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Here are some shots from this year's Little League World Series. Focus took on more of a photojournalistic approach with less emphasis on action in this set compared to the norm. Hope you enjoy.
1) Second baseman, Jahli Hendricks with the ups to snag a ball in the opening day of the series.
2) The next two images feature the same play from two different angles. #3 Dominick Clayton for the West barely avoids the tag from catcher, Mason Litz for the Midwest in Game #4.
3) This is the same play as the last shot from the remote camera on top of Lamade Stadium.
4) Breaking up a double play in Game #9 against Australia is Marek Krejcirik for Europe-Africa.
5) An overwrought with emotion John Belisle for the New England Region is comforted by teammate Jayden Struble after their emotional come from behind victory in the sixth inning against the Southeast in Game #12.
6) Clayton Broeder for the Southwest slaps a tag at home on the face of Mid-Atlantic third baseman, Jack Rice in Game #16. Rice suffered a bloodied lip on the play and came out of the game.
7) New England's, Jayden Struble with the stretch at first in Game #20.
8) Over 36,000 fans are in attendance to watch Mo'ne Davis pitch in Game #24 against the West.
9) Second baseman, Ruy Martinez for Mexico captured the hearts of fans with his pint size stature and big league charm.
10) Plus, the little guy can play! Martinez finished the series with a HR and a .462 batting average and proved that he can play ball with the big boys.
11) Mexico catcher, Juan Guarza with the tag at home in Game #25
12) For the first time in history, two inner city teams from Chicago and Philadelphia line up during the national anthem before the start of their contest in Game #26.
13) Taken from atop Lamade Stadium, Hae Chan Choi delivers a pitch in the Championship game against Great Lakes.
14) The World Champions of Little League take Seoul possession of the mound to celebrate their victory.
15) Asia-Pacific continues their world champion celebration with the traditional launching of the coaching staff into air.
16) Mo'Netrick... Despite the team from Philadelphia getting eliminated before the final rounds of play, the 2014 Little League World Series will be forever remembered as the year Mo'ne Davis pitched for the team from Philly and into the hearts of millions of fans. Delivering a 70 MPH fastball, Davis drew record crowds from across the nation. Here, Davis "throws like a girl" in the first inning behind a packed Lamade stadium of over 36,000 fans.