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USA drops to No. 4 in IBAF World Rankings

Rollins named shortstop on All-Classic Team

• National Team to play NECBL All-Stars

IBAF to add women to Olympic bid

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World Baseball Classic in the News

Schmidt on Classic's future

Fehr: Classic an int'l hit

Selig: Classic to get 'bigger'

Robertson: Classic making headway in U.S.

Bondy: We should think 'world' of Classic



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World Baseball Classic team finishes fourth
Team USA made a successful run in the 2009 World Baseball Classic, finishing fourth overall in the 16-team tournament. Tallying victories over Canada and Venezuela in Toronto in the First Round, the U.S. defeated the Netherlands and Puerto Rico in Round 2 to punch its ticket to the semis in Los Angeles, where the team fell to Japan, the eventual champions. Mark DeRosa led Team USA with nine RBIs. Jimmy Rollins had a team-high 18 total bases. (AP) More »

USAB's '09 Spring Training Clinic a success
USA Baseball and the Town of Cary hosted the 2009 Spring Training Clinic, Saturday, April 4, 2009, at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C. The clinic featured a number of stations, including Quickball, fielding, throwing and hitting as the baseball community reached out to the local youth. USA Baseball clinics, run by some of baseball's most respected teachers, continue throughout the spring and summer. (Bradley Young) More »

16U's Sanchez to lead Athlete Prospect Camp
George Sanchez, the 2009 USA Baseball 16U National Team head coach, will lead the USA Baseball Athlete Prospect Camp, which will be held at the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners Spring Training Complex in Peoria, Ariz., from June 16-18. The Athlete Prospect Camp will focus on the advanced high school player looking to play at the collegiate or pro level, and campers will learn the USA Baseball philosophy and National Team routines. (Dave Reed) More »

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