Little League World Series 2010: Saturday's TV Schedule and Live Stream Info

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA - AUGUST 23: Bryndan Arredondo #13 of the Southwest team from Lubbock, Texas celebrates his three run third inning home run against the Northwest team from Lake Oswego, Oregon as he heads for home during the United States semi-final game of the Little League World Series on August 23, 2007 at Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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Christina De NicolaCorrespondent IAugust 21, 2010

The 2010 Little League World Series (LLWS) features a double-elimination format for the first time, and one team will go home on day two. Action kicks off in the morning and ends in the evening.

Here is the schedule for games played on Saturday, Aug. 21st, 2010. All times are EST.

11 a.m. Game 5—Mid-Atlantic (Toms River, N.J.) vs. Great Lakes (Hamilton, Ohio) at Lamade Field on ESPN 

1 p.m. Game 6—Latin America (Panama) vs. Canada (British Columbia) at Volunteer Field on ESPN 

3 p.m. Game 7—Southeast (Columbus, Ga.) vs. West (Waipahu, Hawaii) at Lamade Field on ABC 

6 p.m. Game 8—Asia-Pacific (Chinese Taipei) vs. Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia) at Volunteer Field on ESPN

8 p.m. Game 9*—Northwest (Auburn, Wash.) vs. Midwest (Plymouth, Minn.) at Lamade Field on ESPN 

All ESPN telecasts will be simulcast on, with nearly all games available on ESPN Mobile TV.

*Elimination game

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