Little League World Series Scores 2010: Can Anyone Stop Chinese Taipei?

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Little League World Series Scores 2010: Can Anyone Stop Chinese Taipei?
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The 2010 Little League World Series is in the midst of its busiest week of games with pool play dominating the action in Williamsport. 

The four pools, separated by U.S. and international brackets, are double-elimination round-robins that will allow only one team from each pool to advance to the knockout round of the Little League World Series.

So far, there have been a number of close games as well as a number of blowouts. The biggest sticks have so far come from the team from Chinese Taipei (or Taiwan) which has annihilated its opposition en route to the finals of Pool D action.

If you've noticed, the LLWS has received double-barrel coverage across ESPN's networks this week and for good reason—there has been a lot of action. But we're here to catch you up with Monday's scores, Tuesday's schedule, and a look at the contenders for the 2010 LLWS crown.

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