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Little League Baseball's presence in Georgia has grown markedly since that initial summer. The seven league footprint has expanded to encompass over 80 leagues organized into ten districts across the state. In addition to the local charters, Little League Baseball relocated its Southeastern Region headquarters to Warner Robins in 2010, opening new offices and building playing fields that will play host to the Southeastern Region tournament each summer.
Georgia's ten district champions compete in a state tournament that determines the Georgia representative in the Southeastern Region tournament, and the region winner then advances to the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Seven Georgia leagues have reached the Little League World Series, including Peachtree City American Little League, which reached the United States championship game in 2018. Three Georgia leagues have won the Little League World Series championship. East Marietta National Little League defeated Liquito Hernandez Little League (Barahona, Dominican Republic), 3-1, in the 1983 Little League World Series championship game. Nearly a quarter-century later, Columbus Northern Little League (2006) and Warner Robins American Little League (2007) brought consecutive championship flags back to Georgia with title game victories over teams from Japan.
Click to view a timeline showing the evolution of the Georgia Little League tournament structure.
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