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Team USA wins Gold Medal game over Cuba

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(HAARLEM, Netherlands) – Jared Clark’s leadoff home run in the top of the sixth broke a 1-1 tie, and Kendal Volz (Baylor; Bulverde, Texas) notched his fifth save of the tournament as the USA Baseball National Team defeated Cuba 4-1 Sunday afternoon in the championship game of the 24th Haarlem Baseball Week at Pim Mullier Stadium. Team USA improved to 14-0 on the 2008 tour with the win and finished 7-0 in the Haarlem Baseball Week. Continue reading Team USA wins Gold Medal game over Cuba

Team USA advances to Gold Medal Game

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(HAARLEM, Netherlands) – Ryan Jackson (Miami-FL; Miami Springs, Fla.) went 2-for-3 with two RBI, and Stephen Strasburg (San Diego State; San Diego, Calif.) struck out 11 batters over 7.0 innings as the USA Baseball National Team defeated the Chinese-Taipei National Team 5-2 in Saturday night’s semifinal game of the 2008 Haarlem Baseball Week at Pim Mullier Stadium. Continue reading Team USA advances to Gold Medal Game

Team USA finishes Pool Play with a Win

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(HAARLEM, The Netherlands) – Christian Colon (Cal State Fullerton; Corona, Calif.) drew a bases-loaded walk to snap a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the seventh inning as the USA Baseball National Team rallied to a 3-1 victory over Chinese-Taipei in Friday’s pool-play action at the 2008 Haarlem Baseball Week at Pim Mullier Stadium. Team USA improved to 12-0 on the 2008 tour with the win. Continue reading Team USA finishes Pool Play with a Win

USA Baseball National Team’s Game vs. Chinese-Taipei Postponed

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(HAARLEM, The Netherlands) – Due to persistent inclement weather, Thursday’s pool-play game between the USA Baseball National Team and the Chinese-Taipei National Team at Pim Mullier Stadium has been postponed until Friday at 4:30 a.m. EDT. This is the final pool-play game at the Haarlem Baseball Week for Team USA, which has already clinched the top seed in the tournament portion of the event.

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USA Baseball National Team Edges Netherlands 2-1 In 10 Innings

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(HAARLEM, The Netherlands) – Josh Fellhauer’s RBI fielder’s choice snapped a 1-1 tie in the top of the 10th inning, and Kendal Volz (Baylor; Bulverde, Texas) notched his third save in four games as the USA Baseball National Team defeated the host Netherlands National Team in Wednesday’s pool-play action of the Haarlem Baseball Week at Pim Mullier Stadium.

Team USA improved to 11-0 on its 2008 tour and 4-0 at the Haarlem Baseball Week with the victory, which also clinched the top seed in this weekend’s tournament portion of the event. The National Team is now 6-0 in games decided by two runs or less, including a 3-0 mark in one-run games.

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Team USA hammers Dutch Caribbean 11-0

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USA Baseball Logo(HAARLEM, The Netherlands) – A four-run second and a seven-run third propelled the USA Baseball National Team to an 11-0, seven-inning victory over the Dutch Caribbean National Team in Tuesday’s pool-play action at the 2008 Haarlem Baseball Week at Pim Mullier Stadium. Team USA improved to 3-0 at the event and 10-0 on the season with the victory. Continue reading Team USA hammers Dutch Caribbean 11-0

Team USA edges Cuba 1-0

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(HAARLEM, The Netherlands) – Kendal Volz (Baylor; Bulverde, Texas) caught pinch-hitter Yoandrys Urgelles looking on a 2-2 slider for the third out of the ninth, stranding runners at second and third as the USA Baseball National Team defeated Cuba 1-0 in Sunday’s Haarlem Baseball Week pool-play action at Pim Mullier Stadium. Team USA improved to 9-0 on its 2008 tour and is the only remaining undefeated team at Haarlem Baseball Week. Continue reading Team USA edges Cuba 1-0

Team USA opens Tourney with a 5-2 win

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(HAARLEM, The Netherlands) – Matt den Dekker (Florida; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) chased down a fly ball in the left-center gap as Kendal Volz (Baylor; Bulverde, Texas) stranded two inherited runners in the top of the ninth as the USA Baseball National Team held off the Japanese National Team 5-2 in Saturday’s Haarlem Baseball Week pool-play action at Pim Mullier Stadium. Team USA is now 8-0 on its 2008 tour.

Volz entered the game with one out in the top of the ninth, a runner at first and the U.S. team holding on to a two-run lead. After striking out the first batter he faced, Volz walked Takahiro Iwamoto on a full-count pitch to bring the potential tying run to the plate. But Yuto Nakakura could manage only a fly ball on a 2-1 pitch from Volz, who notched his second save of the tour. Continue reading Team USA opens Tourney with a 5-2 win

Haarlem Baseball Week

Team USA will open play at the Haarlem Baseball Week in Holland on Saturday against Japan. The game is listed to start at 14:00 local time which translates to 8 or 9 am on the East coast. The whole tourney is being webcasted for free on the official website which is available here. Steven Goldberg who is serving his third summer working with Team USA after managing the Vanderbilt Commodores over the last four years has a blog running about the summer travels of the team. The full blog is available here.