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World Baseball Classic keeps growing despite injury risks

This year’s World Baseball Classic left lasting memories, 47 games over two weeks that restored Japan’s supremacy and reinforced Shohei Ohtani’s unmatched ability while expanding the sport’s global footprint More »


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Astros star Altuve has surgery on broken thumb, a WBC injury

Houston Astros star Jose Altuve has had surgery on his broken right thumb More »


Japanese beating Americans in baseball is must-see viewing

Japanese television stuck to its live coverage from Miami for almost two hours after Japan beat the United States 3-2 to win the World Baseball Classic More »


Ohtani fans Trout, Japan tops US 3-2 for WBC championship

Shohei Ohtani emerged from the bullpen and fanned Los Angeles Angels teammate Mike Trout for the final out in a matchup the whole baseball world wanted to see, leading Japan over the defending champion United States 3-2 for its first World Baseball Classic title since 2009 More »


All-Stars of Team USA outmatched, outpitched in WBC final

Team USA fielded a World Baseball Classic roster brimming with All-Star names from Trea Turner to Mookie Betts to Mike Trout More »


Phillies won't put Harper on 60-day IL; Dbacks lose catcher

The Philadelphia Phillies aren't putting Bryce Harper on the 60-day injured list at the start of the season More »


Urías lined up to start Dodgers' opener; Kershaw `excited'

Julio Urías is lined up to pitch for the Los Angeles Dodgers on opening day — and that’s just fine with teammate Clayton Kershaw More »


Ohtani ready to pitch vs Trout, USA in relief at WBC final

That matchup between Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani in the World Baseball Classic may not happen More »


Ohtani, Japan rally in 9th, edge Mexico 6-5, reach WBC final

Shohei Ohtani sparked a ninth-inning rally with a leadoff double, and Munetaka Murakami hit a walk-off, two-run double to lift Japan over Mexico 6-5 and into the World Baseball Classic final More »


Mexico considers World Baseball Classic a win despite loss

Randy Arozarena's strong performance wasn't enough for Mexico at the World Baseball Classic, where Japan rallied for a 6-5 win to reach the final against the United States More »


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