USA claimed their first WBC title on Wednesday. How would this roster perform during an MLB regular season?
Could Jim Leyland be any different from Colin Kaepernick? Last night, Team USA dominated Puerto Rico 8-0 to win the World Baseball Championship for the first time. Leyland, 72, the Hall of Fame-bound manager and baseball lifer who came out of retirement to manage the U.S. team got emotional in a post-game interview.
There's only one way to celebrate a World Baseball Classic title... CHAMPAGNE SHOWERS!!! There wasn't a dry spot in the locker rooms after Marcus Stroman and Team USA completely dominated Puerto Rico 8-0 to finally bring a WBC title to America.…
Team USA celebrated its World Baseball Classic win over Puerto Rico in the most America way possible. Phillies pitcher Pat Neshek ran from the dugout while players were celebrating on the field, and in his arms was pure patriotism distilled...Show More Summary
“It’s the most fun I’ve ever had playing baseball,” said OF Christian Yelich, and sure, it’s easy to say you had a blast when you win. But after Team USA’s 8-0 win to become World Baseball Classic champs for the first time in the event’s fourth edition, these were also the first words out of the mouth of Puerto Rico… Read more...
Team USA’s bald eagle soared above the new World Baseball Classic champions after the club cruised to an 8-0 win over Puerto Rico Wednesday.
Jim Leyland very nearly broke into tears. USA Baseball had lured Leyland out of retirement to manage in the World Baseball Classic, and Team USA had just won the gold medal. Leyland talked about the honor of managing for his country, of the coaches and players having the honor of representing their...
The United States wrapped up the 2017 World Baseball Classic championship on Wednesday night
It may be considered the national pastime, but in the first three World Baseball Classics the United States was far from dominant. That changed Wednesday night in a lopsided title win.
Thanks to impressive pitching from Marcus Stroman and solid hitting from nearly every player in the lineup, Team USA glided past Puerto Rico 8-0 to win their first Wold Baseball Classic title in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. Read more...
Kinsler says Team USA shows its passion in a different way
Ahead of Team USA’s World Baseball Classic final against Puerto Rico tonight, some American baseball men said some eye-rolling shit. Team USA’s second baseman Ian Kinsler told the New York Times he hoped the team could inspire the youth to Play The Right Way and grow up to be fun-hating baseball men, just like him and… Read more...
By Lauren Neidigh on SwimSwam Texas will look to defend their title in tonight's race, with 3 of Team USA's Olympic gold medalists in the 800 free relay stepping up to the plate for the Longhorns: Townley Haas, Jack Conger, and Clark Smith. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2017 Men’s NCAA Championships: Day 1 Finals Live Recap
Eric Byrnes believes major-leaguers are unpatriotic if they down the opportunity to represent their country.
The Blue Jays' right-hander some years ago indicated he would play for Puerto Rico but later changed his mind
Blue Jays starter who ditched Puerto Rico for U.S. upset as online trolls attack mother
By SwimSwam on SwimSwam Team USA swimmer, Stanford University freshman and two-time Olympian Katie Ledecky, 19, was inducted into the Maryland Women’s Hall of... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Katie Ledecky Inducted Into Maryland Women’s Hall Of Fame
The World Baseball Classic comes to an end Wednesday night, with the 2017 edition an uncharacteristically emotional series in which the starting pitcher for one team is motivated by nasty backlash for his team choice and the other team is inspired by, well, hair dye. Marcus Stroman, the Toronto Blue Jays’ pitcher, had the choice […]
The Nationals' right-hander thrived — and, more importantly, survived — Tuesday night against Japan.
Team USA and Puerto Rico will play for the championship on Wednesday night in Dodger Stadium