Indians, Giants to face off for title

The Del Mar Little League majors Indians defeated the Yankees 3-1 on May 26 to win the Majors American League Championship series. In the Majors National League Championship series, the Majors Giants defeated the Cardinals 9-3 on May 26 and 3-2 on May 28 for the win.

The Indians and Giants were set to face each other during the week of June 1. Check back here for the results of that game and to find out which team will be division champions.
The Yankees and Cardinals will go on to represent DMLL in the Coast Cities tournament in mid-June.

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