Chinese Taipei won an eight-inning drama against Korea, Japan defeated China in five innings. The two National Teams join Germany and Italy, that qualified out of the European Championship earlier this Summer
Even during a challenging tournament season, WBSC supports the development of baseball and softball. An envoy coach held a course for 22 players and coaches of the Federation Baseball & Softball Ukraine
Media registration is now open for the WBSC Baseball Europe/Africa Qualifying Event for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020, which is scheduled for 18-22 September in the Italian cities of Bologna and Parma.
FEDEBEIS, the Baseball Federation of Panama, announced the 20-man roster that manager Dimàs Ponce will lead to the U-18 Baseball World Cup in Gijang, South Korea. It features six players under contract with MLB organizations
Asian superpowers Chinese Taipei and Japan both threw no-hitters in their openers against respective opponents Hong Kong and Philippines, while Korea allowed only one hit in a 27-0 victory over Indonesia.
Former Major League Baseball (MLB) slugger and MVP Juan Gonzalez has been named the manager of the Puerto Rican National Team in November’s WBSC Premier12, the biggest international baseball event of the year and Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifier, the Puerto Rican Baseball Federation announced.
USA earned the WBSC U-19 Women’s Softball World Cup for the third time in a row with a come from behind, walk off win over Japan, 4-3, in the bottom of the eighth inning. USA is the first nation ever to complete the three-peat in this age category.
Francesca Hammoude stepped to the batter box with two runners on and her National Team trailing 3-0. She drove the third pitch she saw beyond the left-field fence for a game-tying home run. Echols went inches from walking it off, then scored the World Championship run
Canada had never earned a medal at the Junior or U-19 women’s softball world level. After taking an early lead, Canada stopped Australia’s comeback attempt with hard-throwing reliever Madelyn Hickingbottom
Japan plated 9 runs and sent 13 batters to the plate in the 1st inning as Japan defeated Mexico 11-0 in four innings. Japan secured the second place in the Super Round and tomorrow will be paying the World Championship Game against USA.