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Major League Baseball is facing criticism after video shows a group of Little League players sticking a cotton-like material on a Black teammates head. The incident drew harsh backlash on social media after being broadcast on ESPN during the Little League World Series, but Little League officials said there was no “ill-intent” despite the incident looking “racially insensitive.”