The World Baseball Classic Qualifiers begin this Friday.

Armin-Wolf-Arena The German city of Regensburg will host one of the qualifying rounds of the 2023 World Baseball Classic until the day after tomorrow, September 21.While the second will take place between 30th of this month and 5th October at Rod Carew Stadium in Panama.

The home team will be joined by representatives from the Czech Republic, France, Great Britain, South Africa and Spain at the German headquarters. From their side, the hosts on the Isthmian stage will be Argentina, Brazil, New Zealand, Nicaragua and Pakistan.

The two best teams in each round will win tickets to participate in the largest tournament of national baseball teams, Scheduled for March next year.

As is known, A quarter (7 of 28 elements) of the Spanish squad is made up of players born in Cuba: These are the cases of pitchers Rogelio Armenteros, Armando Dueas, Alien Leva and Yonnar Negrin, catchers Ian Perez and brothers Omar (also catcher) and Frank Hernandez (left fielder).

In addition to Cuba, countries with insured passports are Chinese Taipei, the Netherlands, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Australia, China, Mexico, Colombia, Canada, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, Israel, and the United States. The current champion of the event.

The schedule for the two qualifiers – which will be broadcast on the World Baseball Classic’s YouTube channel and Facebook pages as well as the WorldBaseballClassic.com website and MLB.TV – is as follows:

round of germany

Friday September 16

Game 1: South Africa Vs. Spain

Game 2: Great Britain Vs. France

Saturday September 17

Game 3: The winner of Game 1 Vs. czech republic

Game 4: The winner of Game 2 Vs. Germany

Sunday September 18

Game 5: The Loser vs Game 2 The Loser Game 3

Game 6: Game 1 the loser vs. Game 4 the loser

Tuesday, September 20

Game 7: The winner of Game 5 Vs. game 6 winner

Game 8: The winner of Game 3 Vs. game 4 winner

Wednesday, September 21

Game 9: The winner of Game 7 Vs. game 8 losers

Panama Round

Friday 30 September

Game 1: New Zealand Vs. Brazil.

Game 2: Pakistan Vs. Argentina

Saturday 1 October

Game 3: The winner of Game 1 Vs. Nicaragua

Game 4: The winner of Game 2 Vs. Panama

Sunday 2 October

Game 5: The Loser vs Game 2 The Loser Game 3

Game 6: Game 1 the loser vs. Game 4 the loser

Tuesday, October 4

Game 7: The winner of Game 5 Vs. game 6 winner

Game 8: The winner of Game 3 Vs. game 4 winner

Wednesday, October 5

Game 9: The winner of Game 7 Vs. game 8 losers

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