The Championship Round of the World Baseball Classic is going to have special representatives from each of the last four competing countries, participate in the ceremonial first pitches.
Monday evening, Hall of Famer Bert Blyleven and former All-Star Carlos Delgado will be throwing out the first pitches, representing the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Puerto Rico prior to the game.
On Tuesday evening, former All-Star and National League Rookie of the Year Hideo Nomo will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch, representing the country of Japan. Handing Nomo the ball and representing the United States of America will be beloved Dodger and Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda.
— WBC Baseball (@WBCBaseball) March 20, 2017
All fans are welcome to join in at the World Baseball Classic Fan Festival at Dodger Stadium over the duration of the Championship Round of the tournament. The Fan Festival will be open to ticketholders at 4:00 p.m. prior to games and continue until the end of each game from Monday, March 20, through Wednesday, March 22.
The Fan Festival will host an array of food trucks, serving cuisine from all over the world. Various entertainment events will also be taking place during the festival.
Other entertainment will be available. Including an International Beer Garden, airbrush tattoos, a WBC virtual reality experience, bounce houses, art exhibits, photo booths and more.
All of the World Baseball Classic Fan Festival events will be taking place outside of the stadium, in Lot G of the parking lot.
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