SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — Little League Baseball will use instant replay at this year's World Series to review questionable home runs and other close plays at the outfield fence, beating the major leagues in instituting a system to review disputed calls.

The limited replay system would be in place on an experimental basis when the 2008 tournament begins Aug. 15 and will be re-evaluated following the series, Little League president Stephen Keener said Tuesday.

Replay would be used "to overturn an obvious wrong," said Dennis Lewin, chairman of Little League's Board of Directors.

The rule limits replay to instances in which a batted ball "leaves the field of play at or near the outfield fence, or should have been ruled out of the field of play" at or near the fence.