The grand-daddy of them all is the Major's division which makes a run to Williamsport Pennsylvania where 12 year old players from all over the world attempt and dream of making a run at the Little League World Series.
This years team to beat is the team from Tri-City Little League which could very well play in the West Regional where they could represent Northern California. I have followed this team for the past few years as well as managed a team that dropped my team in 3.5 innings of play. If you attend the game which I would highly suggest that you do. Be sure to keep an eye out for a player they call the Beast also known as Chase Webb. If you have trouble locating him as most little boys look the same when they are in their uniforms with their hats pulled down, this one you can not miss. Find the coach sized player that is him. He is big, he is strong as well as highly skilled. My prediction is Tri-City is the team to beat.
In 2012 the Tri-City team was written about in the Auburn Journal and here is the story...
WATSONVILLE _ The indomitable Tri-City 11-year-old All Stars put themselves on the path to claim the Little League NorCal Division championship with another dramatic victory in the closing innings of Wednesday night’s game against River Park of Clovis. Click here to continue reading.