Thank-you for visiting! This site provides coverage and results for every Mid-Atlantic Region tournament held for the Little League Baseball division (10-12 years old) since the tournament was first held in 2001.


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(June 2023) -- We have begun our coverage of the 2023 Mid-Atlantic Region tournament -- click for details. If you can provide results or pairings for Mid-Atlantic Region state tournaments that are not listed on this site, please contact the Unpage.

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The Mid-Atlantic Region Tournament

New York City is the undisputed business capital of the world, and Washington, D.C. is the political center of the U.S.

Yet the ultimate goal of youth baseball teams along the East Coast each summer is to see the sights in a different capital -- South Williamsport, Pennsylvania: the youth baseball capital of the world. For Little League all-star teams located along the Eastern Seaboard, the final step in the journey to the Little League World Series is the Mid-Atlantic Region tournament.

The Mid-Atlantic Region tournament was first held in 2001, when Little League Baseball expanded the annual Little League World Series from eight to sixteen teams. As part of the expansion, the organization's twelve state Eastern Region tournament was split into two region tournaments: the Mid-Atlantic Region tournament, and the New England Region tournament.

In 2022, Little League Baseball further expanded the Little League World Series field, adding two U.S. and two international qualifiers to create a twenty team field. As part of this expansion, a new Metro Region was created as two states were reassigned from both the Mid-Atlantic Region and the New England Region.

Today, the Mid-Atlantic Region tournament includes champions from Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. The Metro, Mid-Atlantic, and New England Region tournaments are all held at Little League's A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center in Bristol, Connecticut.

Click on the toolbar on the left to view current and past tournament results for the Mid-Atlantic Region tournament, and for Eastern Region tournaments held prior to the Little League World Series expansion in 2001.

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