Babe Ruth's granddaughter, Linda Ruth Tosetti, speaks to three generations of visitors in front of the "Great Bambino's" complete, game-worn uniform at The World of Little League.
Babe Ruth’s granddaughter, Linda Ruth Tosetti visited the newly reopened World of Little League®: Peter J. McGovern Museum and Official Store today, which includes an exhibit devoted to her legendary grandfather. more»
On September 4, 2012, Little League® Baseball and Softball closed the doors of the Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum and started a $4.3 million renovation process. Nine months later, the organization is putting the finishing touches on the museum in preparation for an on-time grand reopening on June 15, 2013. more»
This summer, World of Little League Museum visitors will be able to learn about any of the 7,000+ baseball leagues in roughly 90 countries around the world by tapping photos, playing fun trivia games and sending messages, in a unique interactive exhibit powered by the ACTIVE Network, Inc. (NYSE:ACTV), the Official Online League Management Provider of Little League® Baseball and Softball. more»
Hannah Merrifield (Hughesville High School) and Daniel Ma (Williamsport High School) were recognized as the top recipients at the 2013 Carl E. Stotz Scholarship Luncheon, each receiving $2,000 scholarships. Miss Merrifield and Mr. Ma are joined by Stephen D. Keener (far left), President and Chief Executive Officer of Little League Baseball and Softball; and Karen Stotz Myers (far right), the daughter of Little League Founder Carl E. Stotz.
When Carl E. Stotz founded Little League in 1939, he did so on the basis of character, courage and loyalty. These words are still found on the Little League Baseball and Softball insignia, and they are also the basis for the Carl E. Stotz Little League Baseball Scholarship. more»