances per game (both teams) 64.3 62.3 59.8 62.0 63.9 61.4 62.1 59.3 64.3   64.2 62.9   Average Plate Appearances per game (both teams)
Total At Bats 1273 10,442 1002 1147 1148 1110 1120 1159 1273   1260 1223   Total At Bats
Total Bases Total 580 4041 370 413 474 439 405 408 532   580 420   Total Bases Total
Min/Max Total bases for a team in tourn 9
91
  15
65
20
61
13
88
18
78
14
67
9
83
12
91
- Mexico
  17
79
9
75
  Min/Max Total bases for a team in tourn
Average Total Bases in a game (both teams) 25.2   19.5 19.7 22.6 20.9 19.3 17.7 23.1   25.2 18.3   Average Total Bases in a game (both teams)
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Hits, RBIs, Batting Average, On Base %, Slugging %        

Hits, RBIs, etc.

Total Hits 430 2958 278 308 326 330 285 323 369   430 310   Total Hits
Max hits by a team  (one game) 21   18 - AP 17 - PR 20 - East 17 - East 16 - East 17 - AP 20 - Mexico   21 - CA57 19   Max hits by a team  (one game)
Max hits by a team in full tournament 65   52 - AP (4 games) 46 - PR (5 games) 54 - East (6 games) 58 - West (6 games) 44 - East (6 games) 63 - AP (5 games) 65 - Mexico (6 games)   65 - West (6 games) 53   Max hits by a team in full tournament
Overall batting average all teams in tournament .253
.341
.283 .382 .269 .284 .297 .254 .279 .290   .341 .253 (lowest)   Overall batting average all teams in tournament
Total RBIs in tourn. 257 1712 160 164 193 169 167 207 257   238 157   Total RBIs in tourn.
Min/Max RBIs by a team 1
59
  6
38
3
28
4
46
5
39
2
30
1
59 - AP
7
50
  6
36
2
24
  Min/Max RBIs by a team
Min/Max batting ave by a team in one game .000
.700
  .000 (perf game)
.500
.115
.500
.048
.607
.000
.483
.080
.467
.000
.567
.048
.541
  .095
.700
(CA57)
.000
.487 (LA)
  Min/Max batting ave by a team in one game
Min/Max batting ave by a team all games .129
.460
  .182
.409
.195
.346
.172
.382
.205
.358
.182
.340
.153
.460 (AP)
.155
.393
  .185
.454 (EA)
.129
.309
  Min/Max batting ave by a team all games
On Base % all teams, all games for year .435 .375 .357 .345 .376 .384 .354 .378 .383   .435 .356   On Base % all teams, all games for year
Min/Max OB% by team .207
.587
  .271
.483
.286
.431
.322
.497
.300
.449
.207
.456
.232
.587
- AP
.283
.488
  .256
.574
.254
.391 (SE)
  Min/Max OB% by team
Slugging % .460 .387 .369 .360 .413 .395 .362 .352 .415   .460 .343   Slugging %
Min/Max Slugging % by team .153
.606
  .227
.512
.244
.490
.203
.509
.254
.487
.212
.479
.352
.606
.169
.598
  .210
.579
.153
.473 (LA)
  Min/Max Slugging % by team
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Stolen Bases (Offense)        

Stolen Bases

Stolen Bases total 172 1170 117 104 112 108 133 148 172   150 126   Stolen Bases total
Min/Max Stolen bases by team in Tournament 0
33
  5
23
3
22
4
25
2
22
0
33
- Puerto Rico
4
28
4
32
  3
23
3
22 (AP)
  Min/Max Stolen bases by team in Tournament
Average Stolen bases per game 7.48 6.00 6.16 4.95 5.33 5.14 6.33 6.43 7.48   6.52 5.48   Average Stolen bases per game
Caught Stealing Total 24 189 24 22 22 21 16 20 19   20 25   Caught Stealing Total
Stolen Base success rate. .893 .861 0.830 .825 .836 .837 .893 .881 4   .882 .834   Stolen Base success rate.
Picked Off 16 115 9 9 16 14 16 16 11   15 9   Picked Off
Min/Max Picked off for a team 0
5
  0
4
0
2
0
5
0
3
0
3
0
3
0
5
  0
3
0
2
  Min/Max Picked off for a team
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Defense (Put Outs, Errors, Fielding Percentage, Double Plays, Triple Plays)        

Defense

Put Outs 964 7687 730 840 857 820 862 851 880   883 964   Put Outs
Put Outs per Game 41.9 39.4 38.4 40 40.8 39.0 41.0 37.0 38.3   38.4 41.9   Put Outs per Game
Total errors, all teams 128 735 70 95 82 69 62 86 128   66 77   Total errors, all teams
Max errors by one team in a game 10   5 10 5 6 6 8 6   6 5   Max errors by one team in a game
Min/Max Errors for a Team in Tournament 1
21
  3 - CA57 (4 games)
13
2 - Canada (3 games)
16
3 - CA57 (3 games)
    & AP (5 games)
14
1 - AP (4 games)
13
1 - Canada (3 games)
10
1 - AP (5 games)
18
4 - LA (4 games)
21
  1 - CA57 (4 games)
10
1 (Canada)
13
  Min/Max Errors for a Team in Tournament
Average Errors per team 5.50
10.67
7.21 7.00 8.64 7.45 6.27 5.64 7.17 10.67   5.50 6.4   Average Errors per team
Fielding Percentage .946   .913 .913 .921 .938 .936 .916 .894   .946 .944   Fielding Percentage
Max/Max Fielding Percentage for a team in Tournament .746
.991
  .797
.965
.787
.974
.855
.973
.883
.989
.859
.983
.746
.989
.831
.958
  .895
.991
- CA57
.894
.988 (Canada)
  Max/Max Fielding Percentage for a team in Tournament
Double Plays 28 173 6 14 13 28 17 12 27   26 30   Double Plays
Max Double Plays for a team in Tournament 6   2 3 4 6 - West 5 3 5   4 0
6 (SE)
  Max Double Plays for a team in Tournament
Triple Plays 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   1 0   Triple Plays
Max Triple Plays for a team in Tournament 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   1 - AP to end the International Championship Game 0   Max Triple Plays for a team in Tournament
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Catchers        

Catchers

Passed Balls 57 356 42 57 45 39 37 32 43   20 41   Passed Balls
Stolen Bases Allowed 172 1169 116 104 112 108 133 148 172   150 126   Stolen Bases Allowed
Min/Max Stolen Bases Allowed by team 1
31
  2
20
2
15
5
20
4
26
5
27
1 - AP (5 games)
31
4
21
  2
30
5
19
  Min/Max Stolen Bases Allowed by team
Caught Stealing 24 189 24 22 22 21 16 20 19   20 25   Caught Stealing
Max Caught Stealing by team 6   5 5 4 6 - West 4 3 6 - LA   4 0
6
  Max Caught Stealing by team
Average Caught Stealing per game (both teams) 1.26 0.97 1.26 1.05 1.05 1.00 0.76 0.87 0.83   0.87 1.09   Average Caught Stealing per game (both teams)
Caught Stealing % .175 0.139 .17 .175 .164 .163 .107 .119 .100   .118 .166   Caught Stealing %
Max Caught Stealing % for a team .600   .600 .600 .364 .600 .250 .500 .500   .444 0.44   Max Caught Stealing % for a team
Pick Offs by catchers 3 13 0 2 0 1 1 3 2   1 3   Pick Offs by catchers
Ave # of Catchers used per team 3.42   1.7 2.18 2.09 2.27 2.45 2.17 3.42   2.75 1.75   Ave # of Catchers used per team
Min/Max # of Catchers used for a team 1
9
  1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
5
1
5
1
9 - LA
  1
5
1
3
  Min/Max # of Catchers used for a team
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Pitching        

Pitching

No Hitters
(Links to Game Changer)
2 5 1
    D57 - Evan Wolfe
    (5 innings - perf game)
0 0 1
   LA - 2 pitchers (5 inn)
0 2
   AP - 4 pitchers (4 inn - perf game - all strikeouts [12])
   AP - 4 pitchers (4 inn)
0   0 1
  AP - 6 pitchers - 7 innings
Game 3.
  No Hitters
(Links to Game Changer)
Total Hits allowed 432 2958 275 308 326 330 285 323 369   432 310   Total Hits allowed
Min/Max Hits allowed by team (all games) 6
58
  18
48
20
38
14
53
22
39
15
36
6 - AP
37
15
50
  19
58
18
38
  Min/Max Hits allowed by team (all games)
Total Runs allowed 297 2226 205 232 245 226 199 272 334   297 216   Total Runs allowed
Min/Max Runs allowed by team (all games) 4
45
  4 - AP
34
12
30
14
36
10
34
10
28
5 - AP
42
17
51
  4 - CA57
45
8
34
  Min/Max Runs allowed by team (all games)
Total Earned Runs allowed 239 1580 131 144 175 157 147 198 224   239 165   Total Earned Runs allowed
Min/Max Earned Runs allowed by team (all games) 3
38
  3 - AP
23
3 - LA
22
9
31
8
20
6
24
5
34
8
38
  3 - CA57
34
6
31
  Min/Max Earned Runs allowed by team (all games)
ERA, all teams in year (ERA based on 7 innings) 3.577
5.678
4.316 3.784 3.613 4.298 4.011 3.577 4.869 5.340   5.678 3.591   ERA, all teams in year (ERA based on 7 innings)
Min/Max ERA for a team (all games) 0.741
17.00
  0.875 - AP
8.944
0.741 - LA
7.000
1.969
11.28
1.867
7.368
1.709
8.262
1.400
17.000
2.049
16.625
  0.808 - CA57
11.120
1.235 (Mex)
10.85
  Min/Max ERA for a team (all games)
Total Walks 172 1220 106 100 136 119 135 148 154   172 150   Total Walks
Min/Max Walks by team (all games)     4
18
5
16
9
17
5
14
4
21
2 - SE
25
6
19
  7
24
5 (Mex)
26
  Min/Max Walks by team (all games)
Total Strike Outs   2924 243 310 331 281 334 320 377   335 393   Total Strike Outs
Min/Max SO by team (all games) 7
66
  7
41
9
51
11
52
13
37
12
66
- East
8
47
12
58
  15
58
14
66 (AP)
  Min/Max SO by team (all games)
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2021
2022 2023 2024

 

Pitching (continued)          
Total Inning Pitched 321.7 2562.7 242.3 279 285 274 287.7 284.7 293.7   294.7 321.67   Total Inning Pitched
Total Batters Faced 1479 12,139 1136 1302 1342 1290 1305 1365 1479   1474 1446   Total Batters Faced
Min/Max Batters Faced by team (all games) 82
193
  91
181
93
152
90
189
93
170
83
184
86
193
87
189
  89
173
82
193
  Min/Max Batters Faced by team (all games)
Average Batters faced per game (both teams) 59.3
64.3
62.25 59.8 62 63.9 61.4 62.1 59.3 64.3   64.1 62.9   Average Batters faced per game (both teams)
Number of pitches 5572 44,699 4037 4594 4992 4699 4812 5079 5514   5572 5400   Number of pitches
Ave Number of pitches per game (both teams) 242
212
229 212 (low) 219 238 224 229 221 240   242 235   Ave Number of pitches per game (both teams)
Total Strikes 3471 27,882 2519 2929 3152 2907 2998 3099 3471   3397 3410   Total Strikes
Total Balls 2175 16,817 1518 1665 1840 1792 1814 1980 2043   2175 1990   Total Balls
% Strikes (all teams) 63.8%
61.0%
62.4% 62.4% 63.8% 63.1% 61.9% 62.3% 61.0% 62.9%   61.0% 63.1%   % Strikes (all teams)
Min/Max % Strikes by team 53.2%
72.7%
  58.2%
70.1%
58.5%
66.7%
57.6%
68.0%
69.8%
64.9%
58.0%
72.7%
53.2%
70.3%
53.7%
70.9%
  56.5%
66.3%
57.2%
69.1%
  Min/Max % Strikes by team
Pitches per inning pitched 18.91 17.44 16.66 16.47 17.52 17.15 16.73 17.84 18.78   18.91 16.79   Pitches per inning pitched
Min/Max Pitches per inning pitched by team (through all of their games) 12.54
24.23
  12.54 - AP
20
14.54
19.32
15.53
20.89
14.67
21.21
13.74
20.61
14.16
26.07
16.03
24.06
  15.56
24.23
14.4
21.5
  Min/Max Pitches per inning pitched by team (through all of their games)
Ave Pitches per batter faced 3.528
3.780
3.682 3.554 3.528 (lowest) 3.72 3.643 3.687 3.721 3.728   3.780 3.734   Ave Pitches per batter faced
Min/Max Pitches per batter faced by team (all of their games) 3.01
4.196
  3.103
3.968
3.010
4.063
3.357
4.094
3.065
4.015
3.01 - EA
4.082
3.268
4.116
3.291
4.028
  3.237
4.196
3.224
4.083
  Min/Max Pitches per batter faced by team (all of their games)
1-2-3 innings 86 586 71 86 67 50 71 65 55   53 68   1-2-3 innings
% of inning are 1-2-3 30.8% 22.8% 29.3% 30.8% 23.5% 18.2% 24.7% 22.8% 18.7%   18.0% 21.1%   % of inning are 1-2-3
# pitchers used (all teams) 57
89
688 57 (10 teams) 63 63 74 86 89 85   84 87   # pitchers used (all teams)
Min/Max # pitchers used by a team, thru all of their games. 4
12
  4
8
4
8
4
9
6
9
6
12
- LA
4
10
4
10
  4
9
4
9
  Min/Max # pitchers used by a team, thru all of their games.
Pick-offs by pitchers (total, all teams) 16 101 9 7 16 13 15 13 8   14 6   Pick-offs by pitchers (total, all teams)
Min/max Pick-offs by pitchers by a team 0
5
  0
4 (east)
0
1
0
5 (Southeast)
0
4 (Canada)
0
2
0
3
0
3
  0
3
0
2
  Min/max Pick-offs by pitchers by a team
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Attendance, Weather, Field Upgrades, etc.        

Pitching

Total attendance     About 36,145 About 37,485 About 40,430 About 34,595 About 30,085 About 55,010. About 49,220.   48,800     Total attendance
Championship Game Attendance     6650 10,000     About 12,000   12,260   7700     Championship Game Attendance
Weather 102F
Max
  Cool, relatively. 88F (31C) was the highest high Hottest so far.  102F (39C) several days.  Low humidity. Cool, relatively.  88F (31C) was the highest high 91F (33C) was the hottest, so quite nice. 101F (38C) midweek.  Humidity came up on Thursday.  Gorgeous (mid 80s) on Saturday and Sunday for Championships. Low 90s (32-33C) most of the week. Sunday was about 100 (38C).  The 2nd game was the hottest, as games were running late.  It cooled down to the high 80s after that, until the final weekend when it was in the 90s.   High 80s, low to mid 90s most of week.  Humidity went up (to 50% or so) mid week.  Beautiful baseball weather for last 2 days. Mild.  Mid 80s at the start then high 70s.  Mid to high 90 last two days.
Great Baseball weather.
Some cool nights.
  Weather
TV Coverage     The Championship game was televised by ESPN2.  See photos of the TV production setup
The same equipment was used as is used for Monday Night Football, etc.
Announcers:  Mark Neely, Chris Burke
The Championship game was televised by ESPN2.
Announcers:  Mark Neely, Eduardo Pérez
The Championship game was televised by ESPN2.
Announcers:  Mark Neely, Dallas Braden
The Championship game was televised by ESPN2.
Announcers: Mark Neely, Chris Burke
US, International Championships televised on ESPN3.
Final game televised on ESPN2
Announcers: Mark Neely, Mike Rooney
US, International Championships televised on ESPN+.
Final Championship Game televised on ESPN2.
This was the first time that a remote studio was used.  All camera feeds were sent to a studio in Orlando via satellite link.
Announcers: Mark Neely, Mike Rooney
All 21 competition games were televised on ESPN+, with the World Championship game broadcast on ESPN2.

Note that ESPN+ is an online subscription service.

The EPSN+ games are available for replay for a short time after the World Series.  Some are available on Youtube.
Announcers: Mark Neely, Mike Rooney

  All 21 competition games were televised on ESPN+, with the World Championship game broadcast on ESPN2.

Note that ESPN+ is an online subscription service.

The EPSN+ games are available for replay for a short time after the World Series.  Some are available on Youtube.

Announcers for final games:  Jonathan Yardley & Mike Rooney

All 21 competition games werw broadcast on ESPN+, including the World Championship game.

Note that ESPN+ is an online subscription service.

The EPSN+ games are available for replay for a short time after the World Series.  Some may be available on Youtube.

Announcers for final game:  Jonathan Yardley @ Wes Clements

All 21 competition games to be broadcast on ESPN+, including the World Championship game.

Note that ESPN+ is an online subscription service.

The EPSN+ games are available for replay for a short time after the World Series.  Some may be available on Youtube.

TV Coverage
Livestream         Link to videos Link to videos Link to videos Link to videos or here No livestream due to all games being broadcase on the ESPN family of networks.   No livestream due to all games being broadcase on the ESPN family of networks. No livestream due to all games being broadcase on the ESPN family of networks. No livestream due to all games being broadcase on the ESPN family of networks. Livestream
Photos     All games were photographed by Bill Nale of eLivermore .com
About 6300 total. Over 1300 photos appear on this website.
Bill Nale of eLivermore .com was the official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2014 World Series.  See Photos Here Bill Nale of eLivermore .com was an official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2015 World Series.  See Photos Here Bill Nale of eLivermore .com was an official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2016 World Series.  See Photos Here Bill Nale of eLivermore .com was the official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2017 World Series.  See Photos Here Bill Nale of eLivermore .com .com was the official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2018 World Series.  See Photos Here Bill Nale of eLivermore .com was the official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2019 World Series.  See Photos Here   Bill Nale of eLivermore .com was the official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2022 World Series.  See Photos Here Bill Nale of eLivermore .com was the official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2023 World Series.  See Photos Here Bill Nale of eLivermore .com will be the official photographer with help from Dick Jones for the 2024 World Series.  See Photos Here Photos
Field Upgrades prior to World Series     Grass infield installed. 2/8/2013
Dirt Mound installed (moveable plywood was previously used)
New two story Press Box installed.  Finished ~7/24/2013
A single small flagpole installed behind the outfield fence.
Yellow plastic pipe put on top of outfield fence.
Photo Boxes built.
New dugouts were built further down the base lines.  6/20/2014
Bark added to outfield area
First year of webcasting.
New scoreboard installed 7/21/2015
World Series sign installed on the back of the pressbox.
New bleachers added on the 3rd base side.
"Babe Ruth" mural had been painted on the back wall of the snack shack.
Six Flagpoles installed beyond the outfield fence to hold the flags of the 6 countries participating.  Prior to this the International flags were on the fences down the 1st and 3rd base lines.
Bleachers installed down the 1st base line.  Electrical building made smaller.
Fence height increased in front of the bleachers.
Additional bark added to beyond the outfield fence.
New Lights were installed on MB1
One additional flag pole was added for the additional team (7/21/2018).
Sun shades were installed for the main bleachers

Links above go to photos

Grass was added in foul territory behind the plate and down the baselines.  Some other portions of grass were replaced at the same time, and the inner portion of the outfield grass was extended slightly.  See Photos Here   Outfield Grass was replaced (in the spring of 2020). See Photos.

Press box and other wood repainted.  Foul poles repainted.

Additional bark added beyond the outfield fence.

New sun shades installed over the 1st and 3rd base side bleachers

Home Plate and Pitcher's mound replaced and realigned.   Field Upgrades prior to World Series
Parade & Opening Ceremonies     Parade down First Street to the plaza in front of the Bankhead Theater.  Monday, July 29, at 6:00pm
Opening Ceremonies after the parade at the plaza.
Tom Seaver threw out the first pitch in Game 4.  He had spoken before the game.
Parade down First Street to the plaza in front of the Bankhead Theater.  Monday, July 28, at 6:00pm
Opening Ceremonies after the parade at the plaza.
Granada HS Cheerleaders participated in the parade and opening.
Parade down First Street to the plaza in front of the Bankhead Theater.  Monday, August 1, at 3:00pm
Opening Ceremonies after the parade at the plaza.
Granada HS Cheerleaders participated in the parade and opening.
No Parade.  Field games were provided for the players at the fields Saturday 7/30 from 12:00 to 4:00.
Opening ceremonies at the fields Saturday 7/30.  Began at 4:40.  Granada HS Cheerleaders participated in the opening ceremonies.
No parade, but there was a team by team entrance to the plaza in front of the Bankhead Theater.
Opening ceremonies in front of the Bankhead Theater.  July 29, 4:00pm
No parade, but there was a team by team entrance to the plaza in front of the Bankhead Theater.
Opening ceremonies in front of the Bankhead Theater.  July 28, 4:00pm
The teams attended a game between the Oakland A's and Texas Rangers, Saturday evening, July 27.

See Photos Here

  Banquet at Hotel. Opening Ceremonies in Downtown Livermore, at Stockman's Park

4:00pm Saturday, July 29

  Parade & Opening Ceremonies
Game Days     Games played Tuesday to Monday July 30 to Aug 5.  Games every day. Games played Tuesday to Monday July 29 to Aug 4.  Games every day. Games played Sunday to Saturday Aug 2 to 8.  Games every day. Games played Sunday to Sunday July 31 to Aug 7.  No games on Friday Games played Sunday to Sunday July 30 to Aug 6.  No games on Friday Games played Sunday to Sunday July 29 to Aug 5.  No games on Friday.  Teams went to an Oakland A's game on Friday evening. Games played Sunday to Sunday July 28 to Aug 4.  No games on Friday.   Games played Sunday to Sunday  July 31 to Aug 7.  No games on Friday. Games played Sunday to Sunday  July 30 to Aug 6.  No games on Friday. Games played Sunday to Sunday  July 28 to Aug 4.  No games on Friday. Game Days
New Rules & Other info

Note that new rules are from Little League International, and not specific to the LLIWS.

              First year of the new cut-off date (August 31 from April 30) for league age.  No player would be over the age of 13 during the World Series starting with 2018.

15 run rule added.

New bat standards.  USABats only allowed. (Note only one home run in 2018)

Extra Inning rule (putting a player on 2nd base at the start of each half inning staring in the 9th inning) first in place.  No games went to the 9th inning in 2019.

If a team starts the game with 11 or fewer players, only 2 total coaches (including the Manager) are allowed on the field (new to 2019).

BBCOR bats allowed starting in 2019.

  On deck batters must be on the same side as their dugouts (rule added  in 2020)

Video Reviews added.  Each team may challenge calls until they have two unsuccessful challenges in a game.  One unsuccessful challenge in extra innings.

Continuous batting order will now be used.

No Special Pinch Runners

Rule allowing only 2 coaches for teams with 11 or fewer  players has been eliminated.

Intentional Walks can now be done without pitches being thrown, but only once per batter in a game.

There are No Significant Rule changes in 2024. New Rules & Other info

Note that new rules are from Little League International, and not specific to the LLIWS.

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Teams Represented, Championship Game        

Teams Represented
Championship Game

Championship Game     Izumisano LL - Osaka, Japan (Asia-Pacific Region) Wins the World Series 10-1 over
Collier Township / Chartiers Valley LL  - Collier Township, PA (East)
Nogales National LL, Nogales, AZ Wins the World Series 11-4 over
Liga de Beisbol Samaritana LL, San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico
West Seoul LL, Seoul, Korea Wins the World Series 10-5
over Recreation Little League, Wellington, Florida.
Central East Maui LL (West) Wins the World Series 5-1
over West Seoul LL (Asia-Pacific)
Radames Lopez Little League
Guayama, Puerto Rico
Wins the World Series 6-5 over
Freehold, New Jersey
West Seoul Little League,
South Korea
Wins the World Series 10-0
vs. Livermore Baseball (Host)
in a full 7 inning game.
McCalla Little League, McCalla, Alabama (Southeast)
Wins the Word Series 9-5 vs. Mexico.
  Danville Little League (host) wins the World Series 5-2 vs. West Seoul Little League (Asia-Pacific) West Seoul LL (Asia-Pacific) wins the World Series 11-4 vs. Keystone LL (SE)   Championship Game
                             
Central Team     Jenison, Michigan Taylor, Michigan Coon Rapids, Minnesota Bedford Indiana Georgetown, Indiana Ankeny, Iowa Georgetown, Indiana   Georgetown, Indiana Taylor, MI   Central Team
CA57 Team     Pleasanton, CA San Ramon, CA Danville, CA Danville, CA Danville, CA Livermore, CA Livermore, CA   Danville, CA San Ramon, CA   CA57 Team
East Team     Collier Township, PA Berlin, Maryland Commack, NY Vineland, New Jersey Freehold, New Jersey Commack, NY Nutley, NJ   Toms River, NJ Toms River, NJ   East Team
Southeast Team     Rutherfordton, North Carolina Barboursville, West Virginia Wellington, Florida Parkland, Florida North Palm Beach, Florida Boynton Beach, FL McCalla, Alabama   Fort Lauderdale, Florida Tampa, FL   Southeast Team
Southwest Team     Houston Texas Midland, Texas Laredo, Texas Houston Texas San Angelo, Texas Midland, TX Roswell, New Mexico   Needville, Texas Gonzales, LA   Southwest Team
West Team     Nogales, Arizona Nogales, AZ Kapaa Kauai, Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii Wailuku, Hawaii San Diego, CA Petaluma, California   Wailuku, Hawaii Pearl City, HI   West Team
                             
Asia-Pacific Team     Osaka, Japan Gyeonggi, South Korea Seoul, South Korea Seoul, South Korea Seoul, South Korea Seoul, South Korea Seoul, South Korea   Seoul, South Korea Seoul, South Korea   Asia-Pacific Team
Australia Team      -  -  -  -  - Perth, Australia Perth, Australia   Wanneroo, Western Australia Brisbane North
Queensland
  Australia Team
Canada Team     Lethbridge, Alberta Surrey, British Columbia Montreal / Chateauguay, Quebec Lethbridge, Alberta Mirabel, Canada Coquitlam /Surrey BC Lethbridge, Alberta   Mirabel, Quebec Vancouver, BC   Canada Team
Europe-Africa      - Brno, Czech Republic Brno, Czech Republic Brno, Czech Republic Paris, France Brno, Czech Republic Brno, Czech Republic   Haarlem, Netherlands Prague, Czech Republic   Europe-Africa
Latin America     Guayquil, Ecuador Willemstad, Curacao St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands Willemstad, Curacao Maracibo Zulia, Venezuela Reynosa, Mexico

Guayama, Puerto Rico

  Willemstad, Curaçao Guaynabo, Puerto Rico   Latin America
Mexico Team      -  -  -  -  -   (See Latin America) Matamoros, Tamaulipas    - Navojoa, Sonora   Mexico Team
Puerto Rico Team     Yabucoa, Puerto Rico San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico Humacao, Puerto Rico Guayama, Puerto Rico Guayama, Puerto Rico Guayama, Puerto Rico  (See Latin America)   Caguas, Puerto Rico  (See Latin America)   Puerto Rico Team
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  Note:  "Total" column includes up through 2023 initially.  It will be updated with 2024 data after the World Series is played.  Length of game averages do not include 2013 as data is not available.  Stats include consolation games.

  For the fractional part of "# of innings", see below:

For Fractional inning:
N (no decimal): Inning ended with final out in the bottom of the inning (Visiting team wins)
N.5: Inning ended with final out in the top of the inning (Home team wins)
N.6: No outs in the bottom of the inning when the winning run scored (Home team wins)
N.7: 1 out in the bottom of the inning when the winning run scored (Home team wins)
N.9:  2 out in the bottom of the inning when the winning run scored (Home team wins)
"winning run" could be home team going up by 1 or more runs in the bottom of the 7th or later inning, or run which causes the 10 run rule (5th or 6th inning) or 15 run rule (4th inning) to take effect.
Following the "winning run", any run that scores in the play does not count unless the ball was hit over the fence as a home run (in which case all runs count assuming they come around and score).

 

 

 

 

 

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