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18U Baseball World Cup

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Sport  Baseball
No. of teams  12 (Finals)
Most recent champion(s)  United States
Founded  1981
Continent  International
Most titles  Cuba (11)
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The 18U Baseball World Cup is the 18-and-under baseball world championship sanctioned by the International Baseball Federation (IBAF), and was first held in 1981 in United States. Because it is a world championship, the results of the 18U Baseball World Cup affect the IBAF World Rankings.

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Several players who have participated in the 18U Baseball World Cup have gone on to stardom at the professional level, including Japan's Yu Darvish, USA's Clayton Kershaw and Buster Posey, and Cuba's Yasiel Puig and Aroldis Chapman, among many others.

Prior to 2010, the IBAF organized the World Junior Baseball Championship.

Results

  • 1997: The bronze medal game between Canada and the United States was cancelled due to rain, and both teams were declared bronze medalists.
  • Medal table

    1Chinese Taipei is the official IBAF designation for the team representing the state officially referred to as the Republic of China, more commonly known as Taiwan. (See also political status of Taiwan for details.)

    References

    18U Baseball World Cup Wikipedia


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