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    Quote Originally Posted by ClownPickle View Post
    Because they are in LA.
    So? The World Series home games in SF start at 8. They are all but ensuring that the entire Eastern half of the country will be asleep when it ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72 View Post
    So? The World Series home games in SF start at 8. They are all but ensuring that the entire Eastern half of the country will be asleep when it ends.
    The WBC is not for the United States.
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    We have Bonus Cantos in Chavez Ravine.

    The Netherlands and Puerto Rico are tied 3-3 heading into the 10th.

    The Dutch drew first blood in the top of the first inning when Wladimir Balentien smacked his fourth home run and his 12th RBI with a two-run homer to give the Netherlands a 2-0 lead.

    However, Houston Astros third baseman Carlos Correa tied the game at 2-2 in the bottom of the first with his two-run bomb. Correa has three home runs and nine RBIs in the tournament.

    Puerto Rico took their first lead of the ballgame in the bottom of the second inning when New York Mets infielder T.J. Rivera connected on his second dinger of the tournament, a solo shot as Puerto Rico led 3-2 after two innings.

    Netherlands starter Rick van den Hurk was lifted after two innings giving up five hits and three runs and two homers.

    The Dutch bullpen carried van den Hurk though as they pitched seven innings of shutout ball with Jair Jurrjens pitched 2 and a 1/3 innings, Shairon Martis 1 and 2/3, Tom Stuifbergen two innings and Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Janssen pitched an inning while those four relievers combined for five strikeouts.

    That allowed the Dutch to tie the game at 3-3 in the fifth inning when Cincinnati Reds minor-league catcher Shawn Zarraga delivered an RBI single that scored Balentien.

    However, there was a review with a home plate collision where Jonathan Schoop was called out at the plate. Terrific defense by the Puerto Ricans who turned three double plays, threw out two runners and had a pickoff.

    The Dutch fielders also turn two double plays in the game.
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    Onto the 11th we go in Dodger Stadium.

    NED 3, PUR 3

    The Dutch will have runners on first and second to start the 11th and Seattle Mariners reliever Edwin Diaz will pitch his second inning of the game. Diaz struck out the side in the 10th, but Puerto Rico failed to capitalize when Correa grounded into a double play after a leadoff single from Francisco Lindor.
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    Now Puerto Rico has a chance to book a spot in the Championship Game!

    Curt Smith grounded into the Netherlands' fourth double play tonight despite having the bases loaded and one out after a sacrifice bunt from Stijn van der Meer and Yurendell DeCaster was intentionally walked.

    Puerto Rico will now have runners on first and second to start off the bottom of the 11th and Yadier Molina will be the batter.
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    Puerto Rico wins!

    Puerto Rico will go to the Championship Game on Wednesday with a walkoff!

    Minnesota Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario, who was 0 for 4 coming into this at-bat, delivers the game-winning sacrifice fly to center.
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    Poor Netherlands.

    The Kingdom went 3 for 6 with RISP and had a tremendous effort tonight turning three double plays.

    However, Puerto Rico just had a little more extra in all phases: offense, pitching and defense. The United States commonwealth island has a chance to have a perfect 8-0 tournament if they can beat the winner of the second semifinal between the United States and Japan in the 2017 World Baseball Classic Championship Game on Wednesday.

    Only the Dominican Republic has won a title with a perfect 8-0 record in WBC play.

    Puerto Rico's defense tonight had four double plays with two of them from the bat of Curt Smith, two outfield assists and a pickoff.

    For the tournament, Puerto Rico has 10 double plays, four outfield assists and a pickoff.

    As for the offense, Puerto Rico went 1 for 6 with RISP tonight, but scored the walkoff run thanks to Eddie Rosario's sac fly.

    Seattle Mariners reliever Edwin Diaz gets the win with two scoreless innings tonight, one walk and three strikeouts.

    If it's Japan vs. Puerto Rico on Wednesday, we're going to have two 7-0 teams squaring off in the Grand Final inside Dodger Stadium.

    If it's the United States vs. Puerto Rico, then it will be their sixth meeting head-to-head in the World Baseball Classic with the first game with the WBC title on the line. The two split the two meetings in the Second Double Elimination Rounds in 2009 and 2013 with the United States advancing to the Final Four in 2009 while Puerto Rico advanced to the Final Four in 2013.
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    BB55's Primer - 2017 World Baseball Classic: Championship Round

    Semifinal #2: United States vs. Japan
    March 20, 2017 9 PM ET/6 PM PT Los Angeles (Dodger Stadium)

    Overview: Team USA manager Jim Leyland is no stranger to success. After all, his tough love approach gave him three Major League Baseball Manager of the Year awards, three League pennants with one in the National League and two in the American League in 1997 with the Florida/Miami Marlins 2006 and 2012 with the Detroit Tigers and a MLB World Championship in 1997 as Marlins skipper.

    Leyland has guided the United States national baseball team to their second World Baseball Classic Championship Round and the Americans are on a high after eliminating the defending World Baseball Classic champion Dominican Republic in the Second Round after a 6-3 victory highlighted by Adam Jones' incredible home-run robbing grab.

    However, standing in the Americans' way of their first World Baseball Classic Championship Game appearance in their history is two-time World Baseball Classic champions Japan who is no stranger on this field in Chavez Ravine.

    The team from the Land of the Rising Sun beat the Americans in the 2009 semifinals 9-4 en route to their second straight title in a extra-inning thriller over their rival and neighbor South Korea inside Dodger Stadium.

    The 2017 Japanese team is 7-0 in the tournament and their offense is led by Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters first baseman/outfielder Sho Nakata and Yokohama DeNA Bay Stars outfielder Yo................omo Tsutsugoh. Nakata and Tsutsugoh each led Japan with three home runs and eight RBIs.

    But Nakata and Tsutsugoh are not the only Japanese players raking the ball. Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks infielder Nobuhiro Matsuda is batting .400 with seven RBIs while Yomiuri Giants catcher Seiji Kobayashi is batting .444 with six RBIs and Tokyo Yakult Swallows infielder Tetsuto Yamada adds a .320 batting clip with two dingers and five RBIs.

    The United States offense needs to better where they hit .248 through six games and have a .222 slugging percentage. Jones and Buster Posey leads Team USA with two bombs, but Jones is hitting .222 while Posey has a .273 clip while Giancarlo Stanton, despite his blast against the Dominicans, is hitting .214.

    That doesn't bode well facing a deep Japanese bullpen who have versatile deliveries led by Kazuhisa Makita, Ryo Akiyoshi and Yoshihisa Hirano and if Yomiuri Giants ace starter Tomoyuki Sugano can fix his command, the American bats will be punchless.

    In order for the Americans to reach the final, Jones, Posey, Stanton, Ian Kinsler and Andrew McCutchen must have better production to go along with the most reliable bats of Eric Hosmer, Brandon Crawford and Christian Yelich.

    Key Matchup: Pitching
    The United States pitchers need to have big games as well. Leyland is rolling the dice with Tanner Roark as his starter against the mighty Japanese lineup who are hitting .319 and have the most homers in the tournament with 10. All the pressure is on Roark since Chris Archer is back with the Tampa Bay Rays and Danny Duffy has already two starts in the tournament.

    Not only Roark has to pitch well, the United States bullpen needs to be very sharp.

    Sam Dyson, Pat Neshek and Luke Gregerson have been Leyland's best options out of the pen along with Tyler Clippard, but Andrew Miller and David Robertson have been shaky. With Mark Melancon on board, looks like less roles for Miller and Robertson.

    As for Japan, look for a lot of mix and matching that will keep the American bats off balance and frustrated.

    Dodgers blogger Daniel Brim said it best about the Japanese bullpen
    https://medium.com/@DanielBrim/some-...f07#.1o9d5i3vf

    Prediction: If the United States want to win the World Baseball Classic for the first time in 2017, they have to go through a very tough and nasty gauntlet.

    They passed the first leg eliminating the Dominicans in the Second Round.

    The Americans are capable of making magical winning moments like their walkoff win in the First Round against Colombia, scoring four runs in the seventh and eighth innings against Venezuela in the second round and their dramatic win over the Dominicans.

    However in the Championship Round, Team USA needs to play their absolute best baseball in all facets of the game against two undefeated and well-rounded teams in Japan and Puerto Rico and beat those two to win the title. Basically, Leyland and the Americans have to play flawless, effective, professional baseball against arguably the two best teams in the tournament in order to win the WBC title.

    I don't see it against a mighty Japan squad gunning for their third WBC title in a potential clash against fellow unbeatens Puerto Rico on Wednesday.

    BB55's Pick: Japan over the United States.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDPNYY View Post
    The WBC is not for the United States.
    OK fine but how does a 9 PM start help the rest of the baseball world?

    The game also starts at 9 in DR, Curašao and Venezuela.
    3 AM in the Netherlands and Italy.
    5 AM in Israel
    9-11 AM in Australia and the Far East.

    Seems like the start time is only catering to Mexico and the Western half of the USA.

    MLB runs the WBC, they have to power to set the start time.
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    The game ended here at 2:30 last night, pretty brutal.

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    So we're starting Roark over Archer in an elimination game, mostly because Roark needs the work. This is why it's hard for me to take the WBC seriously even though I genuinely like the idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NelsonMuntz View Post
    So we're starting Roark over Archer in an elimination game, mostly because Roark needs the work. This is why it's hard for me to take the WBC seriously even though I genuinely like the idea.
    It's because Archer returned to the Rays during the 2nd pool round and started last Thursday and would only be available for the finals tomorrow (if they are to win at 2:30 am tomorrow). Maybe they weren't expecting Archer to pitch on the 16th for the Rays, IDK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72 View Post
    It's because Archer returned to the Rays during the 2nd pool round and started last Thursday and would only be available for the finals tomorrow (if they are to win at 2:30 am tomorrow). Maybe they weren't expecting Archer to pitch on the 16th for the Rays, IDK.
    Ah you're right -- if he returned it would be for the finals, not tonight's game. Still, it's the same premise for the finals. I'd rather have Archer starting than Stroman. Supposedly Archer really wanted to pitch but he was told to stay in Florida with the Rays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NelsonMuntz View Post
    Ah you're right -- if he returned it would be for the finals, not tonight's game. Still, it's the same premise for the finals. I'd rather have Archer starting than Stroman. Supposedly Archer really wanted to pitch but he was told to stay in Florida with the Rays.
    With all the pitchers who have blown off team USA they really should have better handled one of the best USA born pitchers who wants to be there.
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    How often do you see rain at Dodger Stadium?

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    Is Bruce Bochum managing the 9th inning for Japan?
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    The rematch between the mainland and the commonwealth is back on!

    The United States outlast and eliminate Japan 2-1 to advance to their first ever World Baseball Classic Championship Game appearance.

    The Americans will take on 2013 World Baseball Classic runner-up Puerto Rico tomorrow night at Dodger Stadium.
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    Washington Nationals pitcher Tanner Roark and Yomiuri Giants hurler Tomoyuki Sugano
    matched zeros in the first three innings.

    Team USA drew first blood in the top of the fourth inning when Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder Andrew McCutchen delivered an RBI single after Hiroshima Toyo Carp infielder Ryosuke Kikuchi had a fielding error that allowed Christian Yelich to reach second.

    Kikuchi made up for that fielding error though when he tied the game at 1-1 in the bottom of the sixth inning with his first home run of the tournament off Chicago White Sox reliever Nate Jones.

    However, the United States bullpen neutralized the formidable Japanese bats as the two-time World Baseball Classic champions went 0 for 5 with runners in scoring position and had their main hitters, Sho Nakata, Yo................omo Tsutsugoh, Nobuhiro Matsuda and Seiji Kobayashi were a combined 2 for 13 tonight.

    Cleveland Indians lefty Andrew Miller cleaned up Jones' by getting the last two outs in the sixth. Texas Rangers pitcher Sam Dyson, who got the win, pitched a scoreless seventh and San Francisco Giants closer Mark Melancon and Philadelphia Phillies sidearm reliever Pat Neshek held down the fort in the eighth.

    That allowed Baltimore Orioles centerfielder Adam Jones to poke in a run in the top of eighth inning for the Americans with an RBI groundout.

    The Americans went 1 for 9 with runners in scoring position against Japan, but scored two runs.

    Houston Astros reliever Luke Gregerson pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning to earn his third save of the tournament as the Americans will take on mighty Puerto Rico, the only undefeated team remaining in the tournament, in the Grand Finale Wednesday night.
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    So has Tomoyuki Sugano ever been posted? He looks like he could excel in the majors. He's only 27. Here are his Japan league stats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72 View Post
    With all the pitchers who have blown off team USA they really should have better handled one of the best USA born pitchers who wants to be there.
    Agreed. So now we have Stroman (who got rocked a few days ago when he faced this same PR lineup) going tonight instead of Archer. Makes no sense. Would be nice to have Bumgarner or Kershaw toeing the rubber for us tonight, wouldn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NelsonMuntz View Post
    Agreed. So now we have Stroman (who got rocked a few days ago when he faced this same PR lineup) going tonight instead of Archer. Makes no sense. Would be nice to have Bumgarner or Kershaw toeing the rubber for us tonight, wouldn't it?
    Neither Stroman or Archer had great 2016 seasons, both with an ERA over 4 and WHIP over 1.2, 1.5 WAR. Surprisingly last nights starter Roark quietly had a great 2016 with a 5.5 WAR and a sub 3 ERA. Kind of wish he was starting tonight.

    The USA hitters need to hit Lugo hard to win. I predict Miller closes out the game with the first USA WBC title.
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    BB55's Primer - 2017 World Baseball Classic: Championship Round

    Championship Game: USA v. PUR
    March 22, 2017 9 PM ET/6 PM PT Los Angeles (Dodger Stadium)

    Overview: It's the mainland vs. the commonwealth island in the 2017 World Baseball Classic Championship Game inside Los Angeles' Dodgers Stadium between the United States and Puerto Rico.

    These two teams will meet in their sixth World Baseball Classic game against each other with the first time in a title decider.

    History showed in their four previous meetings before the 2017 tournament that the winner of the first game between the two countries hasn't fared well in the second meeting.

    In 2009, the Puerto Ricans blew out the Americans in the Second Round Preliminaries via the Mercy Rule 11-1 in seven innings, but Team USA eliminated them 6-5 stunning them with three runs in the bottom of the ninth in Miami after trailing 5-3 in the top of the ninth. The United States went on to finish fourth in the 2009 tournament after losing 9-4 to eventual winners Japan in the semifinals.

    In 2013, the United States defeated Puerto Rico 7-1 in the preliminary round, but the Puerto Ricans returned the favor, eliminating the Americans 4-3 in Miami en route to their runners-up finish to the Dominican Republic in AT&T Park.

    Three keys for Puerto Rico tonight
    1. Seth Lugo and Edwin Diaz
    - Lugo has stellar numbers in the World Baseball Classic so far including a win against the United States in the second round where he pitched 5 and 2/3 innings yielding three runs on five hits including two home runs and had two strikeouts. Lugo is going for a 3-0 record in the tournament and it's up to the American bats to make the New York Mets prospect work and get him out of rhythm in order to have more success.

    As for Diaz, the Seattle Mariners reliever is looking for his third save and along with Hector Santiago, those two form a pretty good 1-2 punch in the back end of the Puerto Rico bullpen that can match the United States bullpen.

    2. Continue to find ways to do the little things right
    - The Puerto Ricans have a massive, talented and veteran savvy lineup led by Houston Astros third baseman Carlos Correa who has a case for tournament MVP who is leading his team with three home runs and nine RBIs.

    But Correa is not alone. The Puerto Ricans have a tremendous amount of depth that is gunning for a perfect 8-0 tournament. Correa's Astros teammate Carlos Beltran leads the team with a .476 hitting clip and they also more key bats in Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor and St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina.

    And don't forget their spare parts in Chicago Cubs second baseman Javier Baez and Minnesota Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario.

    3. Wrapping up the perfect 8-0 tournament with flair and style.
    - The Puerto Ricans have been doing with their flashy defense, explosive and timely hitting and effective pitching.

    Edwin Rodriguez would like to help Puerto Rico accomplish their goal and be the second team after the Dominican Republic in 2013 to win the World Baseball Classic title undefeated.

    Three keys for the United States tonight
    1. Pitching
    - Which Marcus Stroman will show up? Will it be the Toronto Blue Jays pitcher who struggled against Puerto Rico allowing four runs and eight hits with a walk and two strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings or will it be Stroman who did well against the Dominicans where he pitched four shutout innings with three hits and four strikeouts?

    Also, the American bullpen, who were terrific against mighty Japan giving up one run in five innings of relief with Luke Gregerson earning his third save of the tournament, needs to continue their effectiveness against a heavy duty Puerto Rican lineup.

    2. Their big bats need to step up
    - In a matchup where the little things matter, scoring runs with runners in scoring position will be one of the major keys for both teams. The Americans found a way to score two runs in runners in scoring position with some luck involved against Japan.

    The Americans are also capable of scoring runs in the seventh inning or later where they have 11, but Puerto Rico has the most with 20.

    Jim Leyland also hopes that Giancarlo Stanton, Andrew McCutchen, Buster Posey and Adam Jones put their games together effectively and chip in the finale to go along with the steady bats of Brandon Crawford, Eric Hosmer and Christian Yelich.

    3. Ride the winning momentum to the title
    - USA Baseball picked Leyland as their skipper for a reason: to win big games that led them to titles.

    Leyland has done it before taking three teams to the World Series with a title in 1997 with the Florida/Miami Marlins.

    If the United States beat Puerto Rico tonight, the Americans will complete an impressive underdog, winning run to the 2017 title beating and eliminating the defending WBC champion Dominican Republic and two previously undefeated teams looking to complete a perfect tournament with a title in Japan and Puerto Rico.

    Prediction: It's very tough game to call with both teams hungry for their first ever WBC title.

    There's no doubt that Puerto Ricans are the favorite since they beat the Americans the first time and would like to start hot and silence the U.S. crowd in Dodger Stadium early en route to complete a perfect 8-0 title run.

    However, I see Leyland and the Americans have one more magical winning moment left in them especially they're trying to emulate the 2007 and 2011 New York Giants and 2011 St. Louis Cardinals as teams who were doubted and left for dead, but came back with their never say die spirit and tactics at the right time to pull off an incredible title run.

    I'm going with the underdog Americans in a thriller.

    BB55's Pick: United States over Puerto Rico.
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    So is there a rule that Pat Neshak has to pitch in every game for team USA?
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    Wow I was not expecting that.
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    So the U.S. guys know how to play baseball after all! Damb.

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