Baseball-Reference - Find statistics from 1871 to the present for major league players, teams, and leagues. Complete post-season and managerial data is included as well along with other interesting features including The Baseball Travel Guide where you can find all the baseball close to you from Akron to Yuma.
Small Ball: A Little League Story - With 6400 Little League teams in the U.S. all vying to be one of eight that get to play in the Little League World Series every summer, the chances of finding a team that would go all the way would seem to be slim to none. But filmmakers Louis Alvarez and Andrew Kolker were lucky: the twelve kids from Aptos, California who they started filming in May 2002 turned out to be amazing players who survived four grueling tournaments and found themselves at the Nirvana of youth sports: Williamsport, Pennsylvania, home of the World Series. The story of their journey is the subject of Kolker and Alvarez' feature documentary for public television.
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