VIII Women’s Baseball World Cup

22/08/2018 - 31/08/2018

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VIII Women’s Baseball World Cup - Official Payoff

Aaron Myette named Canada Women’s Baseball National Team Manager


Born in 1977, the new skipper is a former MLB pitcher (a total 47 games, 30 as a starter, in parts of six seasons) who represented Canada internationally. He was in the staff of former manager Lachance, who stepped down after a bronze medal in the 2018 WBSC World Cup

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Japan, Canada, Chinese Taipei lead new WBSC Women’s Baseball World Rankings


The latest rankings reflect the results of over 100 matches from the Women’s Baseball World Cup across an evaluation period of 2014-2018.

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What does the future hold for Women’s Baseball?


Not many people know that movie director Francis Ford Coppola is a huge advocate of Women’s Baseball. We discuss the future of the game with him, old timer Shirley Burkovich, World Cup stars Sato and Underwood and top prospect Melissa Mayeux

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Women’s Baseball World Cup: players and managers quotes after the final


After the final of the Women’s Baseball World Cup we had a chance to collect quotes from the managers, MVP Ayamy Sato and top run producer Iori Miura. Japan’s manager Megumi Kitta welcomed reporters her way: with a respectful bow. She then showed confidence: “We were not nervous. This was the last game of the […]

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Japan wins sixth Women’s Baseball World Cup in a row


Superstar Ayami Sato pitched on two-day rest and went five scoreless innings, Iori Miura kept up to her usual production. Japan was simply perfect and left no chance to Chinese Taipei

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Final standings

# Team  
1 JPN Roster   Stats
2 TPE Roster   Stats
3 CAN Roster   Stats
4 USA Roster   Stats
5 VEN Roster   Stats
6 DOM Roster   Stats
7 AUS Roster   Stats
8 CUB Roster   Stats
9 PUR Roster   Stats
10 KOR Roster   Stats
11 HKG Roster   Stats
12 NED Roster   Stats


Tournament leaders

Statistics include all games.

Individual awards are based off of the statistics accumulated in the first and second rounds, excluding the bronze and gold medal games.

Statistics are updated in real time.

Statistics are subject to change once box scores are marked as official.