Little League World Series 2013 action continues with Mexico vs Japan live stream & LLWS schedule on Wednesday afternoon from Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pa.
This is double-elimination game features Tijuana, Mexico (MEX) vs. Tokyo, Japan (JPN), each looking to remain perfect in the tournament and punch their ticket into the Little League World Series 2013 International Championships.
First pitch for this pivotal LLWS affair is scheduled for today at 4:05 p.m. EST (1:05 p.m. PST) and it'll be broadcast live in high definition on ESPN, ESPN-3 and Watch ESPN Live Stream.
Although they are sure to be the underdogs, this is a Tijuana, Mexico, team that comes with plenty of momentum following a 13-0 thrashing of Aguadulce, Panama, Sunday night.
Baja California's third baseman, Ramon Mendoza took home Player of the Game honors following the win, going 3-for-4 with 6 runs-batted-in.
Mexico's pitching staff was also instrumental in this one, combining to neutralize Panama's offense, limiting them to a single hit in the shutout.
They'll certainly need all hands on deck once again if they want to have a chance to upset the defending Little League World Series champs.
Much like their Mexican counterparts, Japan also comes in with a perfect 2-0 record in the LLWS 2013 and feeling good about its chances today.
Coming in battle-tested, the Japanese defeated a very tough Chinese Taipei team, 3-2 on Sunday despite sloppy defense which led to two errors on the ledger.
Right-fielder Takuma Gomi led the way for Tokyo, as their two-spot in the top of the top of the sixth inning was enough for Tatsuki Nagano to shut the door to seal the victory.
Can Mexico's pitching staff toss another gem and end Japan's reign? Tune in and watch this Little League World Series 2013 Mexico vs Japan live stream to find out.
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