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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Salty, May 2, 2010.
Can you believe what the first sentence in the Little League pledge is?
That's like asking if the AWANA organization will be sued because of their pledge:
Little League is a private organization and can have any pledge they wish.
The Japanese teams at the Little League World Series worship the Great Baseball God—a small bust of a Mr. Lamade who donated the land for the field. For some reason they get all excited and run over and bow to the little "idol".
From the Little League website:
"Whether to recite the Little League Pledge, play or sing the National Anthem, or say a prayer, is entirely up to the local league’s board of directors. While many local leagues and districts include a recitation of the Little League Pledge in ceremonies, it is not, and has never been, required to be recited by any person involved with Little League Baseball or Softball. "
Note: bold is my emphasis
I hope not! My young nephews live for everything baseball.