Weather brings Little League World Series postponement for Michigan champ

Taylor North’s favorite words are “Play ball!”So the Michigan state champion wasn’t thrilled to hear they would have no baseball Sunday. Inclement weather rolled through Williamsport, Pennsylvania, throwing off the schedule at the Little League World Series and prompting officials to postpone Taylor North’s clash with Texas state champion Abilene Wylie to 1 p.m. Monday. Updated Little League World Series pairings and resultsWhile the weather was clearing up at Lamade Stadium, the decision was made to postpone the final two games of the day so the players could attend the Los Angeles Angels vs. Cleveland Indians game planned for Sunday evening as part of the MLB Little League Classic. Taylor North, the 13th team from Michigan to qualify for the Little League World Series, opened play with an 8-0 victory over Florida state champion Martin County on Friday. RELATED READINGWith nod to ‘baseball gods,’ Michigan champ wins World Series debutA look at every Little League state champ from Michigan 1952-2019Taylor North strides with pride into World SeriesMichigan champ spins heads with regional crownTaylor North delivers another regional romp to punch World Series ticketMichigan champ shows its moxie to move within one win of World SeriesTaylor North shows no jitters in Great Lakes Regional openerEven World Series hero is fired up for Little League champTaylor North powers to Major Baseball state championship