The World Baseball Classic is over and although it wasn’t the result that all of the WBC fans wanted it was an important result for the future of the tournament.
The World Baseball Classic will see two teams enter the final game that have never won a title with both believing they should have had one much earlier and looking to make up for that this time around.
The World Baseball Classic playoffs are here with four teams all looking to take home the title and all are more than deserving of being there making these final two rounds interesting.
The World Baseball Classic is coming to a close as another big game marked the end of the second round and gave insight into the next round of the tournament.
The Semi-Finals are almost entirely determined with a lot of familiar teams in the running leaving some of the countries in need of growth out of the final rounds.
The World Baseball Classic continues to struggle with participation from the MLB but the injuries that are beginning to spring up throughout the tournament making the future look worse for the tournament.
The second round is in full swing as the World Baseball Classic focus shifts to California with four teams looking to make the semi-finals as a clash of cultures continues to play out in the tournament.
The best story in the tournament so far is officially over as Pool E is finished without the Israeli team moving on as the Cinderella story ends in the second round.
Cuba is one of the biggest baseball countries in the world but a commitment to an old policy despite a changing environment continues to cost them a better chance at a title.
The World Baseball Classic quickly became a place to find new talent and as the tournament evolves it is becoming a place for some players to make their way back to the MLB.