Barring inclement weather conditions, first pitch was rescheduled for Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT). Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pa., will be the site and Little League Baseball fans can enjoy every pitch live in high definition on ESPN (TV schedule) and Watch ESPN (live stream).
Westport, Conn., comes in with a 3-1 record in the LLWS 2013 tournament, while Sammamish, Wash., sports a 2-1 mark thus far this summer.
The winner of this game advances to the U.S. championships to face (3-0) Chula Vista, Calif., on Saturday, while the loser goes home empty-handed.
It's certainly worth noting that because last night's postponement was not considered an off-day, LLWS 2013 rules prohibit Sammamish from utilize two key players.
After toeing the hill on Tuesday, right-handed pitchers, Jack Matheson (#15) and Jacob Dahlstrom (#25) will not be available for tonight's ballgame, as LLWS 2013 rules requires them to rest for two days before their next appearance.
The coveted pitching duo proved to be instrumental in Sammamish's 6-5 win over Tennessee, but were forced to dig deep for their team to advance.
Dahlstrom got off to a shaky start in his 2.2 innings of work, before Matheson picked him up by neutralized Nashville's attack with 3.1 quality innings and secure the "W".
For Westport skipper Tim Rogers, having Alex Reiner toss just 35 pitches on Wednesday proved to be a great decision, as his righty will be available for today's game.
Who will prevail and earn a spot into the U.S. Championships against Chula Vista? Don't miss this Sammamish vs. Westport free live stream and TV schedule game on the ESPN Networks.