The Little League World Series 2010 scores for yesterday’s schedule were revealing. With the Little League World Series 2010 scores on Sunday, the Little League World Series narrowed its schedule a little bit. Three more teams were eliminated from competition early, while a few more got another shot, and others established themselves as tournament favorites. After today’s schedule, the first round of pool play will be over, and the next stage will be in full force. As for yesterday, the Little League World Series 2010 scores sent home a former champion, while propelling two early favorites.
The action started yesterday with Mexico’s Nuevo Laredo team knocking out Germany’s Ramstein Air Base 11-2. Nuevo Laredo advanced to another elimination game today, while the Air Base is playing a consolation match against Plymouth, Minnesota, to start today’s schedule.
The next of the Little League World Series 2010 scores eliminated Toms River, New Jersey. The town could not recapture the magic of 1998, losing a hard fought 3-1 game to Waipahu, Hawaii. Toms Rivers’ consolation game is tomorrow against Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
Thus far, the most hard-luck victim of the Little League World Series 2010 scores is Dhahran, as they lost two games by a combined 31-0. Their second defeat was by 13-0 to Chitre, Panama, on the last game of yesterday’s afternoon schedule.
At night, the first two games between teams that won their first match were played. These Little League World Series 2010 scores made Tokyo and Pearland, Texas, as the field’s first 2-0 squads. Tokyo took care of Manati, Puerto Rico, 7-2, while Pearland took out Fairfield, Conn., in four innings 14-1.
With these results, Tokyo and Pearland move on to the next phase of the schedule, and have more wiggle room in the future. Meanwhile, today’s Little League World Series 2010 scores will put Manati and Fairfield in the elimination stage.
After the consolation match, Vancouver will face Chinese Taipei at 2 p.m., after they both won their opener on Saturday. Manati returns to action against Nuevo Laredo at 4 p.m., and will face Tokyo again in another elimination game if they win. At night, Columbus, Georgia, takes on Hamilton, Ohio, followed by a do-or-die between Auburn, Wash., and Fairfield.
The Little League World Series 2010 scores on today’s schedule will eliminate two more teams, and make two more go to 2-0. With that, those four teams will have the inside track for the next round, while the others have no wiggle room against them. Today’s results will be revealed on ESPN this afternoon, and on ESPN 2 at night.
Little League Baseball- “2010 Little League World Series”
New York Times- “New Jersey Team Eliminated in Little League World Series”
Houston Chronicle- “Pearland tops Connecticut at Little League World Series”