The 2017 World Baseball Classic is less than a month away and everyone could not be happier. The semi-finals and championship rounds will be hosted in California, so there is no excuse to miss seeing your favorite Dodger players.

The rosters for all teams were released on Wednesday and there was a special announcement at Dodger Stadium to reveal the roster for Mexico. Here are the following Dodger players who will represent their country in the World Baseball Classic.

Mexico

  • Adrián González
  • Vidal Nuño
  • Sergio Romo
  • Julio Urias
  • Alex Verdug0

Netherlands

  • Kenley Jansen

Puerto Rico

  • Kike Hernandez

Italy

  • Andrew Maggi
  • Rob Segedin

Israel

  • Ike Davis
  • Dean Kremer

Japan won the first two classics in 2006 and 2009 while the Dominican Republic defeated Puerto Rico 3-0 to win the classic in 2013.

People can see me represent Mexico and Puerto Rico in San Diego and Los Angeles.

Which players do you think you will see in the championship round at Chavez Ravine?

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One Response

  1. J.M. Hardin

    Don’t forget AJ playing for Team USA. He may not be in a Dodgers uni any more but I bet at least half of Dodgers Nation still considers him a Dodger.

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