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Chula Vista's All-Stars Living Large After Winning Little League Crown

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Chula Vista's All-Stars Living Large After Winning Little League Crown

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Chula Vista's All-Stars Living Large After Winning Little League Crown

Aug. 31: Chula Vista, Calif., little league baseball players hold up a championship banner at a rall i

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Aug. 31: Chula Vista, Calif., little league baseball players hold up a championship banner at a rall

They're the champs.

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The wonderful story of the Park View All-Stars from Chula Vista, Calif., and their Little League World Series Championship continues.

Last night, the champs were on NBC-TV's The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien.

The day before, they were hailed as returning heroes when they got to Hilltop Middle School in their home town. Reporter Ana Tintocalis of KPBS-radio was there:

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Tonight, they get a parade in Chula Vista. KPBS' Tintocalis will be on All Things Considered later to report more on the boys' sudden fame and the joy they've brought to their mostly working-class, heavily immigrant home town.

Here's how ESPN's SportsCenter wrapped up the All-Stars' win:

Update at 4:45 p.m. ET. Here's how Ana begins her report on today's ATC:

Chula Vista's All-Stars Living Large After Winning Little League Crown

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