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>> karl: a look at the little league world series results. the last five champions, tokyo, japan, there, three times. the same little league in 2012 and this year. the last team from the united states to win it all, huntington beach, 2011. they outscored them by a bunch. and now we'll see if there's some magic left in the pennsylvania bats. >> kyle: you have to tell
yourself, we scored ten in the first inning. what makes you think we can't do that again? >> nomar: i like where your head is at right now. >> karl: krauss, going to lead things off. first pitch is a ball. so, kawashima, still in there. throwing his 70th pitch. tomita is there, and willing to go if they need him. a lot of swings and misses against this crafty lefty. you got here swinging, you may as well go down swinging. there you go. in play, but the shortstop,
aoki. that's one guy you know you don't want to hit it to. just makes it look way too easy. two outs away from a little league world series championship. perfect throw. >> kyle: getting an out before the runner is even in the frame. he's not even there. >> karl: phillips, with a big smile on his face. here we go now. it may be a fair ball. it will be. >> kyle: what a play. >> nomar: how about sugimoto? >> kyle: that's really good. >> karl: to not give up, and watch how fast he gets there, gets in a position to make the throw. sugimoto sheds the mask. fields it, sets the right foot.
just the exchange with the hands, the quick release. looks like a second baseman making the play. >> karl: last chance, kaden peifer. he was on the mound. forlorn in the last inning. let's see what he can do here. attaboy, held up. 1-1. nobody that that lewisberry area will forget the season these kids provided for them. 2-1. united states champions. and you really want to remember and appreciate them. the henlines, krausses,
kolmansbergers. cube l cubbler, wirt, wizman, all of them. on the ground to short. japan is your little league series series champion in 2015! fans on the lewisberry side cheering. and their motto has been why not us? it's a great motivator for little leagues around the country. kitasuna ll ittle league, now having won three of these championships.
outstoring pennsylvania 16-1 over the final five innings. they can play low-run games and high-run games. >> kyle: a lot of records broken today. the most runs scored in a little league championship game, and a tie with kitasuna. >> nomar: it's been a fun 12 days. and the kids from pennsylvania, giving themselves something they'll never forget. >> karl: they are the u.s. champions. and only 16 got a chance to play here in williamsport. it's a dream come true for the kids from tokyo. and certainly a tribute to the fans of little league baseball. they know a good thing when they see it. over 189,000 turned out to watch
these kids from pennsylvania play. and there's a good chance we'll see that team from kitasuna come back here next year. time to turn the page and focus on the football and more importantly, the schoolwork these kids there start. one more day left in august. also, a special thanks to our crew that worked tirelessly from the camera folks out there on the first day. we had eight games, all 16 teams in action. nobody slowed down. and the researchers, producers. >> kyle: just everybody. >> nomar: what an incredible four tournament. a lot of fun. >> karl: good to be with you. our final score, 18-11.
japan comes back in the eighth. ripped down the line. that's going to do it. and big-time, double play. that's as good as it gets. championship saturday, pitcher's duel, boys and girls. japan will win it. and we pushed it to a tie. ripped into left field, that's it. pennsylvania. right field, it's a grand slam. back-to-back-to-back go japan. it's a home run derby.
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but this could go on as the wettest august on record. the rain will flow north, and stretch into the carolinas and georgia over the next two to three days. want to discuss the pacific. three major hurricanes out there. one of which is a threat to hawaii. ignacio, still a category three. tropical storm watches are posted for hawaii and maui. another close call expected for the 50th state. >> thank you. and next to a terrifying moment at the ballpark. a fan falling from the upper deck at turner field in atlanta. he did not survive. here's mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: tonight, fans still in shock after witnesses say
atlanta braves fan greg murrey fell 50 feet off the top deck during the seventh inning at saturday night's game against the yankees. >> someone just fell over the upper deck. they have to stop the game. oh, my gosh. >> reporter: fans looking on in horror as murrey receives medical attention from others at the game, including dr. joseph ricotta who was sitting just ten seats from where murrey landed and rushed over to help. >> out of the corner of my eye i saw something fall. wasn't sure what it was. you're in a state of shock. the adrenaline kicks in and you don't think. >> reporter: you can see dr. ricotta and others at the game administering cpr. ricotta estimates for as long as 10 minutes, before paramedics rushed murrey to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. witnesses tell espn murrey was heckling at yankees player alex rodriguez when he suddenly fell over the rail. >> it's a tragedy. it's one of those things that you hope you never experience again.
>> reporter: fans getting badly hurt at stadiums is an ongoing concern at baseball games. at fenway in june, part of a broken bat struck a woman in the head. at today's braves game, the flag at half staff for murrey, and a moment of silence to honor the longtime season ticket holder. atlanta police say there's no indication of foul play. the braves calling murrey an incredibly passionate fan. and polls showing hillary clinton losing ground. while on the republican side, trump getting more and more likable. devin dwyer with the polls. >> reporter: tonight, trouble for hillary clinton in a state where she knows defeat. eight years after she failed to
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