World Baseball Classic Tickets for Sale

The first World Baseball Classic in 2006 will feature 16 teams in a tournament played in round-robin style. Cuba is the last nation to confirm their participation. Cuba recently accepted the invitation on state television. Round One of the tournament will be played from March 3 to March 11, 2006. The matches of Pool A will be held at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo. Pool B will play their matches at Chase Field and Scottsdale Stadium in the Phoenix area. The games of Pool C will be held at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The games of Pool D will be held at Cracker Jack Stadium near Orlando, Florida. Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, and Hiram Bithorn Stadium will host Round Two of the tournament that will be played from March 13 to March 15. The semifinals of the tournament will be on March 18 and the finals on March 20. These games will be played at PETCO Park in San Diego.

The tournament is a major sell out. It will open a whole new world of baseball for the fans of all hues. This is going to be one of the biggest events in baseball in coming days. The tickets of the tournament will be very difficult to find. So get the tickets from an on line ticket vendor to beat the rush for tickets.
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The World Baseball Classic is going to be one of the biggest in international baseball tournaments. It will feature Major League players. The tournament is to be first held in March 2006, 2009 and every four years thereafter. This is the first international baseball tournament which features major-league players. Summer Olympics features college and minor-league players, as it conflicts with the MLB season.

The tournament was announced in May 2005. Its been two years since MLB had been attempting to create such a tournament. It has been holding negotiations with the players union and the owners. Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was concerned about the star players being injured even before spring training begins. But finally the talks paid off and the tournament was finalized. Now MLB teams will not be able to stop their players from participating.
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