How to watch Little League Baseball World Series Regionals on August 6 | channel, stream, preview

Five other regions begin their Little League Baseball World Series tournaments, including the new metro area, with some other elimination games held in the Southeast and Midwest Regionals.

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Hinsdale (Illinois) vs. London (Kentucky)

  • time: 10 a.m. ET
  • where: Central District Headquarters (Whitestown, Indiana)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Hagerstown (India) vs. Grosse Pointe Farms (Michigan)

  • time: 1 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Central District Headquarters (Whitestown, Indiana)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Masabiqua (New York) vs. Toms River (NJ)

  • time: 4 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Fairfield (CT) vs. Cumberland (RI)

  • time: 7 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Sioux Falls (SD) vs. Coon Rapids (Minnesota)

  • time: 1 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Central District Headquarters (Whitestown, Indiana)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Minnesota was in the midst of that in its first game Friday against Fargo (ND). Giving up a 2–0 lead in the second half, Con Rapids allowed three runs in the fourth, and was unable to capitalize on two center-scoring runners, leaving a total of six stranded in the game, eventually falling. The final score is 5-2. Logan Loneseth ended the morning’s relationship with a 2-2 lead on the board.

It was drama high when Sioux Falls took over Webb City (MO) on Friday. With the game tied by one, South Dakota took the lead thanks to three home runs from Evin Edwards at the bottom of fifth to take the lead. However, they gave up four runs, with two naysayers, in the next game, and ended up losing 5-4. Eli Hart had a great start for Sioux Falls, allowing only one two-stroke run in 4.1 innings.

Pittsburgh (Kansas) vs. Kearney (NE)

  • time: 4 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Central District Headquarters (Whitestown, Indiana)
  • Stream: ESPN +

The team from Kansas suffered a poor run that cost them during the tournament’s opening game against Davenport (IA) on Friday. Although Pittsburgh came out 2-0 up, Iowa returned to tie the game, before scoring six games in the fifth inning, and ended up beating Kansas 10-3. Gabe Brown led the Pittsburgh attack with two races, going 2-2 on the plate.

Kearney will be hoping to get more attacking on Saturday, having not hit bowler Kenosha Ben Smit Cooper on Friday. They were still in the thick of things late in the competition. However, they lost eight games in the fifth inning en route to a 9-0 defeat.

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Brattleboro (VAT) vs. Bangor (Minnesota)

  • time: 10 a.m. ET
  • where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Middleborough (Massachusetts) vs Concord (New Hampshire)

  • time: 1 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center (Bristol, Conn.)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Keystone (FL) vs. South Riding (VA)

  • time: 1 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Little League South East Park (Warner Robins, Georgia)
  • Stream: ESPN +

After losing in a heartbreaking fashion in the opening game of the tournament, Keystone bounced back with a big win on Friday against Sylacauga (AL). The Florida team went out of the gates by six runs in the opening inning, and quickly took a 10-0 lead with four more runs a second. Keystone continued casting over the next two rounds en route to winning the Mercy base, final score 17-0. Jackie Frassor and Lee Millamute each took three strokes in the win, with Millamute leading in four runs.

Virginia is close to another close match, but fell to the wrong side of things on Friday against Harris County (GA). Despite scoring five hits, South Riding was only able to score one game in the competition, but nonetheless fell only 2-1. Andrew Coleman drove in Virginia’s only race in the competition.

Taylors (SC) vs Durham (North Carolina)

  • time: 4 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Little League South East Park (Warner Robins, Georgia)
  • Stream: ESPN +

After losing on Thursday, North Carolina received some of its own drama against Bridgeport (WV) on Friday. Durham jumped ahead by four runs in the third inning, highlighted by Homer’s three runs from Owen Jones. West Virginia managed to snag the lead, and ended up trying the game at five in the sixth inning, sending the game into extras. Then, in the bottom of the seven, Jones took his second home run in the afternoon to give Durham a 6-5 win, keeping his season alive. Jones ended up driving in five of the team’s six runs.

Taylors offense wasn’t able to do anything against Nolensville (TN) on Friday. Their team from South Carolina only hit four hits a game. Harrison Ward had a great start, not allowing runs for five innings. However, Tennessee scored three goals at the top of sixth place, and kept Taylors at bay, winning 3-0. If South Carolina is to keep its season alive, it will need to ramp up its attack on Saturday.

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Bend (O) vs. Bonnie Lake (Washington)

  • time: 12 pm Eastern time
  • where: Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, California)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Lewiston (ID) vs. Anchorage (AK)

  • time: 3 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, California)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Peoria (Arizona) vs. Rocklin (NC)

  • time: 7 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, California)
  • Stream: ESPN +

Honolulu (HI) vs. Glendora (S-CA)

  • time: 10:30 p.m. Eastern time
  • where: Houghton Stadium (San Bernardino, California)
  • Stream: ESPN +

For full regional results and timetables, visit LittleLeague.org