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World Baseball Classic 2017 Live SEOUL, South Korea — When Sam Fuld, a journeyman outfielder, hit a line-drive single to open an exhibition game between Team Israel and a squad representing the South Korean Army the other day, one of his teammates on the bench, third baseman Cody Decker, yelled, “Nobody, and I mean nobody, no-hits the Jews!”live-1

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The exhortation was part bravado, part World Baseball Classic 2017 Live sarcasm, part siren call. Israel is one of the lowest-ranked of the 16 teams in the World Baseball Classic that began here on Monday. Unlike the United States or the defending champion, the Dominican Republic, the Israeli squad has only a few players with major league experience. After failing to make the last tournament, in 2013, Israel had to win a four-team qualifier in Brooklyn in September to earn a berth, its first.

The World Baseball Classic got started Monday and it was the wee hours of the morning back here in America. The start time for the World Baseball Classic 2017 Live bout was 4:30 a.m. ET. The Israel team can be considered one of the biggest longshots to take the crown in the entire tournament, hitting the diminutive Blake Gailen in the three-hole and starting retired MLBer Jason Marquis on the hill.
They would take a 1-0 lead thanks to a bases loaded walk by Tyler Krieger in the second inning. The game would go into extra innings tied 1-1 World Baseball Classic 2017 Live SEOUL, South Korea — When Sam Fuld, a journeyman outfielder, hit a line-drive single to open an exhibition game between Team Israel and a squad representing the South Korean Army the other day, one of his teammates on the bench, third baseman Cody Decker, yelled, “Nobody, and I mean nobody, no-hits the Jews!”

The exhortation was part bravado, part World Baseball Classic 2017 Live sarcasm, part siren call. Israel is one of the lowest-ranked of the 16 teams in the World Baseball Classic that began here on Monday. Unlike the United States or the defending champion, the Dominican Republic, the Israeli squad has only a few players with major league experience. After failing to make the last tournament, in 2013, Israel had to win a four-team qualifier in Brooklyn in September to earn a berth, its first.

The World Baseball Classic got started Monday and it was the wee hours of the morning back here in America. The start time for the World Baseball Classic 2017 Live bout was 4:30 a.m. ET. The Israel team can be considered one of the biggest longshots to take the crown in the entire tournament, hitting the diminutive Blake Gailen in the three-hole and starting retired MLBer Jason Marquis on the hill.
They would take a 1-0 lead thanks to a bases loaded walk by Tyler Krieger in the second inning. The game would go into extra innings tied 1-1 and then Israel got its lead in the 10th on this hit by Scott Burcham:

The biggest underdog in the World Baseball Classic started the tournament off with a shocking upset, as Israel defeated South Korea, 2–1, in a frenzied and taut extra-innings matchup in Seoul. The victory is Israel’s first ever in the WBC (in its first ever tournament, no less) and puts Korea at risk of a second straight first-round exit as group play got underway in the 2017 edition. It’s an especially impressive showing for a team that started Jason Marquis in its first game, featured the likes of Ike Davis and Sam Fuld in the lineup, World Baseball Classic 2017 Live doesn’t have a single major leaguer on its roster and came into the WBC as the longest shot in it.

Those who woke up early for Monday’s opener—it started at 4:30 a.m. on the East Coast here in the United States—got a low-scoring affair, but one with plenty of scoring chances for each side. Israel took the early advantage in the second inning, loading the bases on two walks and a double and pushing across its first run on a free pass by Indians minor World Baseball Classic 2017 Live leaguer Tyler Krieger, but was unable to get anything more, leaving the sacks filled on a strikeout by Scott Burcham (remember that name) and a groundout by Fuld. Korea answered in the fifth, World Baseball Classic 2017 Live SEOUL, South Korea — When Sam Fuld, a journeyman outfielder, hit a line-drive single to open an exhibition game between Team Israel and a squad representing the South Korean Army the other day, one of his teammates on the bench, third baseman Cody Decker, yelled, “Nobody, and I mean nobody, no-hits the Jews!”Watch Now