Little League Team Advances to the World Series on a Controversial Call

Northern California might've made out like bandits during yesterday's game vs. Hawaii. The team out of Petaluma, California was up 7-4 heading into the top of the sixth inning when the squad out of Nanakuli, Hawaii went on a rally. Hawaii got within one after an error by N. California's left fielder led to two base runners scoring, but one of Cali's players felt like the last runner didn't touch third on his way to home. So, they appealed, threw to third base and got the call that sent them to the Little League World Series.

The replay ESPN showed wasn't conclusive and it looks like a bang-bang play to us. Do you think the ump got it right?

[via Deadspin]

Tags: little-league-world-series
blog comments powered by Disqus