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Topic - Kotaro Kiyomiya
Noriatsu Osaka hit three homers and tripled, and Japan limited Tennessee's potent lineup to two hits in a 12-2 victory Sunday in the Little League World Series title game.
Japan's big bats helped the team from Tokyo earn a trip to the Little League World Seriestitle game.
"As soon as I hit it I knew it was a home run," he said through an interpreter. "That's why I didn't take off quickly."
"I would have like to have hit, but I couldn't come close," Kiyomiya said through an interpreter after chuckling.