Category Archives: Netherlands

The Week in International Baseball (4-10 March)

The week started with Japan winning the second of its two-game friendly series with Australia 6-0 in the second national team series of 2018 (link with video). A combined Canadian university team will tour Europe in May (tweet). The ABL … Continue reading

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European Baseball Players in American Education [Week 3]

Though early spring weather wreaked havoc with the schedules of several teams this week, only a few universities and high schools have yet to start their season. As such, we have an update for most of our 61 European baseballers … Continue reading

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The Week in International Baseball (25 February-3 March)

    The week started with a host of updates from our European players in American education. Great Britain’s Paul Kirkpatrick had a great start for Western Kentucky (tweet). Lithuania’s Marius Balandis had his first start of the year for … Continue reading

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European Baseball Players in American Education [Week 2]

Another six players were added to our list over the weekend, including our first player from Scotland. Yet another Greek-American joined the list, which brought that number to 11, though it is liable to double by the end of the … Continue reading

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The Week in International Baseball (18 February-24 February)

It was an especially busy week in international baseball, particularly as we premiered what became a series on Europeans playing baseball at American high schools and universities. The original two-dozen list has not hit 60 and names continue to pour … Continue reading

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European Baseball Players in American Education [Part 2]

Yesterday, we released the first half of our list of Europeans playing baseball while studying in America [link]. The article includes a lengthy introduction about all the athletes and provides context that we will not repeat here. Today is the … Continue reading

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European Baseball Players in American Education [Part 1]

We have long held an interest in baseball at universities outside of the United States, but in preparing an article on the top European prospects in the United States, it occurred to us that we ought not to limit our … Continue reading

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The Week in International Baseball (28 January-3 February)

The week started with a Bahamian pitcher listed as a Top 50 Junior College draft prospect, who could be a potential Great Britain ace: Chavez Fernander, a sophomore from @baseballbahamas with @PolkStBaseball, named a Top 50 JUCO Draft Prospect. As … Continue reading

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The Week in International Baseball (21-27 January)

With the first international tournament of the year in the books, there was still plenty of baseball news from five continents. The Latin Latin American Professional Baseball Series kicked off, plus we celebrated Great Britain’s first Hall-of-Famer. On Monday, we released … Continue reading

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The Week in International Baseball (14-20 January)

The Under-15 Oceania Championship begun, though it was delayed by rain from the 17 January opening. After noting two weeks’ ago that no Great Britain national team members were playing winter ball, we broke the news last week that Barry … Continue reading

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