Little League® International has officially unveiled the logos that will be used for each of its seven World Series events during the 2018 Little League International Tournament games. Designed to capture the fun and excitement of the events, the 2018 logos exemplify the joy of the Little League World Series tournaments.
This summer, hundreds of thousands of baseball and softball players from around the world will compete to represent their communities in the Little League World Series where they will get to wear an official Little League World Series uniform with this logo. These logos, designed in partnership with Harley Creative, will be seen by millions as a part of ESPN’s coverage of the 2018 Little League World Series events, as well as in Little League digital offerings, videos, official publications, and merchandise.
The first of the seven Little League World Series events begins on July 28 with the Senior League Baseball World Series in Easley, S.C. On July 29, the Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball World Series and the Junior League Softball World Series will commence, and a day later, the Senior League Softball World Series will begin in Lower Sussex, Del. On August 8, the Little League Softball® World Series will get underway for its 25th year in Portland, Ore., and on August 12, the Junior League Baseball World Series will begin its eight-day slate. As it does every year, the tournament schedule will conclude with the Little League Baseball® World Series from August 16-26 in South Williamsport, Pa.
Over the course of 30 days, approximately 935 Little Leaguers® ages 10 to 16 from nearly 80 different baseball and softball teams around the world will compete to determine the seven World Series champions for 2018.
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