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Korean victory keeps Team USA alive

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by Jim McLauchlinMarch 15, 2006 ANAHEIM–Japan controlled its own destiny. But just like every other team in the World Baseball Classic, it couldn’t control Korea. Korea continued its surprising dominance […]

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Korea beats U.S. to stay undefeated

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by Jim McLauchlinMarch 14, 2006 ANAHEIM–No, seriously–who knew? The heavyweight champion of the inaugural World Baseball Classic so far isn’t the juggernaut United States, the mighty Dominican Republic, or even […]

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Team USA beats Japan in ninth

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by Jim McLauchlinMarch 12, 2006 ANAHEIM–Alex Rodriguez came through in the clutch, delivering a bases-loaded, two-out single in the ninth inning off the glove of pitcher Kyuji Fujikawa that scored […]

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Relaxed Cubans rout Dutch

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by Eric EdwardsMarch 10, 2006 SAN JUAN, P.R.–The Cuban national team made a Netherlands lineup that included Andruw Jones and Randall Simon look like a bunch of amateurs on Thursday […]

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Giants prospect Martis no-hits Panama

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by John ManuelMarch 10, 2006 A hard-throwing righty made World Baseball Classic history Friday, and it wasn’t Roger Clemens. Giants farmhand Shairon Martis, an 18-year-old from Curacao, needed 65 pitches-the […]

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Dominicans dominate Italy

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by Matt MeyersMarch 9, 2006 LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.–For the second straight game Italy shot itself in the foot with defensive miscues that led directly to runs for its opponent. […]

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