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Few organizations have woven their way into the nation’s sports fabric like Little League, which now celebrates its 75th anniversary. On the eve of its marquee event, the Little League World Series, we’ll take you through the key moments that made the organization what it is today. We’ll look at the many ways Little League is recognizing this milestone and getting players throughout the globe in on the action. While Little League pauses to celebrate, how is the organization positioning itself for the years ahead?
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