August 26, 1989: Chris Drury pitches a five-hitter and has two RBI to help the team from Trumbull, Connecticut, beat Chinese Taipei 5-2 in the championship game at the Little League World Series.
Trumbull is the first U.S. team win the Little League World Series since 1983. Teams representing Chinese Taipei had won the previous three World Series and 13 titles since 1969.
Drury became a bigger star in hockey. He won the Hobey Baker as the nation's top college player at Boston University. He also helped the Terriers win the NCAA title as a freshman.
He won a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche. He won two silver medals in the Olympics for the U.S. And he became captain of the New York Rangers.