World Baseball Classic Tickets
The World Baseball Classic is one of the most exciting events of the year for baseball fans around the globe. In its brief history, the WBC has been dominated by the Japanese who captured the first two championships. Former Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka was awarded the tournament’s MVP award in ‘06 and ‘09. With the Major League Baseball season right around the corner, the world’s best ball players are gearing up for yet another grinding year. The World Baseball Classic offers fans the chance to see the best players from around the globe competing for the right to be called World Champions. Don’t miss your chance to experience the 2017 World Baseball Classic!
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In less than a decade, the World Baseball Classic has become one of the premier international sporting events and a must-see for baseball fans. The WBC set itself apart from former international baseball tournaments and it filled the void left by the elimination of baseball as an Olympic sport. Among the reasons given for the elimination of Olympic baseball was that a few countries would dominate the sport, it wouldn’t attract enough international interest and the sport’s top players did not participate. Well, that certainly has not been true of the WBC, as it has proven to be an ultra-competitive tournament with huge demand for World Baseball Classic tickets to watch the best players in the world, including a large number of Major League Baseball stars. The 2013 World Baseball Classic is set to have qualifying events around the globe, including Japan, Taiwan, Puerto Rico, Phoenix and Miami with the WBC Finals at AT&T Park in San Francisco. GoTickets has your WBC tickets to catch all the action.
This will mark the third renewal of the World Baseball Classic, and Japan is the two-time defending champion. They should once again be among the favorites, but you can bet that Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and the United States will be aiming for the trophy. Unlike Olympic baseball, which tended to feature minor league and college players from the U.S., the WBC has attracted the sport’s top professionals, including the likes of Derek Jeter for the United States, and all-stars like Albert Pujols, Ichiro Suzuki and Pedro Martinez for the International teams in the past. If you want to be there to see who wins this time around, get your 2013 World Baseball Classic tickets from GoTickets.
AT&T Park figures to be the perfect venue for the WBC. As the home of the San Francisco Giants it is annually ranked as one of the best ballparks in the big leagues, and the diverse population of San Francisco should ensure strong fan representation for every country. You can be sure that World Baseball Classic tickets are going to be in demand, and you can count on GoTickets to have the best World Baseball Classic seats available.