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Japan beats Panama for LLWS international title

 Tokyo's Kotaro Kiyomiya watches his solo home run off Aguadulce, Panama, pitcher Daniel Cruz in the fourth inning of the international championship b...
 Aguadulce, Panama pitcher James Gonzalez delivers in the first inning of the International Championship baseball game against Tokyo at the Little Lea...
 Tokyo's Kotaro Kiyomiya (27) celebrates with teammates after hitting a solo home run off Aguadulce, Panama, pitcher Daniel Cruz in the fourth inning ...

LLWS Tokyo Panama Baseball

Tokyo's Kotaro Kiyomiya watches his solo home run off Aguadulce, Panama, pitcher Daniel Cruz in the fourth inning of the international championship b...

LLWS Tokyo Panama Baseball

Aguadulce, Panama pitcher James Gonzalez delivers in the first inning of the International Championship baseball game against Tokyo at the Little Lea...

LLWS Tokyo Panama Baseball

Tokyo's Kotaro Kiyomiya (27) celebrates with teammates after hitting a solo home run off Aguadulce, Panama, pitcher Daniel Cruz in the fourth inning ...

Japan's big bats helped the team from Tokyo earn a trip to the Little League World Series title game.
Japan hit five homers, including two from 13-year-old slugger Kotaro Kiyomiya, to beat Aguadulce, Panama, 10-2 Saturday for the international championship.
Japan returns Sunday for the tournament title game against either California or Tennessee. They'll meet later Saturday for the U.S. crown.
The 6-foot Kiyomiya is imposing at the plate. He's become so known for his power that fans sitting on the hill beyond the right-field fence started holding a "Kotaro Target" sign near a bright red bullseye. Kiyomiya's first-inning homer sailed deep down the right-field line.
Edisson Gonzalez had an RBI single in the first while Daniel Castro added a run-scoring double in the second for Panama.


Updated : 2021-06-19 23:49 GMT+08:00