The 1991 Little League World Series took place between August 20 and August 24 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Hsi Nan Little League of Taichung, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) defeated the San Ramon Valley Little League of Danville, California in the championship game of the 45th Little League World Series.
Jason Marquis pitched for the South Shore American Little League in the 1991 Little League World Series and the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2004 MLB World Series.
1991 American League Championship Series - 1991 was released on: USA: October 1991
1991 National League Championship Series - 1991 was released on: USA: 9 October 1991
World League Soccer happened in 1991.
Game 1 of the 1991 World Series was played on October 19.
Jack Morris of the Minnesota Twins won the World Series MVP award in 1991.
The Minnesota Twins won both the 1987, and the 1991 World Series.
World League Soccer was created on 1991-09-20.
World League of American Football was created in 1991.
Yes ... current MLB players (2011 season) that played in the Little League World Series are ... 1) Jason Bay, New York Mets - played for Canada in the 1990 LLWS. 2) Jason Marquis, Arizona Diamondbacks - played for the South Shore Little League team from Staten Island, New York in the 1991 LLWS. 3) Sean Burroughs, Arizona Diamondbacks - played for Long Beach Little League from Long Beach, California in the 1992 and 1993 LLWS. 4) Jason Varitek, Boston Red Sox - played for the Altamonte Springs Little League from Altamonte Springs, Florida in the 1984 LLWS.
That was the 1991 Atlanta Braves who went 65-97 in 1990 and then went 94-68 in 1991 and made the World Series. Ironically, the team they played in the 1991 World Series, the Minnesota Twins, were the last place team in the AL West in 1990 (74-88).
Jack Morris was the winning pitcher in game 7, of the 1991 World Series.