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Little League World Series (Caribbean Region)

The Caribbean Region is a region that competes in the Little League World Series. The Caribbean region was first given an automatic berth in 2001. Prior to 2001, Caribbean teams competed for a berth in the LLWS in the Latin American region.

A team from Curaçao won the first nine Caribbean championships before Puerto Rico won the 2010 tournament. The most recent champion of the region is a team from Puerto Rico. Curaçao's Pabao Little League won the 2004 Little League World Series, the only title to date for a Caribbean team.

Regional championship

The list below lists each country's participant in the Caribbean Little League Region Tournament. That year's winner is indicated in green.

Year
Aruba

Bahamas

Bermuda

Bonaire

British Virgin Islands

Cayman Islands

Curaçao

Dominican Republic

Jamaica

Puerto Rico

Sint Maarten

U.S. Virgin Islands
Host
2001 N/A
Aruba
N/A
Bahamas
DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Pariba LL
Willemstad
N/A
Dominican Republic
DNQ N/A
Puerto Rico
N/A
Sint Maarten
N/A
U.S. Virgin Islands
None
2002 Aruba South LL
Sint Nicolaas
DNQ DNQ Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
DNQ DNQ Pariba LL
Willemstad
DNQ DNQ Adalberto Rodriguez LL
Cabo Rojo
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Alvin McBean LL
St. Thomas
Elmo Plaskett LL
St. Croix
2003 Aruba Central LL
Santa Cruz
Grand Bahamas Junior LL
Freeport
DNQ DNQ BVI Little League
Road Town
DNQ Pabao LL
Willemsted
Virgilio Jimenez LL
Santo Domingo
DNQ Rosario Y. Cardona LL
Maunabo
St. Maarten LL
Phillipsburg
Elmo Plaskett LL
St. Croix
Wilfredo Ramirez LL
Mayaguez
2004 Aruba South LL
Sint Nicolaas
Grand Bahamas Junior LL
Freeport
DNQ Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
BVI Little League
Road Town
DNQ Pabao LL
Willemstad
Virgilio Jimenez LL
Santo Domingo
DNQ Jose M. Rodriguez LL
Manatí
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elrod Hendricks LL
St. Thomas
Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
2005 Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
DNQ DNQ Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
DNQ DNQ Pabao LL
Willemstad
Antonio Irrizarry LL
Puerto Plata
DNQ Tati Lugo LL
Yauco
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elrod Hendricks LL
St. Thomas
Elmo Plaskett LL
St. Croix
2006 Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
Freedom Farm LL
Nassau
DNQ Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
DNQ DNQ Pabao LL
Willemstad
Antonio Concepcion LL
Moca
Bayside LL
Kingston
Juan A. Bibiloni LL
Yabucoa
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elrod Hendricks West LL
St. Thomas
Jaime Collazo LL
Vega Baja
2007 Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
DNQ DNQ Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
DNQ DNQ Pabao LL
Willemstad
DNQ Bayside LL
Kingston
Tati Lugo LL
Yauco
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elrod Hendricks West LL
St. Thomas
Juan A. Bibiloni LL
Yabucoa
2008 Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
DNQ Bermuda Youth Athletic LL
Southside
DNQ DNQ DNQ Pabao LL
Willemstad
Los Bravos de Pontenzuela LL
Santiago
West Portland LL
Portland
Juan Antonio Bibiloni LL
Yabucoa
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elrod Hendricks West LL
St. Thomas
Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
2009 Aruba Central LL
Santa Cruz
DNQ Bermuda Youth Athletic LL
Southside
Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
DNQ DNQ Pabao LL
Willemstad
Los Bravos de Pontenzuela LL
Santiago
DNQ Radames Lopez LL
Guayama
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elmo Plaskett East LL
St. Croix
Willemstad LL
Willemstad
2010 Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
DNQ DNQ Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
DNQ Grand Cayman Island LL
George Town
Pariba LL
Willemstad
Virgilio Jimenez LL
Santo Domingo
DNQ Jose M. Rodriguez LL
Manatí
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elmo Plaskett East LL
St. Croix
Miguel Luzunaris LL
Humacao
2011 Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Cayman Islands LL
Grand Cayman Island
Pariba LL
Willemstad
José Tatis LL
Puerto Plata
DNQ Jose M. Rodriguez LL
Manatí
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elmo Plaskett East LL
St. Croix

Elrod Hendricks West LL
St. Thomas

Alvin McBean LL
St. Thomas
2012 Aruba Central LL
Santa Cruz
DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Pariba LL
Willemstad
Solano LL
San Pedro de Macorís
DNQ Jose M. Rodriguez LL
Manatí
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elmo Plaskett East LL
St. Croix

Elrod Hendricks West LL
St. Thomas

Radames Lopez LL
Guayama
2013 Aruba Center LL
Santa Cruz
DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Pariba LL
Willemstad
DNQ Jamaica LL Samaritana LL
San Lorenzo
St. Maarten LL
Philipsburg
Elmo Plaskett East LL
St. Croix

Elrod Hendricks West LL
St. Thomas

Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
2014 Aruba North LL
Oranjestad
Freedom Farm LL
Nassau
DNQ Bonaire LL
Kralendijk
DNQ Cayman Islands LL
George Town
Pabao LL
Willemstad
Hector Delgado LL
San Cristobal
DNQ Miguel Luzunaris LL
Humacao
DNQ Elrod Hendrick West LL
St. Thomas
Grand Bahamas LL
Freeport
  • (DNQ) – Indicates that the country did not have a team qualify in that year's tournament other than being the host.

LLWS results

As of the 2014 Little League World Series.
Year Champion City LLWS Record
2001 Pariba LL Willemstad Third Place 4–2
2002 Pariba LL Willemstad Third Place 4–2
2003 Pabao LL Willemstad Third Place 4–2
2004 Pabao LL Willemstad Champion 6–0
2005 Pabao LL Willemstad Runner-Up 4–2
2006 Pabao LL Willemstad Group Stage 1–2
2007 Pabao LL Willemstad Fourth Place 3–3
2008 Pabao LL Willemstad Int'l Semifinal 2–2
2009 Pabao LL Willemstad Int'l Semifinal 3–1
2010 Jose M. Rodriguez LL Manati Group Stage 1–2
2011 Aruba North LL Oranjestad Round 1 1–2
2012 Pariba LL Willemstad Round 3 2–2
2013 Sanmaritana LL San Lorenzo Round 1 1–2
2014 Miguel Luzunaris LL Humacao Round 2 1–2

Results by country

As of the 2014 Little League World Series.
Country Caribbean
Championships
Record
in LLWS
PCT
Curaçao 10 33–18 .647
Puerto Rico 3 3–6 .333
Aruba 1 1–2 .333
Total 14 37–26 .587

External links

  • Little League Online
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