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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast June 17, 2013

Photo: P. F. Sullivan

Photo: P. F. Sullivan

Today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast was recorded at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.

I examine baseball team names and wonder why there is not a team called the cheetahs.

I also try to figure out who will be the first native of Africa to play in the majors.

And part of the podcast was recorded on a hot air balloon.

Ricky Nolasco, Josh Reddick, Corey Kluber and Kirk Nieuwenhuis all owned baseball on June 15, 2013.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast June 17, 2013

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2013 World Baseball Classic: Preview of the Upcoming Qualifying Tournament Starting in September – Qualifier Group 1

Wednesday August 15th, 2012

Sam Evans: With no baseball in this year’s Olympics, international baseball fans are especially fired up for the third instalment of the World Baseball Classic. The newly-added Qualifying Tournament for the upcoming edition will bring even more games and countries to the WBC. One of the four qualifying tournaments will be held at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida. The four countries represented will be France, Israel, South Africa, and Spain. Let’s take a look at this Qualifier Group 1 tournament and the rosters starring in it. From there, I will continue to preview the other three qualifier groups in upcoming reports.

First of all, Roger Dean Stadium is normally used as a minor league ballpark hosting two teams; The Palm Beach Cardinals (St.Louis’ FSL affiliate) and the Jupiter Hammerheads (Miami’s FSL affiliate). If everything goes as planned, this WBC qualifier will start on September 19th. The qualifying round in Jupiter will use double-elimination and take five days to complete, according to MLB. The teams will arrive a few days early at Roger Dean Stadium, so if you’re lucky, maybe you could watch an international batting practice or two. Read the rest of this entry

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