Yomiuri Giants captain Hayato Sakamoto was between the 28 players named Tuesday to the Japan national team for the future Premier12, an international baseball tournament which doubles as a qualifier for the Olympic 2020. Baseball fans can book their Olympic Baseball Tickets at economical prices from our reliable online ticketing place.
Sakamoto and four Hulks teammates important the schedule for the 2 to 17 November rivalry to be detained in Japan, Mexico, Taiwan, and South Korea, while an extra five players, containing pitcher Kordei Senga, were chosen from the Soft Bank Hawks.
Soft Bank infielder Nobuhiro Matsuda, 36, is the eldest player named to Atsunori Inaba’s team. The team will consist of three catchers Takuya Kai, Tsubasa Aizawa, and Seiji Kobayashi.
Japan will play preparation games against Canada, another rival nation, in Okinawa on 31 October and 1 November to arrange for the 32-game contest in which two of six places in the Olympic 2020 will be up for grips. It ends with the final at Tokyo Dome.
Other Premier12 contestants contain the United States, South Korea, Taiwan, Cuba, Mexico, Australia, the Netherlands, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic.
Premier12 is a contest planned by the World Baseball Softball Confederation. The topmost 12 teams in the world men’s baseball rankings protected their spots in the second edition of the Premier12, first detained in 2015. South Korea won the initial tournament.
Two quota spots will be owed, with the highest country from the Americas territory making a place at the Olympic 2020 and the highest finisher from the Asia/Oceania section getting the other. This will not contain Japan, who have before now qualified as the host nation.
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