Published On: Tue, Jul 29th, 2014

Little League Teams from across the world meet in Livermore for 2nd Little League Intermediate World Series

curacoaLIVERMOREBaseball teams from across the world to take part in the 2nd Little League Intermediate World Series tournament at Max Baer Park in Livermore, California.

This is the second year that the Livermore has hosted the Intermediate Little League World Series. Located approximately 40 miles from San Francisco, Livermore is California’s oldest historic wine region and an internationally renowned center science and technology research. Known for its historic downtown, natural beauty, and western heritage, Livermore is a destination for shopping, dining, entertainment and culture.   The City features a 13-screen cinema, a 500 –seat performing arts center, and a wide range of restaurants to suit every palette. The Livermore Premium Outlet Center features 150 stores from such brands as Prada, Kate Spade and Bloomingdale’s.

Tournament festivities began yesterday evening with the Little League World Series Parade in downtown Livermore. The series will continue to August 4. The tournament is expected to draw over 40,000 spectators, and will be broadcast on ESPN 2 to a national audience.

About the City of Livermore

Incorporated in 1876, the City of Livermore ( is the easternmost city in the San Francisco Bay Area.  With just over 83,000 residents, Livermore’s heritage is an eclectic blend of wine-making, cattle ranching and agriculture, cultural arts, and cutting edge technology.  The city’s renowned reputation in science, technology and innovation is showcased at Sandia National Laboratories and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory which has been internationally recognized for its work in discovering Element 116 on the Periodic Table – Livermorium.  The Livermore Premium Outlets on Interstate-580 and the city’s award-winning downtown provide a wide range of shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities for residents and visitors alike.

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