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For 10 days during the Little League World Series, 11-and 12-year-old boys become superstars. They get to play front of thousands of fans in South Williamsport -- and millions more on TV -- make friends with players from all over the world and live large at the Grove on the LLWS complex.So we asked players from each World Series team team to pose like their favorite superhero, then quizzed them about their experience. What it was like to play in a big stadium in front of all those people? What was their most memorable moment in Williamsport? What was the most fun they had off the field?Here, in their own words -- and native language -- is what that once-in-a-lifetime experience of being a Little Leaguer on a really big stage is like:My favorite super hero is the Flash because I run really fast and I want to be like him! -- Fabian Alejandro Mar, 13, of San Nicolas, MexicoThe positions I play are outfielder, third base, second and pitcher. I got those positions because Im fast and I can play anywhere ... The most fun Ive had [here] is playing Ping-Pong with other teams ... South Korea, Japan and Panama. -- RJ Moore, 12, of Goodlettsville, TennesseeMy favorite superhero is Superman. After we got off the plane, when we saw the dormitories and grounds in Williamsport, that is my best moment. -- Junseo Cho, 13, of Seoul, South KoreaMost fun moment was when we hit a home run to go up two runs on [South] Korea. -- Manuel Cruz, 12, of Aguadulce, PanamaThey (players from other countries) have a bigger bodies than [our team] ... like stronger muscle. That is what I will remember. -- Akira Jozawa,13, of Tokyo, JapanThere are three separate travel or tournament teams that we play on. For All-Stars we all come together to play as one team and we do really good. ... Were all really good friends. I think the crowd kept us motivated and wanting to play a lot harder. -- Tyler Moore, 13, of Johnston, IowaFor the first time I was very nervous, but later on I enjoyed the games and got relaxed. My memorable moment is when I hit a double off the wall. -- Milton Gonzalez, 12, of San Nicolas, MexicoWalking out with all those people, Ive never done it before. So it was, like, amazing because the crowd was, like, roaring and the stadium was, like, shaking. You just knew how many people were supporting you during the game and how many people were behind our backs. -- Jude Abbadessa, 13, of Endwell, New YorkMy most memorable moment was when I first got here and saw the whole Little League Complex -- Abel DeLeon, 12, of Aguadulce, PanamaSome of the players from the Caribbean team were awesome. They were so much fun. Im going to remember them for a while. -- Sam Hennis, 12, of Johnston, IowaJapan is very different. There are different cars and the streets are bigger than [in] Japan. We played with Canada, and they have a tall and nice pitcher. That is what I will remember. -- Shotoku Sato,12, of Tokyo, JapanWhen I got to Williamsport and I saw it, I was nervous from all the fans. After the first game it kind of wore off. -- Carson Rucker, 12, of Goodlettsville, TennesseeAt first we were very surprised at the crowd and very nervous on grounds like this. But when we lost to Panama, that was the best and worst moment at the same time. -- Junhyeok Lee, 13, of Seoul, South KoreaIts like a once-in-a-lifetime experience basically, being in the Little League World Series. I dont even know how many people are there, and were playing baseball and doing really good. So, after we won I can hear them all screaming and stuff. It just felt ... awesome. Its sweet. -- Brody Raleigh, 12, of Endwell, New York Larry Allen Jersey . - Blake Griffin had 30 points and 12 rebounds, J. Benson Mayowa Jersey . The Clippers were angry about blowing a big lead; the Kings didnt like being in that kind of hole and nearly digging themselves out only to lose. . -- Arizona raced out to a big lead and did not back off, hitting the accelerator instead. Chuck Howley Jersey . P.A. Parenteau scored early in the third period to help the Avs edge Toronto 2-1 on Tuesday night. Cory Sarich also scored for Colorado (3-0-0), which is off to its best ever start. Tyrone Crawford Cowboys Jersey . The team said Saturday that Lopez was hurt during its 121-120 overtime loss at Philadelphia on Friday. The Nets said they would issue another update next week after consultation with their doctors. ATLANTA -- Kelly Johnson keeps coming through in clutch situations for the Mets.Its extra sweet for Johnson when those hits come against his former Braves teammates.Johnsons pinch-hit double drove in the go-ahead run in New Yorks four-run eighth inning, and the Mets rallied from a four-run deficit to beat Atlanta 6-4 on Friday night for their sixth straight win.Right now things are falling our way, Mets manager Terry Collins said.Curtis Granderson, who hit a two-run homer in the sixth, had a run-scoring single to tie the game. Johnsons double down the right-field line off rookie right-hander Maurico Cabrera drove in Asdrubal Cabrera.The surging Mets lead St. Louis by a half-game for the second NL wild card and are a half-game behind wild card leader San Francisco, which won 7-6 in 12 innings at Arizona.The defending NL champions (75-66) have won 15 of 19 to match their season high at nine games over .500.Johnson was traded from Atlanta to the Mets on June 8 and has twice made the Braves pay for the move. His pinch-hit homer in the 11th inning gave the Mets a 1-0 win over Atlanta on June 25.Johnson said there is a little bit of extra satisfaction in delivering big hits against the Braves, who also traded him to the Mets last season.Its just because this is the place you debuted and you come home, Johnson said. This was the first team, so you like to come back and kind of show off a little bit and have some success. Its a little sweeter, I guess.Julio Teheran and the Braves led 4-0 after five innings.A fielding error by Braves rookie shortstop Dansby Swanson and two walks from Maurico Cabrera (3-1) loaded the bases to set up the Mets big eighth inning.Yoenis Cespedes drove in a run with a sacrifice fly. After the single by Granderson and double by Johnson, Jose Ramirez hit pinch-hitter Michael Conforto in his shin with a pitch to force in another run.Hansel Robles (6-4) worked a scoreless seventh. Jeurys Familia pitched around Adonis Garcias leadoff double and a two-out walk to Nick Markakis in the ninth for his major league-leading 48th save.Matt Kemp homered and Markakis had a two-run single for last-plaace Atlanta, which has lost four straight.ddddddddddddMets rookie Robert Gsellman allowed four runs and seven hits in five innings.The six-game winning streak is the Mets second-longest of the year. They won eight straight from April 22-30.TEHERAN STUNG BY LINERTeheran extended his streak of scoreless streak against the Mets to 29 2/3 innings over two seasons before giving up Grandersons homer in the sixth. It came after Teheran was hit on his right forearm by Cespedes liner.Its OK. Its a little bit sore, Teheran said. Good thing I was able to escape. It got my skin. ... I dont think (the homer) was because I got hit. I just made a mistake.STREAKS ON AND OFFGranderson has homered in four consecutive games, the longest streak of his career. ... Freddie Freemans fifth-inning single extended his hitting streak to 15 games. Ender Inciartes hitting streak ended at 18 games. The two began the night with the longest active streaks in the majors.TRAINERS ROOMMets: 2B Neil Walker had season-ending back surgery Thursday to repair a herniated disk. Walker announced plans for the operation on Sept. 1. ... RHP Jacob deGrom (sore forearm) played catch in the outfield before batting practice but hasnt thrown off a mound since his last start on Sept. 1.Braves: Infield prospect Ozzie Albies will undergo surgery next week for a broken right elbow. Albies, 19, was injured while fouling off an inside pitch for Double-A Mississippi. The Braves hope Albies is ready for spring training.UP NEXTMets: RHP Bartolo Colon was moved up one day to start on Saturday instead of Seth Lugo, who had a blister develop in his last start. The blister has popped and Lugo is scheduled to start on Sunday. Colon (13-7, 3.22) is 9-3 with a 2.35 ERA in 13 career starts against the Braves.Braves: RHP John Gant (1-3, 4.70) will look for his second win overall, and second against the Mets. He allowed only one run and two hits in 6 2/3 innings during a 5-1 win on June 17 at New York, which traded him to the Braves last year. Cheap Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China ' ' '
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