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The article from magazine Bridges (USA):

John J. Chernoski (Černiauskas) and Arvydas Birbalas

Lietuvos Beisbolas
A History


The familiar words of "Tinker, to Evers, to Chance" from the poem, "Baseball 's Sad Lexicon", recall the 1910 Chicago Cubs' famous double play combination and are words recognizable to any diehard American baseball fan. As one travels the globe far from the friendly confines of Wrigley Field to a place in the former Soviet Union, the familiar refrain would be "Stundžia, to Beliauskas, to Kirlys" - the double play combination of the current Lithuanian National Baseball Team. Yes, baseball in Lithuania! Indeed, the 80th anniversary of the introduction of baseball in Lithuania was celebrated in Vilnius in 2002. Lithuania is often associated with the sport of basketball, but Lithuanian baseball and basketball share the same roots - Steponas Darius, a Lithuanian who grew up in Chicago, It is just taking baseball longer to become ingrained in the hearts and minds of the Lithuanian populace.
During the post WWI era, Lithuania reemerged as an independent country after over a century of foreign domination by the Russian and Prussian empires. During the years of foreign rule, many Lithuanians immigrated to the United States. Among these immigrants was the young Steponas Darius.
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Lithuanian Championships
1922 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - LFLS Kaunas
1988 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Auda (Lituanica) Kaunas
1989 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Auda (Lituanica) Kaunas
1990 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Žalgiris (Juodasis vikingas) Vilnius
1991 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Panerys-Deka (Juodasis vikingas) Vilnius
1992 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Panerys (Juodasis vikingas) Vilnius
1993 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Klevas Vilnius
1994 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - FBK Kaunas (Lituanica)
1995 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Klevas Vilnius
1996 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas Vilnius
1997 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas Vilnius
1998 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - FBK Kaunas (Lituanica)
1999 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas Vilnius
2000 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas Vilnius
2001 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas Vilnius
2002 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2003 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2004 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas Vilnius
2005 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2006 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2007 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2008 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas Vilnius
2009 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2010 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2011 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Sporto vilkai Vilnius
2012 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2013 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
2014 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Juodasis vikingas - Sporto vilkai Vilnius
2015 - Lithuanian Championship
Champion - Lituanica Kaunas
Lithuanian National Team
1992 - European Championship B, Mannheim
4th place - Lithuania
1994 - European Championship B, Liubliana
4th place - Lithuania
1996 - European Championship B, Hull
3rd place - Lithuania
1998 - European Championship B, Stockerau, Wien
9th place - Lithuania
2000 - European Championship B, Trnava, Bratislava
3rd place - Lithuania
2002 - European Championship B, Alby, Skarpnäck
5th place - Lithuania
2004 - European Championship B, Rybnik, Zory
3rd place - Lithuania
2006 - European Championship B, Moscow
3rd place - Lithuania
2008 - European Championship B, Karlovac
2nd place - Lithuania
2011 - European Championship B, Tel Aviv
3rd place - Lithuania
2013 - European Championship B, Wien
5th place - Lithuania
2015 - European Championship B, Wien
4th place - Lithuania
Lithuanian Clubs in European Cups Tournaments
1992 - European Cup Pool B, San Marino
2nd place - Panerys (J.vikingas) Vilnius
1992 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, England
3rd place - Auda (Lituanica) Kaunas
1993 - Cupwinners Cup, Spain
7th place - Klevas Vilnius
1993 - C.E.B. Cup, Italy
7th place - Silva (Lituanica) Kaunas
1994 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Germany
2nd place - FBK Kaunas (Lituanica)
1994 - C.E.B. Cup Pool B, Czech Rep
7th place - Panerys (J.vikingas) Vilnius
1995 - European Cup Pool B, Sweden
2nd place - FBK Kaunas (Lituanica)
1995 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Hungary
5th place - Klevas Vilnius
1995 - C.E.B. Cup Pool B, Hungary
1st place - J.vikingas Vilnius
1996 - C.E.B. Cup, Italy
6th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
1997 - C.E.B. Cup, Spain
6th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
1998 - C.E.B. Cup, Russia
7th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
1999 - European Cup Pool B, Belgium
3rd place - FBK Kaunas (Lituanica)
1999 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Belgium
6th place - Vėtra Utena
1999 - C.E.B. Cup, Spain
5th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2000 - C.E.B. Cup Pool B, Czech Rep.
5th place - Vėtra Utena
2001 - European Cup Pool B, Sweden
4th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2001 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Belgium
3rd place - Lituanica Kaunas
2002 - European Cup Pool B, Hungary
4th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2002 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Hungary
2nd place - Lituanica Kaunas
2003 - European Cup Pool B, Sweden
5th place - Lituanica Kaunas
2003 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Czechia
4th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2004 - European Cup Pool B, France
2nd place - Lituanica Kaunas
2004 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Belgium
3rd place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2004 - Cupwinners Cup Pool B, Austria
5th place - Vanagai Vilnius
2005 - European Cup Qualification, Sweden
6th place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2005 - Cupwinners Cup Qualification, Bulgaria
1st place - Lituanica Kaunas
2005 - Cupwinners Cup Qualification, Lithunaia - Utena
3rd place - Vėtra Utena
2006 - Cupwinners Cup, Czechia
4th place - Lituanica Kaunas
2006 - European Cup Qualification, Belarus
3rd place - Vėtra Utena
2006 - Cupwinners Cup Qualification, Serbia
6th place - BK Vilnius - Logipolija
2007 - Cupwinners Cup, Netherlands
7th place - Lituanica Kaunas
2007 - European Cup Qualification, Bulgaria
4th place - BK Vilnius - Logipolija
2007 - C.E.B. Cup Qualification, Poland
3rd place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2008 - European Cup Qualification, Lenkija
1st place - Lituanica Kaunas
2008 - European Cup Qualification, Belarus
5th place - BK Vilnius - Logipolija
2008 - European Cup Qualifications Play-off, Belgium
3rd place - Lituanica Kaunas
2009 - European Cup Qualification, Czechia
3rd place - J.vikingas Vilnius
2010 - European Cup Qualification, Belarus
6th place - Lituanica Kaunas
2011 - European Cup Qualification, Solingen (Germany)
4th place - Lituanica Kaunas
2012 - European Cup Qualification, Trnava (Slovakia)
4th place - Sporto vilkai Vilnius
2013 - European Cup Qualification, Karlovac (Croatia)
5th place - Lituanica Kaunas
2014 - European Cup Qualification, Brest (Belarus)
3rd place - Lituanica Kaunas
2014 - European Cup Qualification, Stockholm (Sweden)
3rd place - BK Vilnius
Lithuanian youths, cadets, juveniles teams in European Championships
2004 - European Championship Juniors (U18) Qualification, Belgium
4th Place - Lithuania
2006 - European Championship Juniors (U18) Qualification, Poland
5th Place - Lithuania
2008 - European Championship Juniors (U18) Qualification, Poland
5th Place - Lithuania
2010 - European Championship Juniors (U18) Qualification, Slovakia
1st Place - Lithuania
2011 - European Championship Juniors (U18), Gijon (Spain)
10th Place - Lithuania
1992 - European Championship Cadets (U15), France
3rd Place - Lithuania
2005 - European Championship Cadets (U15) Qualification, Poland
4th Place - Lithuania
2006 - European Championship Cadets (U15) Qualification, Lithuania - Utena
5th Place - Lithuania
2007 - European Championship Cadets (U15) Qualification, Italy
2nd Place - Lithuania
2008 - European Championship Cadets (U15), Italy
8th Place - Lithuania
2009 - European Championship Cadets (U15) Qualification, Belgium
4th Place - Lithuania
2010 - European Championship Cadets (U15) Qualification, Sweden
2nd Place - Lithuania
2012 - European Championship Cadets (U15) Qualification, Sisak (Croatia)
1st Place - Lithuania
2013 - European Championship Cadets (U15), Nyköping, Botkyrka (Sweden)
5th Place - Lithuania
1992 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Czechoslovakia
5th Place - Lithuania
2001 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Poland
9th Place - Lithuania
2003 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Russia
5th Place - Lithuania
2004 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Slovakia
4th Place - Lithuania
2005 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Moldova
7th Place - Lithuania
2007 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Czechia
4th Place - Lithuania
2008 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Czechia
5th Place - Lithuania
2009 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Bulgaria
5th Place - Lithuania
2010 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Brest (Belarus)
4th Place - Lithuania
2011 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Czechia
3rd Place - Lithuania
2012 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Hluboka nad Vltavou, Zliv (Czechia)
3rd Place - Lithuania
2013 - European Championship Juveniles (U12), Chocen (Czechia)
2nd Place - Lithuania
Links

The International Baseball Federation History
MLB.com: History

WBSC - World Baseball Softball Confederation
CEB - European Baseball Confederation
MLB - Major League Baseball
Little League Baseball