Premier12 2015

08/11/2015 - 21/11/2015

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Hosted by:   TPE JPA


Preview: WBSC Premier12 Bronze, Global Championship Finale

21/11/2015

TOKYO – Game 37 and Game 38 at the Tokyo Dome will close the first-ever WBSC Premier12 global tournament. Looking ahead to today’s finals, here’s a look at the past encourters between the National Teams of USA and South Korea, and Japan and Mexico.

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Japan KO’s Mexico 11-1 to win bronze at WBSC Premier12

21/11/2015

TOKYO — The Samurai Japan National Team only needed seven innings to knock out out Mexico, 11-1, in the bronze medal final of the first-ever WBSC Premier12 Saturday afternoon in front of a crowd of more than 40,000.

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Japan’s Yamada blasts 2 HRs in bronze medal win, named Hublot Player of the Game

21/11/2015

TOKYO — Samurai Japan second baseman Tetsuto Yamada (Tokyo Yakult Swallows – NPB) was named the Hublot Player of the Game for blasting two home runs against Mexico in the bronze medal finale at the Tokyo Dome.

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S Korea Crowned Premier12 Global Champions Defeat USA 8-0 in Finale

21/11/2015

TOKYO — The world No. 8 South Korea National Team shut out the world No. 2 U.S. National Team in the global championship finale of the inaugural WBSC Premier12 at the Tokyo Dome Saturday night.

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WBSC Premier12 All-World Team announced

21/11/2015

TOKYO — Following 38 global games, the WBSC announced the first-ever Premier12 All-World Team.

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Final standings

# Team  
1 KOR Roster   Stats
2 USA Roster   Stats
3 JPN Roster   Stats
4 MEX Roster   Stats
5 CAN Roster   Stats
6 CUB Roster   Stats
7 NED Roster   Stats
8 PUR Roster   Stats
9 TPE Roster   Stats
10 VEN Roster   Stats
11 ITA Roster   Stats
11 DOM Roster   Stats
Standings

Leaders

Tournament leaders

Statistics include all games.

Individual awards are based off of the statistics accumulated in the first and second rounds, excluding the bronze and gold medal games.

Statistics are updated in real time.

Statistics are subject to change once box scores are marked as official.