Little League gets it all wrong in changing age requirements

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Little League announced Thursday that it will eliminate 13-year-olds from the division that plays in its annual World Series, making it a 12-and-under competition.

In light of the ugly boundary scandal that cost Jackie Robinson West its national title a year ago, wouldn’t it be better if Little League phased out adults?

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