New York wins the Little League World Series
The New York team beat South Korea, 2–1, to win the championship game of the Little League World Series. Their victory marks the first for a U.S. team in the LLWS in five years, when a team from Huntington Beach, California won. Making the win even more impressive was that South Korea's Junho Jeong had a no-hitter going for the first half of the game.
Ultimately, Jude Abbadessa would break up the no-no, while winning pitcher Ryan Harlost scored the game-winning run. Nice work, fellas!
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Madden 17 glitches
The latest edition of Madden is out, which can only mean one thing: The game only kind of works! Check out how easy it is to score:
These new 2016 NFL rules are unconventional but I’ve got to say, I like them pic.twitter.com/fZfQQRtpKA— Luke Zimmermann (@lukezim) August 27, 2016
Cool, but offside
We played bad
Go Jaguars pic.twitter.com/W3GgozYJOw— Mike Tunison (@xmasape) August 29, 2016
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