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Little League World Series 2017 live stream: Times, TV schedule, and how to watch Day 2 online

Baseball: Little League World Series-Asia-Pacific Region vs Mid-Atlantic Region Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Half of the teams in the 2017 Little League World Series opened the tournament on Thursday, leaving eight teams to play their first game in Williamsport, Pa. on Friday.

All four games on the tournament’s second day will be televised by ESPN, with online streaming available through WatchESPN.

Friday’s game action begins with the international side of the bracket. Hills Little League from Sydney, Australia will take on Tokyo Kitasuna Little League from Japan in a 2 p.m. ET game from Volunteer Stadium, one of two ballparks used for the Little League World Series.

The final game of the night is a matchup in the United States bracket. North State Little League from Greenville, N.C. represents the Southeast, battling kids from Sioux Falls Little League in South Dakota, representing the Midwest. Those two teams will play at Lamade Stadium at 8 p.m.

The winners on Friday will advance to play Thursday’s winners on Sunday. The teams that lose on Friday will play in elimination games on Saturday. The Little League World Series is a double-elimination tournament.

Friday schedule

Game 5: Australia vs. Japan, 4 p.m., Volunteer Stadium
TV: ESPNU, WatchESPN | Announcers: Dave Flemming, Kyle Peterson, Sebastian Salazar

Game 6: Northwest vs. West, 4 p.m, Lamade Stadium
TV: ESPN, WatchESPN | Announcers: Karl Ravech, Aaron Boone, Julie Foudy

Game 7: Asia-Pacific vs. Caribbean, 8 p.m., Volunteer Stadium
TV: ESPNU, WatchESPN | Announcers: Flemming, Peterson, Salazar

Game 8: Southeast vs. Midwest, 8 p.m., Lamade Stadium
TV: ESPN, WatchESPN) | Announcers: Ravech, Boone, Jessica Mendoza, Foudy


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