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2013 World Baseball Classic

First Round, Pool D

Phoenix, Arizona

Chase Field and Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
March 7-10, 2013
Game Schedule
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
Chase Field
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Bracket
Opening Gm 1
Opening Gm 2
Elimination Gm 1
Loser Eliminated
Final Play-In Gm
Elimination Gm 2
Loser Eliminated
Final
Loser Eliminated
Rank Team W L Last Game Next Game
Semifinals Gm 1
Semifinals Gm 2
Finals
Winner
Venue
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Chase Field
401 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, Arizona UNITED STATES

Chase Field co-hosted Pool B in the first round of the 2006 World Baseball Classic. Nearly 100,000 fans attended the six games at Chase Field and Scottsdale Stadium in '06, which featured teams from Canada, Mexico, South Africa and the United States. Chase Field, which has a storied history as an event host, has in the past accommodated numerous concerts, international sporting events and the 2001 World Series. Most recently, it hosted the 2011 MLB All-Star Game.

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
7555 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale, Arizona UNITED STATES

A brand-new state-of-the-art facility which held its inaugural game only two years ago, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick will host two games in the first round of the 2013 World Baseball Classic. The 140-acre complex is the first LEED Gold-certified sports venue of its kind. In its brief history, Salt River Fields has already welcomed such critical acclaim as being voted "Ballpark of the Year" by Ballpark Digest and "Best Place to See a Spring Training Game" by Phoenix New Times. In addition, it set the all-time record for Spring Training attendance in 2011, and again in '12.

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