The best young talents in baseball will take the stage starting Thursday, Aug. 15, in the 2013 Little League World Series and there are plenty of ways to tune in and catch all of the exciting action.
For those who can't make it out to Williamsport, Pa., to watch it all unfold firsthand, ESPN has you covered with its live streaming throughout the entirety of the tournament on WatchESPN.
That's not the only way you can keep up with the action if you're away from a television. Little League World Series has partnered with GameChanger to bring fans live stats and scoring updates.
Let's take a look at when and where you can catch the action from Williamsport.
All games will be available on live stream via WatchESPN.
Complete Little League World Series Schedule
|1||Thurs., Aug. 15||Latin America vs. Caribbean||1 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN|
|2||Thurs., Aug. 15||Southwest vs. Northwest||3 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|3||Thurs., Aug. 15||Australia vs. Mexico||5 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN2|
|4||Thurs., Aug. 15||Southeast vs. New England||7 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN2|
|5||Fri., Aug. 16||Asia-Pacific vs. Canada||1 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN|
|6||Fri., Aug. 16||West vs. Great Lakes||3 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|7||Fri., Aug. 16||Japan vs. Europe-Africa||5 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN2|
|8||Fri., Aug. 16||Mid-Atlantic vs. Midwest||8 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|9||Sat., Aug. 17||Loser G1 vs. Loser G3||12 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN|
|10||Sat., Aug. 17||Loser G2 vs. Loser G4||3 p.m.||Lamade||ABC|
|11||Sat., Aug. 17||Loser G5 vs. Loser G7||6 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN|
|12||Sat., Aug. 17||Loser G6 vs. Loser G8||8 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|13||Sun., Aug. 18||Winner G1 vs. Winner G3||12 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN2|
|14||Sun., Aug. 18||Winner G2 vs. Winner G4||2 p.m.||Lamade||ABC|
|15||Sun., Aug. 18||Winner G6 vs. Winner G8||5 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN|
|16||Sun., Aug. 18||Winner G5 vs. Winner 67||7 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN2|
|A||Mon., Aug. 19||Loser G9 vs. Loser G10||12 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN2|
|17||Mon., Aug. 19||Loser G16 vs. Winner G9||2 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN|
|18||Mon., Aug. 19||Loser G15 vs. Winner G10||4 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|19||Mon., Aug. 19||Loser G13 vs. Winner G11||6 p.m.||Volunteer||ESPN2|
|20||Mon., Aug. 19||Loser G14 vs. Winner G12||8 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN2|
|B||Tues., Aug. 20||Loser G11 vs. Loser G12||1 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|21||Tues., Aug. 20||Winner G17 vs. Winner G19||4 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|22||Tues., Aug. 20||Winner G18 vs. Winner G20||8 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN2|
|23||Wed., Aug. 21||Winner G13 vs. Winner G16||4 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|24||Wed., Aug. 21||Winner G14 vs. Winner G15||8 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|25||Thurs., Aug. 22||Winner G21 vs. Loser G23||4 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|26||Thurs., Aug. 22||Winner G22 vs. Loser G24||8 p.m.||Lamade||ESPN2|
|27||Sat., Aug. 24||International Championship||12:30 p.m.||Lamade||ABC|
|28||Sat., Aug. 24||U.S. Championship||3:30 p.m.||Lamade||ABC|
|29||Sun., Aug. 25||Third Place Game||11 a.m.||Lamade||ESPN|
|30||Sun., Aug. 25||LLWS Championship||3 p.m.||Lamade||ABC|
Early Games to Watch
South Nashville LL (Tenn.) vs. Westport LL (Conn.): Thurs., Aug. 15, 7 p.m. (ET), ESPN2
Who will win?
Goodlettsville, Tenn., is representing the Southeast region again in 2013 after making it to the LLWS championship just one year ago and they look ready to take care of some unfinished business. The Southeast champ, which ultimately represented the U.S. against Japan in the championship, wound up losing, 12-2, in the decisive game.
The boys from Westport, Conn., are representing New England and will stand in the way of the Southeast and an easy walk into the winner's bracket.
If Connecticut was to make an improbable run to the championship, it would be the first team from that state to win it all since 1989 when Trumbull, Conn., took the World Series title behind a five-hit pitching performance from eventual NHL standout Chris Drury (via LittleLeague.org).
Big bats are all over the place in each of these lineups. It wouldn't be surprising to see this one turn into a barnburner.
Newark National LL (Del.) vs. Urbandale LL (Iowa): Fri., Aug. 16, 8 p.m. (ET), ESPN
The Mid-Atlantic region was won by Newark, Del., in stunning and surprising fashion. The squad hopes to continue that run into its opener against the Midwest champs from Urbandale, Iowa.
Who will win?
Newark became just the second team from Delaware to ever make it to Williamsport by way of a blistering offense that scored 38 runs in just four games, according to the Little League's official website.
However, their pitching was what got them past top-seeded Lionville, Penn., in a convincing 8-2 win to clinch a berth at Williamsport.
Urbandale has have shown grit and toughness in battling through plenty of close games in its regional qualifying.
Statistics and information courtesy of LittleLeague.org, unless otherwise noted.