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Giant Panda wants a worldly ‘Triple Crown’

World Series, Venezuelan championship, WBC title ...
Ryan Vogelsong hopes to pitch the United States into the World Baseball Classic championship game, something the Americans never have done in two tournaments. Pablo Sandoval, who backs Vogelsong with defense during the Major League Baseball season, will represent Venezuela. The World Series champions hope to be crowned world champions all over again, and this time at the San Francisco Giants’ home ballpark.
After two unsuccessful World Baseball Classics, the Americans will turn to Joe Torre to skipper them to their first final four. “I’m not sure that our players weren’t excited,” Torre said of the previous two WBC tournaments. “The guys who have played this before were excited to get back to it.”
For all the added teams and the talking points surrounding the start of this year’s World Baseball Classic, one thing holds true: two-time WBC champion Japan remains the favorite to win the prestigious international tournament.

Giant Panda wants a worldly ‘Triple Crown’

Ryan Vogelsong hopes to pitch the United States into the World Baseball Classic championship game, something the Americans never have done in two tournaments. Pablo Sandoval, who backs Vogelsong with defense during the Major League Baseball season, will represent Venezuela. The World Series champions hope to be crowned world champions all over again, and this time at the San Francisco Giants’ home ballpark.
After two unsuccessful World Baseball Classics, the Americans will turn to Joe Torre to skipper them to their first final four. “I’m not sure that our players weren’t excited,” Torre said of the previous two WBC tournaments. “The guys who have played this before were excited to get back to it.”
For all the added teams and the talking points surrounding the start of this year’s World Baseball Classic, one thing holds true: two-time WBC champion Japan remains the favorite to win the prestigious international tournament.
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