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The Official Radio Broadcast Station of the Little League Baseball® World Series Celebrates the 75th Anniversary

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Since the first Little League Baseball® World Series was played in 1947, there has been a lot of change. The games moved to the current location in South Williamsport, Pa., the number of teams competing has grown, and the countries sending leagues to represent their region has expanded. This year, every game will be broadcast on the ESPN family of networks and available through the WatchESPN app. But, over the radio airwaves, fans will experience the Little League Baseball World Series just like they did more than 50 years ago.

WRAK has been the official radio broadcast partner of the Little League Baseball World Series for many years and listeners have since some of the earliest tournaments played at Original Field at Max Brown Park in Williamsport, Pa. The voices calling the games have become part of the fabric of the Little League Baseball World Series. Here are WRAK Little League Baseball World Series broadcast personalities Ken Sawyer, Gary Chrisman, and Tom Speicher sharing their favorite Little League® moments. All 32 games of the 2014 Little League Baseball World Series can be heard on WRAK. For more information, visit WRAK.com.

Click Here to listen to Ken Sawyer's moment

Click Here to listen to Gary Chrisman's moment

Click Here to listen to Tom Speicher's moment

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What is the name of the first Little League® graduate to play professional baseball?





The correct answer is D. Allen “Sonny” Yearick.

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What state each year hosts two Little League® World Series?





The correct answer is Delaware.

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On what network can you watch the majority of Little League® games each summer?





The correct answer is ESPN.

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