Junior League World Series


Junior League World Series

This a list of Junior League World Series champions for baseball, for boys aged between 13,14 and 15. The tournament is administered by Little League Baseball, Inc. and are held annually at Taylor, Michigan.

Tournament format

The tournament started on 1999, and is a true "World Series" since ten regions send in teams:
* Asia-Pacific
* Canada
* EMEA (Europe/Middle East/Africa)
* Latin America
* Mexico
* United States (USA) Central
* USA East
* USA South
* USA Southwest
* USA West

The ten teams are divided into two pools (USA and Internationals). The two best teams from each pool andvance to the semi-finals. The winners in the semi-finals dispute the championship. All matches are single-elimination games. The losing teams face off in classification games

List of champions

Champions per year

Locations are in the United States unless otherwise specified
* 1981: flagicon|Ohio Boardman, Ohio
* 1982: flagicon|Florida Tampa, Florida
* 1983: flagicon|Puerto Rico Manati, Puerto Rico
* 1984: flagicon|Hawaii Pearl City, Hawaii
* 1985: flagicon|Florida Tampa, Florida
* 1986: flagicon|Maryland Waldorf, Maryland
* 1987: flagicon|California Rowland Heights, California
* 1988: flagicon|Mexico Mexicali, Mexico
* 1989: flagicon|Puerto Rico Manati, Puerto Rico
* 1990: flagicon|Puerto Rico Yabuoca, Puerto Rico
* 1991: flagicon|Texas Spring, Texas
* 1992: flagicon|Arizona Tucson, Arizona
* 1993: flagicon|Puerto Rico Cayey, Puerto Rico
* 1994: flagicon|California Thousand Oaks, California
* 1995: flagicon|Louisiana South Lake Charles, Louisiana
* 1996: flagicon|Texas Spring, Texas
* 1997: flagicon|New Hampshire Salem, New Hampshire
* 1998: flagicon|California Mission Viejo, California
* 1999: flagicon|Puerto Rico Arroyo, Puerto Rico
* 2000: flagicon|Hawaii Aiea, Hawaii
* 2001: flagicon|Hawaii Aiea, Hawaii
* 2002: flagicon|Georgia (U.S. state) Cartersville, Georgia
* 2003: flagicon|California La Mirada, California
* 2004: flagicon|Florida Tampa, Florida
* 2005: flagicon|Panama Panama City, Panama
* 2006: flagicon|Texas El Campo, Texas
* 2007: flagicon|Hawaii Pearl City, Hawaii
* 2008: flagicon|Curacao Willemstad, Curacao

References

* [http://www.littleleague.org/series/history/divisions/jlbbhistory.htm Juniors Baseball World Series official website]


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