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This is the current page as of 15:17, Thursday, November 23, 2017 (UTC). More information will appear in the coming days.

Scope[edit]

Little League, including the Little League Baseball World Series. Please insert {{WikiProject Baseball|littleleague=yes}} on all talk pages associated with this project.

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Guidelines[edit]

Infobox information[edit]

Annual LLWS articles should use {{Infobox LLWS}}. See the Infobox section on applicable flags as well as standards thereof.

Beginning of annual LLWS articles[edit]

The following text will begin each article:

The (year) Little League World Series was held between (start date) and (end date) in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The (winning team) of (winning team's city) defeated (runner-up) of (runner-up's city) in the championship game of the (ordinal number) Little League World Series.

Trivia[edit]

Any interesting facts about that year's LLWS must be inserted here. An example would be if a future Major League Baseball player participated. jason varitek of the boston redsox participated in the llws

Qualification[edit]

  • The templates {{Infobox LLWSQualifiers}} and {{Infobox LLWSQualifiers-Pre2001}} should be used. See the Infobox section on applicable flags as well as standards thereof.
  • The template {{mainarticle|Qualification for the XXXX Little League World Series}} will be placed above any other text. This rule currently applies to all LLWS tournaments played after 2001.

Winners/Championship Bracket[edit]

Use {{Round4-with third}} for the winners/championship bracket. Enter information as seen on the front page of the LLWS summary located at the website below.

Consolation/Position Bracket[edit]

The same bracket as above must be used, and the information entered in the same manner as above.

Miscellaneous[edit]

The spellings of Taiwanese municiplaities differ between Wikipedia and the LL website. Consult Category:Cities in Taiwan as a starting point to clear up any spelling discrepancies.


Bracket templates[edit]

    • {{Round8-with third}} for all Elimination rounds from 2001 onwards.
    • {{Round4}} for LLWS Elimination rounds played between 1992 and 2000, as well as the following LLWS qualification tournaments
      • Europe, Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, New England, Northwest, Southeast, West
    • {{Round4-with third}} for all Winners/Championship Brackets and Consolation/Position Brackets (1947 to 1991), as well as for the Transatlantic LLWS qualification tournaments
    • {{Semi-2-LLWS}} for the following LLWS qualification tournaments
      • Caribbean, EMEA
    • {{PagePlayoffBracket}} if there is a tie in the pool play standings which results in more than four semifinalists.

Other templates[edit]

Open tasks[edit]

edit·history·watch·refresh Stock post message.svg To-do list for Wikipedia:WikiProject Baseball/Little League task force:

Here are some tasks awaiting attention:
  • Article requests : Historical results of regions involved in Little League play since 1947: Asia, Asia=Pacific, Canada, Caribbean, EMEA (formerly Europe), Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Midwest, Northwest, Pacific, Southeast, Southwest, Transatlantic, West.
    Also would like to see the results for the U.S. regions broken down by state (including Washington, DC).

Members[edit]

Please feel free to add yourself here, and to indicate any areas of particular interest.

  1. JB82 (talk · contribs) former LL player (Challenger Division), founder of Project
  2. Branson03 (talk · contribs)
  3. Bdog9121 (talk · contribs) Creating/Finishing articles on regions

Articles[edit]

Featured content[edit]

Good articles
Did you know? articles


New articles[edit]

Please feel free to list your new Little League-related articles here (newer articles at the top, please). Any new articles that have an interesting or unusual fact in them should be suggested for the Did you know? box the Main Page.

Collaboration and review[edit]

Collaboration of the week
Peer review

Infoboxes[edit]

{{Infobox Little League World Series}}[edit]

This is the basic syntax you need to get a complete infobox on the article page, just place this before any other text and fill in the variables

{{Infobox Little League World Series
|Year=
|Start_date=
|End_date=
|Teams_participating=
|Champion=
|Runnerup=
}}
2006 Little League World Series
Dates August 18
August 28
Teams participating 16
Champion United StatesGeorgia (U.S. state) Northern Little League
Columbus, Georgia
Runner-up Japan Kawaguchi City Little League
Kawaguchi, Saitama, Japan

For the above parameters, here's what you should fill in.

  • Year: The year this particular LLWS was held
  • Start_date: The date pool play began (please wikify)
  • End_date: The date the championship game was played (please wikify)
  • Teams_participated: The number of teams that participated in this LLWS (16 since 2001, 8 from 1948 to 1974 and 1976 to 2000, 4 in 1975, 12 in 1947)
  • Champion: The winner of the championship game, preceded by flag of country
  • Runnerup: The loser of the championship game, preceded by flag of country
    • NB: For US teams, put United States immediately before the state's flag. For Canadian teams, put Canada immediately before the province's flag, except in the brackets; only the Canadian flag should be used.

By completing the infobox as follows, you'll get an infobox like the one to the right.

{{Infobox Little League World Series
|Year=2006
|Start_date=[[August 18]]
|End_date=[[August 28]]
|Teams_participating=16
|Champion={{flagicon|USA}}{{flagicon|Georgia (U.S. state)}} Northern Little League<br />[[Columbus, Georgia]]
|Runnerup={{flagicon|JPN}} Kawaguchi City Little League<br />[[Kawaguchi, Saitama]], [[Japan]]
}}

Qualifiers table[edit]

{| class="wikitable"
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United States International
US1 INT1
US2 INT2
US3 INT3
US4 INT4
US5 INT5
US6 INT6
US7 INT7
US8 INT8

For the above parameters, here is what you should fill in:

  • {{flagicon}} followed by a pipe link and the corresponding country name, or ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code if you prefer. See Wikipedia:WikiProject Flag Template for detailed instructions.
  • The flag will be followed by that team's city, their representative region, and the name of the league. For example, if the team is from Columbus, Georgia and the league is named "Columbus Northern", simply type "Northern".
    • NB: Remember to put breaking spaces in between city, region, and league.
    • NB: A and B are the United States qualifiers, and C and D are the International qualifiers.

Qualifiers table (Pre 2001)[edit]

{| class="wikitable"
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! International
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United States International
Iowa Davenport, IA
Central
East
CanadaOntario Toronto
Canada
High Park
New Hampshire Goffstown, NH
East
Goffstown
Saudi Arabia Dhahran
Europe
Arabian-American
Texas Bellaire, TX
South
Bellaire
Japan Tokyo
Far East
Musashi-Fuchu
Washington (state) Vancouver, WA
West
Hazel Dell
Venezuela Maracaibo
Latin America
Sierra Maestra

For the above parameters, here is what you should fill in:

  • {{flagicon}} followed by a pipe link and the corresponding ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code. See Wikipedia:WikiProject Flag Template for detailed instructions.
  • The flag will be followed by that team's city, their representative region, and the name of the league. For example, if the team is from Columbus, Georgia and the league is named "Columbus National", simply type "National".
    • NB: Remember to put breaking spaces in between city, region, and league.

By completing the infobox as follows, you'll get an infobox like the one above.

{| class="wikitable"
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! United States
! International
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| {{flagicon|Iowa}} [[Davenport, IA]]<br />Central<br />East
| {{flagicon|CAN}}{{flagicon|Ontario}} [[Toronto]]<br />Canada<br />[[High Park]]
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| {{flagicon|New Hampshire}} [[Goffstown, NH]]<br />East<br />Goffstown
| {{flagicon|KSA}} [[Dhahran]]<br />Europe<br />[[Saudi Aramco|Arabian-American]]
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| {{flagicon|Texas}} [[Bellaire, TX]]<br />South<br />Bellaire
| {{flagicon|JPN}} [[Tokyo]]<br />Far East<br />Musashi-Fuchu
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| {{flagicon|Washington}} [[Vancouver, WA]]<br />West<br />Hazel Dell
| {{flagicon|VEN}} [[Maracaibo]]<br />Latin America<br />Sierra Maestra
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Templates[edit]

  • Typing in {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Baseball/Templates/LLMember}} on your user page will give you
  • For a smaller userbox, just type in {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Baseball/Templates/LLUser}} to get


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