UNDER CONSTRUCTIONWelcome to my homepage! If you're a young baseball player, coach or fan, this site will introduce you to an experience that you could never forget, the 11 and 12 year old World Series, held each August in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. If you haven't been, then you are missing an opportunity for an unbelievable vacation. The games are free, the food is reasonable, and the Lamade and Volunteer Stadium atmospheres have been ranked by Sports Illustrated Magazine as one of the top 20 places to watch a sporting event. Click the picture below for a better look!
Williamsport has one of the best shows around. The ten-day game schedule provides you with several multi-game days involving the international teams from Canada, Trans-Atlantic, Carribean, Europe, Asia, the Pacific, Latin America and Mexico and the eight regional finalists from the United States of America. The competitions bring about a multicultural bonding of players, families and sports enthusiasts, all sharing a common love for childhood and baseball. Your host stages the spectacular opening and closing ceremonies, fireworks show, and the mixed bag of mascots, entertainers and celebrities. The real entertainment, however, is provided through these magnificent kids and the dreams they fulfill, not just for themselves, but for anyone who hasn't lost sight of their childhood.
My Love for THE GAME
The Road to Williamsport
Wins and Losses
A Special Moment at Williamsport Gallery: World Series 2000 Links
This site was last updated on August 26, 2003
Gallery: World Series 2000