CARY, N.C. — Tanner Houck (Missouri) fired a summer-long 5.2 innings and Ryan Howard (Missouri) drove in the go-ahead run in the fifth inning, lifting the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team to a 3-2 win over Chinese Taipei in seven innings, on Friday afternoon at the USA Baseball National Training Complex. Continue reading USA Baseball sweeps Chinese Taipei in Doubleheader
CARY, N.C. — Nick Banks (Texas A&M) and Ryan Howard (Missouri) each collected multi-hit games but Chinese Taipei erupted for a six-run inning in the seventh inning to post a 9-2 win over the USA Collegiate National Team, on Tuesday night at the USA Baseball National Training Complex.
Team USA (1-3) suffered its second loss to Chinese Taipei, the first two games of a seven-game series. Chinese Taipei jumped out to a two-run lead early, with Team USA answering with a run in the top of the fifth. Chinese Taipei then plated a run in the sixth and exploded for six runs in the seventh. Team USA got a run back in the ninth, getting three consecutive singles to open the frame, for the final margin. Continue reading CHINESE TAIPEI USES SIX-RUN SEVENTH IN 9-2 WIN OVER TEAM USA
CARY, N.C. — Chih-Yi Huang and Shih-Ying Peng combined to allow just one run on the mound over eight innings, helping pace Chinese Taipei to a 5-1 win over the USA Collegiate National Team, the first of a seven-game series, on Monday night at the USA Baseball National Training Complex.
The teams faced off for the first time in a seven-game series on Monday night, with the first two games between the clubs serving as a tune-up for the five-game series from June 25-29. Continue reading Chinese Taipei opens series with 5-1 win over Team USA
HAARLEM, The Netherlands – The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team advanced to the championship game at Honkbal Week with a 4-1 win in a semifinal showdown against Chinese Taipei at Pim Mulier Stadium on Saturday. Continue reading USA Baseball defeats Chinese Taipei 4-1
HAARLEM, The Netherlands – The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team posted yet another shutout, its fifth in the last seven games, as it cruised past Chinese Taipei, 3-0, in the final game of the double round-robin portion of Honkbal Week at Pim Mulier Stadium on Friday.
With the win Team USA improves to 16-3-2 overall this summer, including a 5-1 record at Honkbal Week. It will advance to the sudden-death playoff rounds as the number-one seed and will play Chinese Taipei again on Saturday in the semifinals at 2 p.m. (8 a.m. ET). Vanderbilt right-hander Carson Fulmer will get the start on the mound. The winner will advance to face the victor of Saturday’s nightcap between Japan and the Netherlands. Continue reading Team USA shutouts Chinese Taipei 3-0
HAARLEM, The Netherlands – The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team fired its second straight shutout and seventh of the summer as it defeated Chinese Taipei, 4-0, at Honkbal Week on Monday afternoon at Pim Mulier Stadium.
“We are pitching extremely well, playing good defense and the ball isn’t carrying much out here so the way we are approaching the game has to be a little bit different,” Team USA manager Dave Van Horn (Arkansas) said. “We feel like we need to manufacture runs and that is we were able to do for the most part today. We did make a few mistakes on the bases and that probably cost us a couple of runs, but all in all, we played pretty well. Continue reading USA Baseball picks up another shutout over Chinese Taipei 4-0
DURHAM, N.C. – Playing in front an electric crowd of 9,692 at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, James Kaprielian (UCLA) and the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team turned in quite the patriotic performance on Friday, July 4.
Continue reading USA Baseball defeats Chinese Taipei 2-0
SHELBY, N.C. – Fresh off of winning a national championship at the College World Series, three Vanderbilt players played a critical role in the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team’s 6-2 win over Chinese Taipei on Wednesday.
Bryan Reynolds hit an eighth-inning grand slam, Carson Fulmer struck out three batters in 1.2 innings, including an inning-ending punchout with the tying run on third in the seventh, and Dansby Swanson had a go-ahead RBI double as the U.S. (7-1-1) picked up the win in game two of its series against Chinese Taipei (0-1-1), played in front of a near-capacity crowd of 3,748 at Veterans Field at Keeter Stadium in Shelby, N.C. Continue reading USA Collegiate National Team defeats Chinese Taipei 6-2
CARY, N.C. — A 10th-inning played under international tiebreaker rules wasn’t enough to decide Tuesday’s series-opening contest between the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team and Chinese Taipei as the two squads tied 5-5 at Coleman Field at the National Training Complex in Cary, N.C.
“That was a really good game against a solid team,” Team USA manager Dave Van Horn (Arkansas) said. “Chinese Taipei does a really good job offensively of making contact and putting pressure on you. They took advantage of walks and when they got a chance to score, they scored. I think this will be a great series. They have a good mix of players with right and left-handed hitters and speed and their pitchers come at you from all different angles. They are a solid team that will make us beat them, they won’t give us much. Continue reading USA Baseball and Chinese Taipei Play to a 5-5 Tie
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BEIJING — Dexter Fowler (Atlanta, Ga.) went 3-for-3 with a triple and an RBI double, and John Gall (Stanford, Calif.) added a solo home run as the U.S. Olympic baseball yeam earned a spot in the medal round with a 4-2 win over Chinese Taipei on Tuesday evening. Continue reading Team USA clinches berth in Medal Round