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1974 Little League World Series

 

1974 Little League World Series

1974 Little League World Series
Dates August 20–
August 24
Teams participating 8
Champion Kaohsiung Little League
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Runner-up Red Bluff Little League
Red Bluff, California

The 1974 Little League World Series took place between August 20 and August 24 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Kaohsiung Little League of Kaohsiung, Taiwan defeated the Red Bluff Little League of Red Bluff, California in the championship game of the 28th Little League World Series. All teams were invited to Washington, D.C. after the tournament and were the first official guests greeted by the newly inaugurated President Gerald Ford. After this series, foreign teams were banned from the competition; however, the ban was rescinded one year later allowing foreign teams to qualify for the 1976 series, and each thereafter.

This was the fourth consecutive title for Taiwan. As of 2011 this is the second longest winning streak by a Country/State. This was the last LLWS to match U.S. teams with International teams in the opening round of play. This was also the first, and only, LLWS to feature shutouts in all first round games and second round games of the winner's bracket.

Contents

  • Qualification 1
  • Championship bracket 2
  • Consolation bracket 3
  • Notable players 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

Qualification

United States International
Tallmadge, Ohio
Central Region
Tallmadge
Esquimalt, British Columbia
Canada Region
Esquimalt Vic-West
New Haven, Connecticut
East Region
Walter "Pop" Smith
Athens, Greece
Europe Region
Athena Airport
Jackson, Tennessee
South Region
American
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Far East Region
Kaohsiung
Red Bluff, California
West Region
Red Bluff
Maracaibo, Venezuela
Latin America Region
Coquivacoa

Championship bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
August 20        
  Connecticut  0
August 22
  Taiwan  16  
  Taiwan  3
August 21
    Ohio  0  
  Ohio  8
August 24
  Greece  0  
  Taiwan  12
August 20
    California  1
  Canada  0
August 22
  California  3  
  California  4 Third place
August 21 (F/7)
    Venezuela  0  
  Tennessee  0   Ohio  0
  Venezuela  1     Venezuela  2
August 23

Consolation bracket

  Games A & B Game D
             
August 20
  Greece 9  
  Connecticut 13  
 
August 22
      Tennessee 14
    Connecticut 3
 
 
Game C
August 21 August 22 (F/9)
  Canada 0   Greece  2
  Tennessee 10     Canada  3
1974 Little League World Series Champions

Kaohsiung Little League
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Notable players

See also

External links

  • 1974 Little League World Series
  • Line scores for the 1974 LLWS
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