Little League World Series: Tuesday's TV and Live Streaming Schedule

Andrew LeighCorrespondent IAugust 24, 2010

WILLIAMSPORT, PA - AUGUST 30: Starting pitcher Isaiah Armenta #25 of California (Chula Vista) pitches against Asia Pacific (Taoyuan, Taiwan) in the little league world series final at Lamade Stadium on August 30, 2009 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
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Rainy conditions in the Williamsport area wreaked havoc on the Day Four schedule of the Little League World Series, leading to some unexpected scheduling changes for the docket of games on Tuesday, August 24. Below, find a rundown of the days’ games, as well as viewing information. All times given are eastern:

12:00 PM Toms River, NJ (Mid-Atlantic) vs. Saudi Arabia, ESPN 2/ESPN3.com. This is a consolation game, as both teams’ hopes of winning the tournament ended with losses on Sunday.

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2:00 PM Vancouver, Canada vs. Chitre, Panama, ESPN 2/ESPN3.com. The second time these teams match up, and this time it’s an elimination game that decides who moves on to play Chinese Taipei for the right to advance to the International Championship game.

4:00 PM Hamilton, OH (Great Lakes) vs. Columbus, GA (Southeast), ESPN/ESPN3.com. Originally scheduled for Monday, this game matches up two teams yet to be beaten. The winner will be one game away from playing for the US title, the loser books a date with Hawaii and an elimination game.

6:00 PM Tokyo, Japan vs. Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, ESPN 2/ESPN3.com. The top teams in Pool C square off to decide who gets a place in the International Championship. Both teams’ last games were victories against Puerto Rico, but Tokyo won their only head-to-head meeting 4-2.

8:00 PM Fairfield, CT (New England) vs. Auburn, WA (Northwest), ESPN 2/ESPN3.com. The nightcap is an elimination game rescheduled from Monday’s rain out, with the winner advancing to play Pearland, TX on Wednesday night.

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