2017 World Baseball Classic Report (Day 5)

With two new pools getting their tournament underway a new wrinkle in the managing of international teams takes full focus as managers try to win but not quite at all costs.

2017 World Baseball Classic Report (Day 4)

As the first round of games closes out in Asia the MLB’s focus shifts to their most important and toughest market for the WBC with teams from the Americas getting ready to start their tournament and hoping to bring some excitement in their own countries.

2017 World Baseball Classic Report (Day 3)

The World Baseball Classic is a clash of international baseball organizations but it also serves as proof that all of the talent in the baseball world may not be located in the MLB with other domestic leagues populating very good teams.

2017 World Baseball Classic Report (Day 2)

As the tournament continues to heat up proof continues to build for a return of baseball in the Olympics as the international game seems to be getting only better and more even.

2017 WBC Preview: Pool D

Pool D in the World Baseball Classic is possibly the most competitive in the tournament as there is a lot of talent in this group making it one of the toughest this year.

2017 WBC Preview: Pool C

Pool C features the one team that everyone looks to every tournament as a favourite and yet can never win along with a defending champion in what could be an interesting pool stage.

2017 WBC Preview: Pool B

Pool B in the World Baseball Classic is a mix of two established powers and two teams still finding their way in the sport in what could be interesting or expected all based on one or two games.

2017 World Baseball Classic Preview

the World Baseball Classic was created to highlight the best baseball teams and talent in the world but nobody expected it to show that other countries are better than the Americans, who have yet ot take a title.

The Gap is Closing (2013 WBC Preview)

The World Baseball Classic is one of the youngest major tournaments in the world and the legend has already grown. In 2005 the IOC would make a major decision that would change the face of international baseball. They would decide that baseball and softball would be removed from the Olympic schedule leaving a massive hole in the baseball world.

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