The 2008 Little League season is continuing at a fast pace, giving teams the opportunity to play three and four games thus far.
March 15, the Mets and Red Sox went head to head and tied with a 1-1 final score. March 17, the Padres and the Mariners tied 1-1, followed by the A's and the Yankee's tied game, at 1-1. March 19, the Red Sox and Tigers tied at 1-1.
March 15, the A's and the Mets played and left the Mets with a win 15-3. March 18, the A's played the Mariners and came out on top at 6-1. March 20, the Angels and the White Sox game gave the White Sox an opportunity for a win, and they stole a shut out, 18-0. The Pirates and the Mets followed, and the Mets earned another win, 11-6. March 25, the Mets and the Tigers played and left the Mets with their third win of the season, 17-14. The Cardinals and Angels game followed and gave the Cardinals another win, 18-11.
March 17, the A's and the White Sox started the day off with a win for the A's and a final score of 6-2. The Tigers and Cardinals' game finished off the evening and a win for the Cardinals, 6-2. March 19, at the Mariners and the Marlins game, the Mariners were able to take the lead and win with a final score of 8-3. March 24, the Cardinals and the A's played and the A's were left with the win, 7-2. The White Sox and the Mariners followed with a tie, 0-0.
March 20, the White Sox and the A's battled and the White Sox walked away with the win, 20-14. March 25, the Tigers and the Dodgers started off the evening with a win for the Tigers, 11-7. The A's and the Braves followed and the Braves took home the win at 12-2.
March 17, the Giants played the White Sox and earned their first win of the season at 11-7. March 19, the Red Sox and the Tigers started the evening with a win for the Tigers and a shut out against the Red Sox, 5-0. The White Sox and the Cardinals followed and the White Sox earned the win with a shutout and a final score of 10-0. March 24, the Blue Jays and the Mets played at the start of the evening and the Blue Jays earned the win at 17-2. The Nationals and Rangers followed and the Nationals took the win at 14-1.
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