Butler Fly Effect Centerfielder DJ Butler of Chicago's Jackie Robinson West team, the U.S. champion, ran down a deep drive from Seoul's Jae Yeong Hwang in the fifth inning of the championship game on Sunday in South Williamsport, Pa. The representatives of the Asia-Pacific group won 8--4 to take South Korea's first LLWS title since 1985.
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Seoul Train Hae Chan Choi (21) enjoyed a choreographed celebration with his South Korea teammates after drilling a solo homer in the sixth inning on Sunday. The heavy-hitting LLWS champions averaged 8.4 runs in winning all five of their games in South Williamsport.
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Weekend Wonders The teams from Chicago and Seoul put on a show in reaching the Little League World Series final. Among the sights: 1 Darion Radcliff took a bow for his RBI single in the U.S. final, a 7--5 win over Nevada; 2 a South Korea coach went flying after Sunday's victory; 3 Brandon Green drove in the go-ahead run against Nevada; 4 DJ Butler (1) exulted with Pierce Jones after eliminating Philadelphia 6--5 last Thursday; 5 Green hurled the first five innings of the title game; 6 Jae Yeong Hwang gave some postgame dap to Marquis Jackson (16); and 7 Green let loose after Saturday's win.