|1955 Little League World Series|
|Dates||August 23–August 26|
|Champion|| Morrisville Little League|
|Runner-up|| Delaware Township Little League|
Delaware Township, New Jersey
The 1955 Little League World Series was held from August 23 to August 26 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Morrisville Little League of Morrisville, Pennsylvania, defeated Delaware Township Little League of Delaware Township, New Jersey, in the championship game of the 9th Little League World Series.
This was the first time that the Little League World Series title was won with a walk-off home run, hit by Rich Cominski in the bottom of the 7th inning. Attendees at the final game included former General of the Army George Marshall and Governor of Pennsylvania George M. Leader.
|San Diego, California|
|Delaware Township, New Jersey|
|Glens Falls, New York|
Delaware Township was renamed Cherry Hill in November 1961
|August 25 (F/8)|
|August 26 (F/7)|
|August 26 (F/7)|
|1955 Little League World Series Champions|
Morrisville Little League
- Billy Hunter of Delaware Township went on to play in the National Football League, and later served as executive director of the National Basketball Players Association; he was inducted to the Little League Hall of Excellence in 2000.
- "Eight Finalists Open Little League Series". The News-Herald. Franklin, Pennsylvania. UP. August 23, 1955. p. 14. Retrieved August 25, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
- Lundquist, Carl (August 27, 1955). "Morrisville Tops Del. Twp. For Little League Title, 4-3". The Philadelphia Inquirer. UP. p. 16. Retrieved August 25, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
- "Hall of Excellence". Little League Baseball. Retrieved August 25, 2018.
- Horner, Mike (August 7, 1989). "Summers of '55 and '56: The times of our lives". Courier-Post. Camden, New Jersey. p. 5C. Retrieved August 25, 2018 – via newspapers.com.
- Horner, Mike (August 7, 1989). "Little League memories still burn". Courier-Post. Camden, New Jersey. p. 6C. Retrieved August 25, 2018 – via newspapers.com.