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Shohei Ohtani among first 12 named to Japan's roster for World Baseball Classic

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Japan officials on Friday named 12 members of the World ,Baseball Classic team that will represent the country. The World Baseball Classic will be played in Japan, Taiwan and United States from March 8-21. This is the fifth time the event has been held. Japan has won it twice, with single championships for the Dominican Republic and Untied States.
Published 3 months ago · Japan

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