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Pony League World Series Records Package Revised - May 2018

General World Series Information Participants By Year 1952 (at Washington, PA) Brockton, MA r Hagerstown, MD Joliet, IL New Castle, PA North Charleston (Cooper River), SC San Antonio, TX* San Bernardino, CA Washington, PA 1953 (at Washington, PA) Abilene, TX Brockton, MA Chicago (Thillens), IL Fairmont, WV* Munhall, PA North Charleston (Cooper River), SC r San Bernardino, CA Warren, OH 1954 (at Washington, PA) Beverly Hills, CA Camden, SC Chicago (Thillens), IL r Greensboro, NC Monongahela, PA* San Antonio, TX Waltham, MA Warren, OH 1955 (at Washington, PA) Chicago (Marquette), IL Greensboro, NC New Brunswick, NJ North Charleston (Cooper River), SC San Antonio (Southside), TX San Bernardino (Pacific), CA Washington, PA* Youngstown (Optimist), OH r 1956 (at Washington, PA) Columbia (Hand), SC Hamtramck, MI r Joliet, IL* New Brunswick, NJ Pittsburgh (Wilkinsburg), PA Salisbury, MD San Antonio (Southside), TX Santa Ana (Sertoma), CA 1957 (at Washington, PA) Donora, PA Fort Wayne (South), IN La Mesa, CA Lufkin, TX* Maywood, IL r Miami, FL Paducah, KY Waltham, MA (54) 1958 (at Washington, PA)

World Series Champions

Key - r Runner Up * Champion

Chicago (Marquette), IL Hamtramck, MI r La Mesa, CA (57) Malden, MA Miami, FL (57)* Monongahela, PA North Pittsburgh, PA San Antonio (Southside), TX 1959 (at Washington, PA) Akron, OH Camden, SC Canonsburg, PA Greene County, PA r Levittown, NY Long Beach, CA* Monterrey, Mexico Springfield (Civic), IL 1960 (at Washington, PA) Columbia (Hand), SC Greensboro, NC Houston (Karl Young), TX New Bedford, MA Oak Park - River Forest, IL* Washington, PA West Covina, CA r Youngstown, OH 1961 (at Washington, PA) Bridgeport (Southside), CT Hamtramck, MI* San Antonio (Southside), TX r West Covina, CA (60) 1962 (at Washington, PA) Greensboro, NC r Houston (Karl Young), TX* Joliet (East Side), IL National City (Nat-Par), CA 1963 (at Washington, PA) Bridgeport, CT Canoga Park (Woodland Hills), CA r Evansville (Petroleum), IN* Marietta (Sally), GA 1964 (at San Diego, CA) Campbell-Moreland, CA* Gadsden, AL r Greensboro, NC Paducah, KY 1965 (at National City, CA) Corpus Christi (South Side), TX Euclid, OH Joliet, IL r Long Beach, CA* 1966 (at Ralston, NE) Denver (American), CO Gadsden, AL r

Greensboro, NC* Lakewood, CA 1967 (at Springfield, IL) Chula Vista (South), CA* New Bedford, MA St. Clair Shores, MI Tulsa (American), OK r 1968 (at Washington, PA) Caracas, Venezuela Covina, CA r Greensboro, NC* Houston (Kyle Chapman), TX Maui (Kahului), HI Monongahela, PA St. Clair Shores, MI Victoria (Carnarvon), British Columbia, Canada 1969 (at Washington, PA) Aiken, SC Arcadia, CA r Caracas, Venezuela Gadsden, AL Honolulu (PAL), HI* North Pittsburgh, PA Victoria (Carnarvon), British Columbia, Canada Wilmette, IL 1970 (at Washington, PA) Buena Park, CA* Caracas, Venezuela Cayce/West Columbia/ Lexington, SC r Honolulu (PAL), HI Marietta, GA Monessen, PA Oak Park-River Forest, IL Richmond, British Columbia, Canada 1971 (at Washington, PA) Catano, PR Denver (American), CO r Euclid, OH Honolulu (PAL), HI Mexico City (Maya), Mexico Monongahela, PA Orange, CA* Pecos, TX 1972 (at Washington, PA) Carolina (Villa Fontana), PR Honolulu (PAL), HI r Lakewood (Heartwell), CA Newport News (Warwick), VA Monterrey, Mexico* Vera Cruz, Mexico Washington, PA 1973 (at Washington, PA) Carolina (Villa Fontana), PR

Euclid, OH Ft. Worth (West Side Lions), TX r Honolulu (PAL), HI Joliet (Ingalls Park), IL Santa Clara, CA* Washington, PA Yucatan, Mexico

1952 San Antonio, TX at Washington, PA 1953 Fairmont, WV at Washington, PA 1954 Monongahela, PA at Washington, PA 1955 Washington, PA at Washington, PA 1956 Joliet, IL at Washington, PA 1957 Lufkin, TX at Washington, PA 1958 Miami, FL at Washington, PA 1959 Long Beach, CA at Washington, PA 1960 Oak Park-River Forest, IL at Washington, PA 1961 Hamtramck, MI at Washington, PA 1974 (at Springfield, IL) 1962 Houston (Karl Young), TX at Washington, PA Charlotte (Northeast 1963 Evansville (Petroleum), IN at Washington, PA Mecklenburg), NC 1964 Campbell-Moreland, CA at San Diego, CA Kankakee, IL 1965 Long Beach, CA at National City, CA Lafayette, LA 1966 Greensboro, NC at Ralston, NE Maui (Kahului), HI 1967 Chula Vista (South), CA at Springfield, IL Rio Piedras, PR 1968 Greensboro, NC at Washington, PA Springfield, IL 1969 Honolulu (PAL), HI at Washington, PA West Covina, CA* 1970 Buena Park, CA at Washington, PA Yucatan, Mexico r 1971 Orange, CA at Washington, PA 1972 Monterey, Mexico at Washington, PA 1975 (at Springfield, IL) Cayce-West Columbia, SC r 1973 Santa Clara, CA at Washington, PA 1974 West Covina, CA at Springfield, IL Covina, CA* 1975 Covina, CA at Springfield, IL Decatur (Ted Williams), IL Tampa (South Palomino), FL 1976 Tampa (North Palomino), FL at Washington, PA 1977 New Bedford, MA at Pasadena, TX Vera Cruz, Mexico 1978 Campbell-Moreland, CA at National City, CA Wilmette, IL 1979 Campbell-Moreland, CA at Davenport, IA 1980 Maui (Kahului), HI at Davenport, IA 1976 (at Washington, PA) 1981 West Covina, CA at Washington, PA Joliet (Ingalls Park), IL 1982 West Covina, CA at Washington, PA Linthicum-Ferndale, MD Mexico City (Maya), Mexico 1983 Santa Susana, CA at Kennewick, WA 1984 Caguas, PR at Washington, PA Monongahela, PA r 1985 Marietta (East Cobb), GA at Washington, PA Sylmar (Independent), CA 1986 Valencia (Wm. S. Hart), CA at Washington, PA Tampa (North Palomino), 1987 Caguas (Villa Nueva), PR at Washington, PA FL* 1988 Seoul, South Korea at Washington, PA 1989 Seoul, South Korea at Washington, PA 1977 (at Pasadena, TX) 1990 Seoul, South Korea at Washington, PA Lake Worth, FL r 1991 San Juan (Bucapla), PR at Washington, PA National City, CA 1992 Bourbonnais, IL at Washington, PA New Bedford (Moose), MA* 1993 Joliet (St. Joe’s), IL at Washington, PA Pasadena (National), TX 1994 Tai-Tong Taiwan at Washington, PA West Davenport, IA 1995 Bayamon, PR at Washington, PA 1996 Tai-Nan, Taiwan at Washington, PA 1978 (at National City, CA) 1997 Danville, CA at Washington, PA Campbell-Moreland, CA* 1998 Tai-Tung, Taiwan at Washington, PA Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 1999 Covina, CA at Washington, PA Honolulu (PAL), HI) 2000 Taipei, Taiwan at Washington, PA Joliet (St. Joseph), IL r 2001 Ponce, PR at Washington, PA National City, CA 2002 Norwalk, CA at Washington, PA North Tampa, FL 2003 Lakewood (Heartwell), CA at Washington, PA 2004 Marietta (East Cobb), GA at Washington, PA 1979 (at Davenport, IA) 2005 Tai-Chung, Taiwan at Washington, PA Brooklyn (Gil Hodges), NY 2006 Caguas (Villa Blanca), PR at Washington, PA Caguas, PR 2007 Trujillo Alto, PR (at Washington, PA) Campbell-Moreland, CA* 2008 Long Beach, CA (at Washington, PA) Garden City, MI 2009 Taipei, Taiwan at Washington, PA Houston (Kyle Chapman), 2010 Chesterfield VA at Washington PA TX r 2011 Laredo, TX at Washington, PA Maui (Kahului), HI 2012 Long Beach, CA at Washington, PA Mexico City (Independent 2013 Okinawa, Japan at Washington, PA A.C.), Mexico 2014 Hilo, HI at Washington, PA West Davenport, IA 2015 Taoyuan County, Chinese Taipei at Washington, PA 2016 Taipei County, Chinese Taipei at Washington, PA Continued... 2017 Covina, CA at Washington, PA


Participants By Year Cont. 1980 (at Davenport, IA) Caguas, PR Greensboro, NC r Maui (Kahului), HI* Mexico Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL St. Clair Shores, MI West Covina, CA West Davenport, IA 1981 (at Washington, PA) Grafton (York), VA Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL r Monongahela, PA Oak Park-River Forest, IL Washington, PA West Covina, CA* 1982 (at Washington, PA) Bethel Park, PA Del City, OK Hagerstown, MD Oak Park-River Forest, IL Washington, PA r West Covina, CA* 1983 (at Kennewick, WA) Bay City, MI Caguas, PR Greensboro,NC Houston (Kyle Chapman), TX r Kennewick, WA Maui (Kahului), HI Santa Susana, CA* Spokane, WA 1984 (at Washington, PA) Caguas, Puerto Rico* Campbell-Moreland, CA Hagerstown, MD Maui (Kahului), HI) Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL r Mon-Yough, PA Oak Park-River Forest, IL Washington, PA 1985 (at Washington, PA) Caguas, PR Honolulu (PAL), HI La Mesa, CA Lynnhaven, VA Marietta (East Cobb), GA* Monongahela, PA Oak Park-River Forest, IL Washington, PA r 1986 (at Washington, PA) Caguas, PR Edogawa, Japan r Hagerstown, MD Midwest City, OK Mt. Zion, IL Pittsburgh (Mt. Lebanon), PA Santa Clarita (Wm. S. Hart), CA* Washington, PA 1987 (at Washington, PA) Caguas (Villa Nueva), PR* Evansville, IN Greensboro, NC Hilo, HI Houston (South Belt), TX r Lakewood (Heartwell), CA (72) Vesta, PA Washington, PA 1988 (at Washington, PA) Caguas (Villa Nueva), PR Chambersburg, PA

East Davenport, IA LaMesa, CA r Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Seoul, South Korea* Washington, PA 1989 (at Washington, PA) Austin (Town and Country), TX Chicago (Orland Park), IL Encino, CA (89) r Hagerstown, MD Humacao, PR Ingomar, PA Seoul, South Korea* Washington, PA 1990 (at Washington, PA) Hagerstown, MD Lakewood, CA Levittown, PR Pasadena, TX Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Seoul, South Korea* Washington, PA West Davenport, IA 1991 (at Washington, PA) Brooklyn (St. Francis Cabrini), NY Fountain Valley, CA r Hialeah, FL Oak Park, IL Pittsburgh(N. Allegheny), PA San Juan (Bucapla), PR* Seoul, South Korea Washington, PA 1992 (at Washington, PA) Bayamon (Riverview), PR Bourbonnais (BradleyBourbonnais), IL* Morgantown, WV Pasadena, TX r Tokyo, Japan Virginia Beach (Lynnhaven), VA Walnut, CA Washington, PA 1993 (at Washington, PA) Bayamon, PR r Chambersburg, PA Joliet (St. Joe’s), IL* Mililani, HI Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Tampa (Forest Hills), FL Valencia (Wm. S. Hart), CA Washington, PA 1994 (at Washington, PA) Caguas, PR r Chambersburg, PA Corona, CA Evansville, IN Pasadena, TX Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Tai-Tung, Taiwan* Washington, PA 1995 (at Washington, PA) Bayamon (Hato Tejas), PR* Hagerstown, MD r Joliet (St. Josephs), IL Marietta (East Cobb), GA Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Tai-Chung, Taiwan Washington, PA Whittier, CA

1996 (at Washington, PA) Anaheim (East Hills), CA Bayamon (Hato Tejas), PR Evansville, IN r Mesquite, TX Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Richmond (Chesterfield), VA Tai-Nan, Taiwan* Washington, PA 1997 (at Washington, PA) Carolina (Manuel Ruiz), PR Danville, CA* Evansville (Rural), IN Garland, TX Hamilton, OH r Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Seoul, South Korea Washington, PA 1998 (at Washington, PA) Bay City, MI Hagerstown, MD Moon Township, PA Pasadena, TX South San Diego, CA Tai-Tong, Taiwan* Washington, PA r 1999 (at Washington, PA) Caguas, PR Covina, CA* Evansville, IN Marietta (East Cobb), GA Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Richmond (Chesterfield Co.), VA Tai-Tung, Taiwan r Washington, PA 2000 (at Washington, PA) Bayamon, PR Chatham, IL Garland, TX Hagerstown, MD Plum Borough, PA Taipei, Taiwan * Washington, PA West Covina, CA r 2001 (at Washington, PA) Canonsburg, PA Garland, TX Los Alamitos, CA Lockport (Homer Athletic Club), IL Ponce, PR* Richmond (Chesterfield Co.), VA r Tai-Chung, Taiwan Washington, PA 2002 (at Washington, PA) Davenport, IA Hagerstown, MD Levittown, PR r Mon-Yough, PA Norwalk, CA* Port Neches, TX Washington, PA Yaeyama-Okinawa, Japan 2003 (at Washington, PA) Chambersburg, PA Davenport, IA Houston (Kyle-Chapman), CA Humacao, PR r Lakewood (Heartwell), CA * New York (FNHA), NY Pittsburgh (North Allegheny), PA Washington, PA

2004 (at Washington, PA) Caguas, PR Chesapeake (Greenbrier), VA Evansville, IN Gino One-Shi-Okinawa, Japan Marietta (East Cobb), GA* Mililani, HI r Pittsburgh (Plum Boro), PA Washington, PA

Youngstown, OH Santo Domingo City, DR Long Beach, CA Chinese Taipei r Cranberry Twp, PA Washington, PA Lafayette, IN Laredo, TX* New Bedford, MA

2005 (at Washington, PA) Caguas, PR Chesapeake (Western Branch), VA Corpus Christi, TX Evansville, IN Johnstown, PA San Diego (Tecolote), CA r Tai-Chung, Taiwan* Washington, PA

2012 (at Washington, PA) Bay City, MI Johnstown, PA Caguas, Puerto Rico New Bedford, MA Chinese Taipei, Taiwan r Paderbom, Germany Washington, PA Long Beach, CA* Guasave, Sinaloa, MX Laredo, TX

2006 (at Washington, PA) Bay City, MI Brownsville, TX Caguas (Villa Blanca), PR * Hopwood, PA Rockingham, NC Simi Valley, CA r Tokyo (West Tokyo), Japan Washington, PA 2007 (at Washington, PA) Johnstown, PA Kingwood, TX Long Beach, CA r Midlothian (Chesterfield County), VA Mt. Pleasant, MI Taichung, Taiwan Trujillo Alto, PR * Washington, PA 2008 (at Washington, PA) Davenport (East), IA Gurabo, PR Hagerstown, MD Johnstown, PA Long Beach, CA * Miami (Tamiami), FL Taichung, Taiwan r Washington, PA 2009 (at Washington,PA) Levittown (Toa Baja) PR New Bedford, MA Mon-Yough Pony Irwin, PA Bay County, Bay City, MI Saltillo Coahuila, Mexico Johnstown, PA Tamiami, Miami, FL TaiTung, Taiwan * Victoria (Riverside, CA r) Washington, PA 2010 (at Washington, PA) Midlothian (Chesterfield Co.), VA* Corona, CA Washington, PA Castroville, TX Hermosillo (Sonora), Mexico Johnstown, PA Irwin, PA Bay City, MI Bayamon, PR West Tokyo, Japan r 2011 (at Washington, PA) Culiacan, Sinaloa MX

2013 (at Washington, PA) Brownsville, TX Bayamon, Santa Juanita, PR Bay Country (Red), MI Mon-Yough, PA Chesterfield, VA Los Mochis, Sinaloa, MX r Paderborn, Germany Washington, PA Hilo, HI Okinawa, Japan* 2014 ( at Washington, PA) Bay City, MI Corpus Christi, TX Hilo, HI* Johnstown, PA Los Mochis, Sinaloa, MX North Chesterfield, VA Brno, Czech Republic Taoyuan County, Chinese Taipei r Toa Baja, Puerto Rico Washington, PA 2015 (at Washington, PA) Bay County, MI Hagerstown, MD Johnstown, PA Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Mazatlan, Sinaloa, MX NASA-Houston, TX San Bernardino, CAr Taoyuan County, Chinese Taipei * Vienna, Austria Washington, PA 2016 (at Washington, PA) Bay County, MI Chesterfield, VA Johnstown, PA Peters Township, PA Los Mochis, Sinaloa, MX Laredo, TX Paderborn, Germany Washington County, PA Maui, HI r Taipei County, Chinese Taipei * 2017 (at Washington, PA) Bay County, MI Brownsville, TX Covina, CA * Guasave, Mexico Hagerstown, MD Levittown, Puerto Rico The Netherlands Seoul, Korea r Washington County, PA Youngstown, OH


Entrants By State/Country Key - r Runner Up * Champion ALABAMA Gadsden (1964, 1966, 1969)

1995, 1999 2004*) Marietta (Sally) (1963)

CALIFORNIA Anaheim (East Hills), CA (1996) Arcadia (1969r) Beverly Hills (1954) Buena Park (1970*) Campbell-Moreland (1964*, 1978*, 1979*, 1984) Canoga Park (Woodland Hills) (1963) Chula Vista (South) (1967*) Covina (1968r, 1975*, 1999*, 2017*) Corona (2010) Danville (1997*) Encino (1989r) Fountain Valley (1991r) Lakewood (Heartwell) (1966, 1972, 1987, 1990r, 2003*) LaMesa (1957-58, 1985, 1988r) Long Beach (1959*, 1965*, 2007, 2008*, 2011-12*) Los Alamitos (2001) National City (1962, 1977-78) Norwalk (2002*) Orange (1971*) San Bernardino (1952-53, 1955, 2015r) San Diego (Tecolote) (2005r) Santa Ana (Sertoma) (1956) Santa Clara (1973*) Santa Susana (1983*) Simi Valley (2006r) South San Diego (1998) Sylmar (Independent) (1976) Walnut (1992) West Covina (1960r, 1961, 1974*, 1980, 1981*, 1982*, 2000r) Whittier (1995) Valencia (Wm. S. Hart) (1986*, 1993) Victoria ( Riverside) (2009r)

HAWAII Hilo (1987, 2013, 2014*) Honolulu (Police Athletic League) (1969*, 1970, 1971r, 1972-73, 1978, 1985) Maui (Kahului) (1968, 1974, 1979, 1980*, 1983-84, 2016 r) Mililani (1993, 2004r)

COLORADO Denver (American) (1966, 1971r) CONNECTICUT Bridgeport (1961, 1963) FLORIDA Hialeah (1991) Lake Worth (1977r) Miami (1957, 1958*) Miami (Carlos Pascual) (1980, 1981r, 1984r, 1988) Miami (Tamiami) (2008, 2009) Tampa (North) (1978) Tampa (North Palomino) (1976*) Tampa (South Palomino) (1975) Tampa (Forest Hills) GEORGIA Marietta (1970) Marietta (East Cobb) (1985*,

ILLINOIS Bourbonnais (Bradley-Bournbonnais) (1992*) Chatham (2000) Chicago (Marquette) (1955, 1958) Chicago (Tillens) (1953, 1954r) Decatur (Ted Williams) (1975) Joliet (1952, 1956*, 1965) Joliet (East Side) (1962) Joliet (Ingalls Park) (1973, 1976) Joliet (St. Joseph) (1978r, 1993*, 1995) Kankakee (1974) Lockport (Homer Athletic Club) (2001) Maywood (1957r) Mt. Zion (1986) Oak Park-River Forest (1960*, 1970, 1981-82, 1984-85, 1991) Springfield (1959, 1974) Wilmette (1969, 1975) INDIANA Evansville (Rural) (1987, 1994, 1996r, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005) Evansville (Petroleum) (1963*) Fort Wayne (South) (1957) Lafayette (2011) IOWA West Davenport (1977, 1979-80, 1990, 2003) East Davenport (1988, 2002, 2008) KENTUCKY Paducah (1957, 1964) LOUISIANA Lafayette (1974) MARYLAND Hagerstown (1952, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1989-90, 1995r, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2008, 2015, 2017) Linthicum-Ferndale (1976) Salisbury (1956) MASSACHUSETTS Brockton (1952r, 1953) Malden (1958) New Bedford (1960, 1967, 1977*, 2009, 2011-12) Waltham (1954, 1957)

Team Numbers Ten-team World Series: 2009-2017 Eight-team World Series: 1952-1960, 1968-1974, 1979-1980, 1983-2008 Six-team World Series: 1975-1978, 1981-1982 Five-team World Series: 1977 Four-team World Series: 1961-1967

MICHIGAN Bay City (1983, 1998, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2012) Garden City (1979) Hamtramck (1956r, 1958r, 1961*) Mt. Pleasant (2007) St. Clair Shores (1967-68, 1980) Bay County (2013-17) NEW JERSEY New Brunswick (1955-56) NEW YORK Brooklyn (Gil Hodges) (1979) Brooklyn (St Francis Cabrini) (1991) Levittown (1959) New York (FNHA) (2003) NORTH CAROLINA Greensboro (1954-55, 1960, 1962r, 1964, 1966*, 1968*, 1980r, 1983) Charlotte (North Mecklenburg) (1974) Rockingham (2006) OHIO Akron (1959) Euclid (1965, 1971, 1973) Hamilton (1997r) Warren (1953-54) Youngstown (1955r, 1960, 2011, 2017) OKLAHOMA Del City (1982) Midwest City (1986) Tulsa (American) (1967r) PENNSYLVANIA Bethel Park (1982) Canonsburg (1959, 2001) Chambersburg (1988, 1993, 1994r, 2003) Cranberry Township (2011) Donora (1957) Hopwood (2006) Irwin (2010) Greene County (1959r) Johnstown (2005, 2007- 10, 2012,2014, 2015, 2016) Monessen (1970) Monongahela (1954*, 1958, 1968, 1971, 1976r, 1981, 1985) Mon-Yough (1984, 2002, 2009, 2013) Moon Township (1998) New Castle (1952) Peters Township (2016) Pittsburgh (Ingomar) (1989) Pittsburgh (Mt. Lebanon) (1986) Pittsburgh (North Allegheny) (1988, 1990-91, 1993-97, 1999, 2003) Pittsburgh (Munhall) (1953) Pittsburgh (North) (1958, 1969) Pittsburgh (Wilkinsburg) (1956) Pittsburgh (Plum Borough) (2000, 2004) Vesta Youth (1987) Washington (1952, 1955*, 1960, 1972-73, 1981, 1982r, 1984,

1985r, 1986-97, 1998r, 19992015) Washington County (2016-17) SOUTH CAROLINA Aiken (1969) Camden (1954, 1959) Cayce/West Columbia/Lexington (1970r, 1975r) Columbia (Hand) (1956, 1960) North Charleston (Cooper River) (1952-53, 1955) TEXAS Abilene (1953) Austin (T&CO) (1989) Brownsville (2006, 2013, 2017) Castroville (2010) Corpus Christi (West Side) (1965, 2005,2014) Fort Worth (West Side Lions) (1973r) Garland (1997, 2000-01) Houston (Karl Young) (1960, 1962*) Houston (Kyle Chapman) (1968, 1979r, 1983, 2003) Houston (NASA) (2015) Houston (South Belt) (1987r) Kingwood (2007) Laredo, TX (2011*, 2012, 2016) Lufkin (1957*) Mesquite (1996) Pasadena (National) (1977) Pasadena (1990, 1992r, 1994, 1998) Pecos (1971) Port Neches (2002) San Antonio (South Side) (1952*, 1954-56, 1958, 1961r) VIRGINIA Chesapeake (Western Branch) (2004-05) Chesterfield (2013, 2014, 2016) Grafton (York Co.) (1981) Midlothian (Chesterfield Co. (2007, 2010*) Newport News (Warwick) (1972) Richmond (Chesterfield Co.) (1996, 1999, 2001r) Virginia Beach(Lynnhaven) (1985, 1992) WASHINGTON Kennewick (1983) Spokane (1983) WEST VIRGINIA Fairmont (1953*) Morgantown (1992)

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Santo Domingo (2011) GERMANY Paderborn (2012, 2013, 2016) JAPAN Edogawa (1986r) Gino One-Shi-Okinawa (2004) Okinawa (2013*) Tokyo (1992) Tokyo (West Tokyo) (2006, 2010 r) Yaeyama-Okinawa (2002) MEXICO Culiacan, Sinaloa (2011) Guasave, Sinaloa (2012, 2017) Hermosillo (Sonora) (2010) Los Mochis, Sinaloa (2013 r, 2014, 2016) Mazatlan, Sinaloa (2015) Mexico (1980) Mexico City (Independent A.C.) (1979) Mexico City (Maya) (1971, 1976) Monterrey (1959, 1972*) Vera Cruz (1972, 1975) Yucatan (1973, 1974r) Saltillo (2009) PUERTO RICO Bayamon (Hato Tejas) (1995*, 1996) Bayamon(Riverview) (1992, 1993r, 2010) Bayamon (Santa Elena) (2000) Bayamon (Santa Juanita) (2013) Caguas (Villa Blanca) (1979-80, 1983, 1984*, 1985-86, 1987*, 1988, 1999, 2004-06, 2012) Carolina (Villa Fontana) (1972-73) Carolina (Manuel Ruiz) (1997-98) Catano (1971) Guaynabo (1978) Gurabo (2008) Humacao (1989, 2003) Levittown (1990, 2002r, 2009, 2014, 2017) Mayaguez (2015) Ponce (2001*) Rio Piedras (1974) San Juan(Bucapla) (1991*) Toa Baja Trujillo Alto (2007*) SOUTH KOREA Seoul (1988*, 1989*, 1990*, 1991, 1997, 2017 r)

CANADA Victoria (Carnarvon) British Columbia (1968-69) Richmond, British Columbia (1970)

TAIWAN (Chinese Taipei) Tai-Tong (1994*, 1998*, 1999, 2009*) Tai Chung (1995, 2001, 2005*, 2007, 2008 r) San Hua (1996*) Tainan City (2000) Taipei County (2011 r, 2016*) Taoyuan County (2012 r, 2014 r, 2015*)

CZECH REPUBLIC Brno (2014)

VENEZUELA Caracas (1968-70)

AUSTRIA Vienna (2015)


Batting Records Individual Performances

Team Performances

Grand Slam Home Runs In Series

Ernie Gonzales, San Bernardino, CA (1953) Arnold Smith, North Charleston, SC (1953) Robert Burns, West Covina, CA (1960) .800 Jim Christopher, Orange, CA (1971) .800 Bruce Newman, Houston (Kyle-Chapman), TX (1979) Tomas Martinez, Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL (1981) Dana Mendoza, Maui HI (1984) Cale Gundy, Midwest City, OK (1986) 14 Rick Forshee, Evansville, IN (1987) 14 Todd Schoenbachler, Evansville, IN (1987) Ryan Long, Houston (South Belt), TX (1987) Rudy Lopez, Hialeah, FL (1991) 6 Chris Ponchak, Fountain Valley, CA (1991) Patrick Sadler, Washington, PA (1997) Gabriel DeGracia, Caguas, PR (1998) Yang Yao-Hua, Tai-Tung, Chinese-Taipei (1999) 9 Lin Kun Sheng, Tai-Chung, Taiwan (2001) 9 Blake Buchanan, Port Neches, TX (2002) 9 Cody Mire, Port Neches, TX (2002) Manuel Garcia, Levittown, PR (2002) Juan lopez, Levittown, PR (2002) 13 Eddie Murray, Norwalk, CT (2002) Christian Saez, Humacao, PR (2003)

Highest Batting Average In Series Eric Carlisle, Pasadena, TX (1990) Jay Woolfolk, Chesterfield, VA (2016)

Most Hits In Series Yu Chuan Wang, Chinese Taipei (2012) Javier Lopez, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico (2013)

Most Hits In Game Manuel Muniz, Caguas, PR (1984)

Most Hits In Game Manuel Muniz, Caguas, PR (1984) Jean Carlos Rodriguez, NY, NY (2003) Yu Chuan Wang, Chinese Taipei (2012)

RBIs During Series Vimael Machin, Guabo, PR (2008)

RBIs During Single Game Jordan Long, Chesapeake, VA (2005) Paul Martinez, Riverside, CA (2009)

8 8

Miguel Pagan, Caguas, PR (2005) Christian Yelich, Simi Valley, CA (2006) Brett Harper, Long Beach, CA (2008) Ryan Hall, Chesterfield, VA (2010)

5 5 5 5

Runs In Series Mario Feliciano, Bayamon, PR (2013)

19

Humacao, PR (2003) 60

2 2 2

Home Runs In Game

2 2

Combined Home Runs In Game

Humacao, PR (2003) 6 Covina, CA (1999) 6 Levitown, PR (2014) 6 Bridgeport, CT (5), Canoga Park, CA (4) (1963)

9

Home Runs In An Inning

Home Runs In Game 3 3 3 3 3 3

Consecutive Home Runs In Game 4

Consecutive Home Runs In Game Levittown, Toa Baja, PR vs Corpus Christi, TX (2014) Hermes Colon, Levittown, PR 2nd, 3rd & 4th New York, NY vs Humacao, PR (2003) Rolando Torres, New York, NY 5th & 6th Jean Rodriguez, New York, NY 5th & 6th Xavier Serrano, Bayamon, PR 5th & 6th Taipei County, CT vs Chesterfield, VA (2016) Lin, Chen Hsun, Taipei County, CT 3rd & 5th

Houston (Kyle Chapman), TX (1979)

Humacao, PR (2003) 60

Javier Lopez, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico (2013) 6 Lin, Chen Hsun, Taipei County, Chinese Taipei (2016) 6

Jean Rodriguez, New York, NY (2003)

32

Most Runs In Inning

Home Runs In Series

Home Runs In Series

James Hovorka, Maywood, IL (1957) Joe Galatie, Bridgeport, CT (1963) Chuck Tiffany, Covina, CA (1999) Jean Rodriguez, New York, NY (2003) Frank Molina, Humacao, PR (2003) Hermes Colon, Levitown, PR (2014)

Caguas, PR (23), Maui, HI (9) (1984)

4

Home Runs In An Inning Jordan Long, Chesapeake, VA (2005) Oswaldo Sanchez, Caguas, PR (1984)

1952 - 8 1953 - 17 1954 - 18 1955 - 26 1956 - 22 1957 - 24 1958 - 21 1959 - 18 1960 - 18 1961 - 2 1962 - 7 1963 - 12 1964 - 5 1965 - 5 1966 - 5 1967 - 6 1968 - 18 1969 - 20 1970 - 13 1971 - 20 1972 - 12 1973 - 12

Most Runs In Series

Triples In Series Peter Zeck, Fairmont, WV (1953) Cesar Odando, Trujillo Alto, PR (2007) Ryan Hall, Chesterfield, VA (2010)

Series Total Home Runs

Covina, CA (1968) 26

12

Doubles In Game Josh Morgan, Corona, CA (2010)

Runs In Game Total Combined Runs In Game

Runs In Game

3

Jonathan Rodriguez, Caguas, PR (2004) Nathan Sansing, Evansville, IN (2004) Alex Sherrod, Marietta (East Cobb), GA (2004) Jordan Long, Chesapeake, VA (2005) Brando Tessar, Simi Valley (2006) Chen Hung YI, Taichung, Taiwan (2007) Vimael Machin, Gurabo, PR (2008) Dom Francia Mon-Yough, PA (2009) Christ Mourelle, Tamiami, FL (2009) Michael Flanagan, Chesterfield, VA (2010) Cesar Salazar, Hermosillo, Mexico (2010) Jonathan Groff, Medina Valley, TX (2010) Danny Rojas, Santo Domingo, DR (2011) Jacob Hughey, Long Beach, CA (2012) Yi Kun Chu, Chinese Taipei (2012) Chia Lung Lai, Chinese Taipei (2012) Skylar Manczak, Bay Country, MI (2013) Jorge Matos, Bayamon, PR (2013) Kristopher Gonzalez, Bayamon, PR (2013) Erick Rivera, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico (2015) Dylan Gonzalez, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico (2015) Chan Lee Woong, Seoul, Korea (2017) Chris Munoz, Covina, CA (2017)

San Bernardino, CA (1955) 3 Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL (1981) 3 Washington, PA (1982) 3 Caguas, PR (1984) 3 Maui, HI (1984) 3 Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL (1984) 3 Midwest City, OK (1986) 3 Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL (1988) 3 La Mesa, CA (1988) 3 Covina, CA (1999) 3 Humacao, PR (2003) 3 Riverside, CA (2009) 3 Levitown, PR (2014) 3

Most Hits In Game Caguas, PR (1984) 22

Most Hits In Series

2 2 2

Grand Slam Home Runs In Series

2

2002 5

Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico (2013)

71

1974 - 5 1975 - 15 1976 - 6 1977 - 3 1978 - 3 1979 - 27 1980 - 27 1981 - 27 1982 - 19 1983 - 7 1984 - 27 1985 - 26 1986 - 28 1987 - 21 1988 - 36 1989 - 41 1990 - 36 1991 - 16 1992 - 12 1993 - 14 1994 - 19 1995 - 19

1996 - 14 1997 - 27 1998 - 19 1999 - 40 2000 - 23 2001 - 22 2002 - 29 2003 - 39 2004 - 24 2005 - 11 2006 - 14 2007 - 23 2008 - 23 2009 - 32 2010 - 3 2011 - 20 2012 - 25 2013 - 47 2014 - 26 2015 - 27 2016 - 41 2017 - 31

Base Running

Stolen Bases In Game

Oak Park, IL (1981)

14

Stolen Bases In Series

Eric Amen, Oak Park, IL (1981)

11

Individual SB In Game

Billie Karah, Lufkin, TX (1957)

Individual SB In Series

Eric Amen, Oak Park, IL (1981)

Individual SB In Inning

Al Lendh, Brockton, MA (1952) Bret Poppleton, Ingomar, PA (1989) Sam Lemere, Chesterfield County, VA (2007) Jake Buchanan, Johnstown (2012)

6 11 3 3 3 3

Other Longest Game By Inning Campbell-Moreland, CA vs Gadsden, AL (1964)

16


Pitching Records Most Individual Wins In Series

Perfect Game 7 Innings

Fred Bolden, Washington, PA (1955) 3 Gary Beecher, West Covina, CA (1960) 3 Tom Sabol, Buena Park, CA (1970) 3 Bob Ansari, Orange, CA (1971) 3 Omar Cantu, Monterey, Mexico (1972) 3 Jeff Fricke, Santa Clara, CA (1973) 3 Kyle Sanford, Ft. Worth, TX (1973) 3 Todd Sullivan, Santa Susana, CA (1983) 3 Alex Fernandez, Miami (Carlos Pascual), FL (1984) 3 Luis Benitez, Caguas, PR (1984) 3 Marc Pisciotta, Marietta, GA (1985) 3 Tim Morgan, Washington, PA (1985) 3 Hwang Jae Hyun, Seoul, South Korea (1989) 3 Justin Gregula, Washington, PA (1998) 3 Chuck Tiffany, Covina, CA (1999) 3 Kuo Sheng-An, Taipei, Taiwan (2000) 3 Xavier Cedeno, Ponce, PR (2001) 3 Willie Grider, Richmond (Chesterfield Co.), VA (2001) 3 Anthony Stewart, Trujillo Alto, PR (2007) 3 Chiang Wei, Taichung, Taiwan (2008) 3 Jack Johnson, Riverside, CA (2009) 3 Hunter Williams, Chesterfield, VA (2010) 3 Chia Lung Lai, Chinese Taipei (2012) 3

Reinaldo Duran, Caracas, Venezuela vs. Carnarvon, British Columbia, Canada, August 21, 1969 Duran had to leave the game after the seventh inning with the score tied 0-0.

No Hitter In 7 Innings August 24, 1956 (1-0) Jim Bradley, Hamtramck, MI vs. New Brunswick, NJ August 22, 1958 (4-0) Gene Morowski, Hamtramck, MI vs. Monongahela, PA August 18, 1971 (10-0) John Hallinan, Denver, CO vs. Maya, Mexico August 24, 1972 Rich Arnold, Lakewood, CO vs. Detroit MI Arnold left the game after seven innings with the score tied, 0-0. August 27, 1978 (2-0, Championship Game) Rich Alvarez, Campbell-Moreland, CA vs. Joliet, IL, August 25, 1979 (13-0) Tom Gricius, Campbell-Moreland, CA vs. Garden City, MI, August 16, 1983 (5-0) James Ballao, Maui, HI vs. Kennewick, WA, August 18, 1988 (15-0, Championship Game) Kim Sang Yeup, Hwang Jae Hyun and Song Youg Sup Seoul, Korea vs. LaMesa, CA August 17, 1989 (7-1) Hwang Jae Hyun, Seoul, Korea vs. Ingomar, PA August 14, 2012, (8-0) Pablo Ortiz, Laredo, TX v. Guasave, MX August 12, 2013 (1-3) Edgar Barclay, Hilo, HI vs. Chesterfield, VA

No Hitter In 5 Innings August 23, 1961 (12-0) Gary Wilczynski, Hamtramck, MI vs. West Covina, CA August 25, 1968 (12-0) Greg Rodgers and Brian Evans, Covina, CA vs. Caracas, Venezuela August 13, 1987 (10-0) Jose Aponte, Caguas, PR vs. Vesta, PA August 17, 2000 (10-0) Kuo Sheng An, Tainan City, Chinese-Taipei vs. Bayamon, PR August 20, 2001 (13-0) Xavier Cedeno and Eric Cedeno, Ponce, PR vs. Canonsburg, PA August 20, 2004 (19-3) Ryan Anderson, Matt Peterson and Chase Register, Marietta (East Cobb), GA vs. Evansville, IN August 9, 2008 (11-0) Davenport (East), IA vs Chiang Wei and Hue Wei, Taichung, Chinese Taipe Aug. 6, 2016 (12-0) Elian Gentner, Paderborn, Germany vs. Washington County, PA

Triple Plays 1987 Houston (South Belt), TX vs Caguas, PR 1995 Marietta (East Cobb), GA vs North Allegheny, PA 2003 Washington, PA vs Lakewood (Heartwell), CA 2010 Chesterfield County VA vs Corona, CA

Walks In Consecutive Plate Appearances Paul Johnson, Oak Park, IL (1981)

7

Combined Consecutive Scoreless Innings Corpus Christi, TX, Joliet, IL (1965)

15

Individual Strikeouts In Game Edgar Barclay, Hilo, HI (2013)

20

Individual Consecutive SO In Game Gene Morowski, Hamtramck, MI (1958)

10

Individual Strikeouts In Series Tim Morgan, Washington, PA (1985)

41

Combined Strikeouts In Game 1972, 13 innings, Honolulu, HI vs Washington PA Eric Tokunaga 13, Richard Biven 13 HI vs Scott Stephens 11, Jamie Pattison 3 PA

40

Combined Strikeouts In 9 Innings 1955, New Brunswick, NJ vs Youngstown, OH Steve Chamos, NJ 16 vs Richard Wright, OH 18

34

Combined Strikeouts In 7 Innings 1958, Hamtramck, MI vs Monongahela, PA Gene Morowski 18 vs Mike Mendicino 15

33

PLWS Records  

This package contains statistical information on game and series leaders since 1952.

PLWS Records  

This package contains statistical information on game and series leaders since 1952.

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