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Chicago players watch as South Korea players celebrate after winning the championship baseball game at the Little League World Series baseball game in South Williamsport, Pa., Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. South Korea won 8-4.
Chicago players watch as South Korea players celebrate after winning the championship baseball game at the Little League World Series baseball game in South Williamsport, Pa., Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. South Korea won 8-4.
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South Korea's Hae Chan Choi celebrates after his team won the championship baseball game against Chicago. South Korea won 8-4.
South Korea's Hae Chan Choi celebrates after his team won the championship baseball game against Chicago. South Korea won 8-4.
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South Korea's Hae Chan Choi, center, celebrates with catcher Sang Hoon Han after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
South Korea's Hae Chan Choi, center, celebrates with catcher Sang Hoon Han after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
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South Korea's Hae Chan Choi, left, celebrates with catcher Sang Hoon Han, center, and Shane Jaemin Kim (17) after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
South Korea's Hae Chan Choi, left, celebrates with catcher Sang Hoon Han, center, and Shane Jaemin Kim (17) after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
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South Korea's Hae Chan Choi, top center, celebrates with teammates after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
South Korea's Hae Chan Choi, top center, celebrates with teammates after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
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Edna Campbell of Chciago, left, and governor candidate Bruce Rauner cheer for the Jackie Robinson West team.
Edna Campbell of Chciago, left, and governor candidate Bruce Rauner cheer for the Jackie Robinson West team.
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Members of the Chicago team look out of the dugout in the sixth inning.
Members of the Chicago team look out of the dugout in the sixth inning.
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Chicago's Trey Hondras, left, scores ahead of the throw to South Korea catcher Sang Hoon Han (5) in the sixth inning of the Little League World Series.
Chicago's Trey Hondras, left, scores ahead of the throw to South Korea catcher Sang Hoon Han (5) in the sixth inning of the Little League World Series.
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South Korea's Tae Min Moon (14) leads his teammates in a victory lap around Howard J. Lamade stadium after winning 8-4 over Chicago in the Little League World Series championship baseball game.
South Korea's Tae Min Moon (14) leads his teammates in a victory lap around Howard J. Lamade stadium after winning 8-4 over Chicago in the Little League World Series championship baseball game.
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The South Korea team takes a victory lap around the warning track at Howard J. Lamade Stadium while celebrating their 8-4 win over Chicago.
The South Korea team takes a victory lap around the warning track at Howard J. Lamade Stadium while celebrating their 8-4 win over Chicago.
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The South Korea team bows to fans parents on the hillside overlooking Howard J. Lamade Stadium while celebrating an 8-4 win over Chicago in the Little League World Series championship baseball game.
The South Korea team bows to fans parents on the hillside overlooking Howard J. Lamade Stadium while celebrating an 8-4 win over Chicago in the Little League World Series championship baseball game.
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After the loss by the Jackie Robinson West team in the Little League World Serties, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, at the Salvation Army Kkroc Community Center in Chicago, acknowledges their accomplishments and says he's proud of how the  team represented the city.
After the loss by the Jackie Robinson West team in the Little League World Serties, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, at the Salvation Army Kkroc Community Center in Chicago, acknowledges their accomplishments and says he's proud of how the team represented the city.
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The Chicago team lines up to shake hands after the 8-4 loss to South Korea.
The Chicago team lines up to shake hands after the 8-4 loss to South Korea.
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Chicago's Trey Hondras, left, stands in the dugout with teammates Brandon Green, bottom, Lawrence Noble, rear, and  Joshua Houston (17) in the sixth inning.
Chicago's Trey Hondras, left, stands in the dugout with teammates Brandon Green, bottom, Lawrence Noble, rear, and Joshua Houston (17) in the sixth inning.
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South Korea's Dong Wan Sin, center, rounds the bases as Chicago's Cameron Bufford (10) watches after hitting a solo home run off Chicago's Brandon Green in the fifth inning of the Little League World Series championship.
South Korea's Dong Wan Sin, center, rounds the bases as Chicago's Cameron Bufford (10) watches after hitting a solo home run off Chicago's Brandon Green in the fifth inning of the Little League World Series championship.
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Chicagoans Beverly Harris, left, and Kameron Betton are worried as they watch the Jackie Robinson West team in their last at-bat in the Little League World Series as they watched at the Salvation Army Kroc Community Center in Chicago Sunday.
Chicagoans Beverly Harris, left, and Kameron Betton are worried as they watch the Jackie Robinson West team in their last at-bat in the Little League World Series as they watched at the Salvation Army Kroc Community Center in Chicago Sunday.
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Timesha Wharton of Chicago prays it's not over for the Jackie Robinson West team in the Little League World Series at the Salvation Army Kroc Community Center in Chicago Sunday.
Timesha Wharton of Chicago prays it's not over for the Jackie Robinson West team in the Little League World Series at the Salvation Army Kroc Community Center in Chicago Sunday.
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The South Korea team celebrates the 8-4 win.
The South Korea team celebrates the 8-4 win.
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The South Korea team bows to their fans and parents in the stands at Howard J. Lamade Stadium after celebrating an 8-4 win over Chicago in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
The South Korea team bows to their fans and parents in the stands at Howard J. Lamade Stadium after celebrating an 8-4 win over Chicago in the Little League World Series championship baseball game against Chicago.
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South Korea's Jun Hyeok Yun (2) tosses his glove in the air after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship.
South Korea's Jun Hyeok Yun (2) tosses his glove in the air after getting the final out of a 8-4 win in the Little League World Series championship.
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