The Best Video Compilation Of #Petaluma Little League World Series

                             Photo by Argus Courier

We often run into Petaluma Little League World Series videos. Over the last year we noticed that a great many of the videos covering our hometown team are very bad in quality. We compiled what we think are the best quality videos available on the internet and put them right here in one place. Our Petaluma National team was the first to ever be in a Little League World series according to Little Leagues article Petaluma (Calif.) National Little League Earns First Berth in Little League Baseball World Series as West Region Champions.

Little League has sectioned off Petaluma into three leagues or zones: Petaluma American (northeast); Petaluma Valley (southeast); and Petaluma National (west of highway 101).  Petaluma National only represents about 1/3 of our city’s very finest baseball players.  We wonder what could happen if we were able to combine talent from each of these leagues to make one All-star team to have a true representation of the baseball talent our city produces.  We can only guess Japan would have their work cut out to beat a team like that. In 2012 under great odds our small Petaluma all-star team made it to the Little League World Series finishing #1 in the state, #2 in the country, and #3 in the WORLD.

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Becoming a Pirate from the West Coast: A farewell to Armstrong

Recently I posted an article Life’s A Ball” and then some: An interview with Dalton Johnson.  As a follow-up about Dalton he posted this article today on the AASU newspaper The Inkwell saying farewell to his college.

Click here to read his post on his blog “Life’s A Ball” Becoming a Pirate from the West Coast: A farewell to Armstrong