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Thank-you for visiting! This site provides coverage and results for every Arizona State Little League Baseball Tournament held for the major baseball (11-12 years old) division since 1957.

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(June 2022) -- We have begun our coverage of the 2022 Arizona state tournament -- click for details. If you can provide results or pairings for Arizona district tournaments that are not listed on this site, please contact the Unpage.

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The Arizona State Tournament

Arizona joined the Little League family in 1950, when the state's first league was formed in Prescott. The state's population was just under 750,000 residents at the time, and as Little League Baseball established a foothold in the Western United States and Arizona's population boomed to its present-day 6 million+ level, the number of leagues and districts grew exponentially. Today, there are over 180 leagues and fourteen districts across the state.

Champions from these fourteen districts advance to the state tournament, where they compete to determine Arizona's state champion and representative in the West Region tournament in San Bernardino, California. The West Region champion then advances to the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Six Arizona leagues have participated in the Little League World Series, including the state's most recent qualifier, Chandler National Little League in 2007. A pair of Tucson leagues, Cactus Little League in 1973 and Tucson International Little League in 1986, reached the Little League World Series championship game.

Ed Vosberg, a player on Cactus' 1973 team, became the first person ever to compete in the Little League World Series, College World Series, and Major League Baseball World Series competitions. He was a member of the University of Arizona's 1980 NCAA championship team and the 1997 Florida Marlin World Series championship team.

Click to view a timeline showing the evolution of the Arizona Little League tournament structure.


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