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They get to play front of thousands of fans in South Williamsport -- and millions more on TV -- make friends with players from all over the world and live large at the Grove on the LLWS complex.So we asked players from each World Series team team to pose like their favorite superhero, then quizzed them about their experience. What it was like to play in a big stadium in front of all those people? What was their most memorable moment in Williamsport? What was the most fun they had off the field?Here, in their own words -- and native language -- is what that once-in-a-lifetime experience of being a Little Leaguer on a really big stage is like:My favorite super hero is the Flash because I run really fast and I want to be like him! -- Fabian Alejandro Mar, 13, of San Nicolas, MexicoThe positions I play are outfielder, third base, second and pitcher. I got those positions because Im fast and I can play anywhere ... The most fun Ive had [here] is playing Ping-Pong with other teams ... 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