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

Four games get things started on opening day.

Little League World Series-Championship Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

The 2017 Little League World Series is here, the 71st annual tournament of United States and international teams, vying for the title of best team of 11- to 13-year-old baseball players in the world.

The double-elimination tournament begins on Thursday from Williamsport, Pa., with ESPN televising all four games on the opening day. Online streaming of every game is available through WatchESPN.

Reynosa, Mexico and Maracaibo, Venezuela are the two teams that get things started on the international side of the bracket, with a 1 p.m. ET game at Volunteer Stadium, representing Mexico and Latin America, respectively.

The U.S. side of the bracket starts at 3 p.m., with Holbrook Little League from Jackson, NJ — representing the Mid-Atlantic — battles the team from Fairfield, Conn., representing New England. They play at Lamade Stadium.

New York Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier, a New Jersey native and Little League World Series alum himself, has a definite rooting interest in Game 2:

Thursday schedule

All times ET

Game 1: Mexico vs. Latin America, 1 p.m., Volunteer Stadium
TV: ESPN, WatchESPN | Announcers: Dave Flemming, Kyle Peterson, Sebastian Salazar

Game 2: New England vs. Mid-Atlantic, 3 p.m., Lamade Stadium
TV: ESPN, WatchESPN | Announcers: Karl Ravech, Aaron Boone, Julie Foudy

Game 3: Canada vs. Europe-Africa, 5 p.m., Volunteer Stadium
TV: ESPN, WatchESPN | Announcers: Flemming, Peterson, Salazar

Game 4: Great Lakes vs. Southwest, 7 p.m., Lamade Stadium
TV: ESPN2, WatchESPN | Announcers: Ravech, Boone, Foudy

The upcoming solar eclipse during the Little League World Series