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1988 Little League World Series


1988 Little League World Series

1988 Little League World Series
Dates August 23–
August 27
Teams participating 8
Champion Taiping Little League
Taichung, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan))
Runner-up Pearl City Little League
Pearl City, Hawaii

The 1988 Little League World Series took place between August 23 and August 27 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Taiping Little League of Taichung, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) defeated the Pearl City Little League of Pearl City, Hawaii in the championship game of the 42nd Little League World Series.


  • Qualification 1
  • Championship Bracket 2
  • Position Bracket 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5


United States International
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Glace Bay, Nova Scotia
Glace Bay
Andover, Massachusetts
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Spring, Texas
Northwest 45
Taichung, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)
Far East
Pearl City, Hawaii
Pearl City
Curundu, Panama
Latin America

Championship Bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
August 23        
  Panama  4
August 25
  Chinese Taipei  5  
  Chinese Taipei  16
August 24
    Canada  1  
  Canada  5
August 27
  Saudi Arabia  1  
  Chinese Taipei  10
August 23
    Hawaii  0
  Texas  8
August 25
  Massachusetts  6  
  Texas  4 Third place
August 24
    Hawaii  5  
  Oklahoma  2   Canada  2
  Hawaii  3     Texas  3
August 26

Position Bracket

1988 Little League World Series Champions

Taiping Little League
Taichung, Chinese Taipei

See also

External links

  • 1988 Little League World Series
  • Line scores for the 1988 LLWS
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