Jackie Robinson West
The legal argument is the cheating wasn’t initially caught, so it should be allowed — do we have that right?
Little League International caused an uproar when it vacated all of Jackie Robinson West’s wins from the 2014 Little League World Series, including its national championship, for allegedly violating residency rules by bringing in top players who lived outside the team’s established boundaries.
Jackie Robinson West’s district has been dissolved after wrongdoing by the adults.
The Jackie Robinson West little league district has been disbanded by Little League International, according to a statement by the organization.
The ousted leader of Jackie Robinson West has begun maneuvering to keep control of the team, in the wake of the cheating scandal that led to JRW being stripped of the Little League national title.
An attorney is calling for an inquiry to determine whether the man who launched an investigation into Jackie Robinson West’s Little League team improperly obtained information to determine where the parents of the players lived.
Saying they feel cheated out of their chance to play in the Little League World Series last summer, the team that lost the Great Lakes regional championship to Jackie Robinson West is raising money to go to next year’s tournament, even if it’s just to watch.
The man who first raised concerns about rules violations by the Jackie Robinson West baseball team was arrested on Tuesday morning after a disturbance outside a woman’s home.
The heads of South Side Little Leagues have largely remained silent. Until now. One president speaks out for the first time to CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley.
An Illinois lawmaker has jumped into the fray after the Jackie Robinson West Little League team was stripped of its national title.
Almonte was at the center of a big Little League controversy in 2001.
Supporters of the Jackie Robinson West Little League team rallied around the kids Saturday at the headquarters of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition following this week’s decision to strip the team of its national championship title over a finding that the team’s leaders broke the rules.
In time, the JRW kids will be the true judges of the wrongdoers, writes Bruce Levine.
Dave Belisle wants everyone to not lose sight of what Little League baseball means.
The Evergreen Park Little League official whose raised concerns about the eligibility of some players on the Jackie Robinson West all-star team has vehemently denied allegations from a Chicago woman that Evergreen Park officials forged documents so her son could play there in 2011.
There is nothing more depressing, more revolting than adults selfishly acting like martyrs and using children as symbolic human shields.
After Rev. Jesse Jackson earlier said parents of Jackie Robinson West players would sue Little League International over the decision to strip the team of its national title, an attorney for the team said it was too early to know if a lawsuit is warranted.
With politics in mind, Jackie Robinson West kids are being used as pawns.
As a former JRW Little Leaguer himself, Holmes has a personal connection.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was so outraged with the decision by Little League International officials to strip Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West of its national title, that he personally called the organization’s leader.