World Beaters is an ESPN Films documentary that chronicles Maine-Endwill and the enchanting history of the Little League Baseball World Series tournament. M-E is an undefeated team from the southern tier of New York State, and becomes the smallest community ever to win the Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania in 2016.

World Beaters (2017) Documentary | 13 August 2017 (USA)
Director: Jonathan HockWriters: Jonathan HockSummary: World Beaters tells the enchanting history of the Little League Baseball World Series tournament in which Maine-Endwell, an undefeated team from the southern tier of New York State, becomes the smallest community ever to win the Series. The documentary brings the pure love of baseball to life through appearances from current and former Little League and MLB players. Maine-Endwell didn't just win the 2016 Little League World Series. By beating the favored team from Seoul, South Korea (2-1) in the championship game, they completed a perfect season, ended Asia's string of four straight titles and put the "Little" back in an event that began in Williamsport in 1947 with regional teams and now attracts a worldwide audience of more than two million viewers. How did they do it?
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