It’s Gameday... Meet your Team Australia

It’s Gameday... Meet your Team Australia

Author: Baseball Australia Media/Thursday, 11 February 2016/Categories: News, Southern Thunder, Emeralds

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With Team Australia’s first game of the World Baseball Classic Qualifier just hours away, a call to arms has been issued from the team to the Australian Baseball community and newcomers, to come out to Blacktown and paint the town green and gold.

The Southern Thunder will line up against the Philippines on Diamond 1 at Blacktown International Sportspark at 7.30pm (local time) tonight as tournament favourites, boasting 26 of the 28 man roster having played in the Minor Leagues or higher.

“We have already proven that when we are at our best, we can match it with any given side in the world on any day” Team Australia Manager Jon Deeble said. “We know we can win, but we know we’ll have to be at our best to do it.”

Tournaments on home soil are few and far between for Team Australia, so to have the Qualifiers in our own backyard gives Aussie Fans the chance to catch the best of the best baseball talent in our country.

So let’s meet your Team Australia

Travis Blackley
Peter Moylan
Ryan Rowland-Smith
Ryan Searle
Matt Williams
Justin Erasmus
Sam Gibbons
Wayne Lundgren
Todd Van Steensel
Josh Tols
Matt Timms
Steven Kent
Steven Chambers
Warwick Saupold

Allan De San Miguel
Trent D'Antonio
Robbie Perkins

Mitch Nilsson
James Beresford
Brad Harman
Luke Hughes
Stefan Welch
Logan Wade

Mitch Denning
Trent Oeltjen
Aaron Whitefield
David Sutherland

Tickets are still available here or they can be purchased at the gate.

Team Australia's WBCQ schedule

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