All Stars shine in inaugural WBSC Baseball5 World Cup

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Ayako Rokkaku from Japan was voted Most Valuable Player and Best Coach, in addition to being selected for the All Star team. On the men’s side, Briandy Molina from Cuba was named Most Valuable Player, and he was also included on the All Star team.

After an incredible week of Baseball5 action at El Zocalo in Mexico City, there was no better way to close out the WBSC Baseball5 World Cup 2022 than to recognize the stars of the sport for their exceptional accomplishments throughout the tournament. After all, there is no better way to cap off a tournament that has been as much fun as this one.

The event held on Saturday was a fantastic celebration of this new discipline, and the packed crowd came to honor those who have excelled in the game. And the 2,000 people who were jammed into the center court as well as the extras who were out on the street viewing the big screen were not let down.

At the Awards Ceremony, which took place shortly after Cuba’s 2-0 victory over Japan in the championship game, Japan’s Ayako Rokkaku and Cuba’s Briandy Molina were named the WBSC Baseball5 World Cup 2022 Most Valuable Players. This was determined by a vote taken by the event’s media and technical directors.

Additionally, an All Star team was selected, which included the following players:

  • Briandy Molina CUB #1
  • Ayako Rokkaku JPN #36
  • Shih Chi-Ting-HUA TPE #47
  • Castro Marian MEX #92
  • Albertyn Louis Michael RSA #28
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Rokkaku was also chosen by the other coaches during the event to receive the award for Best Coach.

“What a fantastic week of Baseball 5 action in this breathtaking location here at El Zocalo. WBSC President Riccardo Fraccari stated in his concluding presentation that the very first ever WBSC Baseball5 World Cup was a huge success. “I am extremely delighted to have crowned the very first ever global champions of Baseball5 today,” the new champions’ manager said. I’d want to offer my congratulations to Cuba, as well as Japan and Chinese Taipei.

“I would like to extend my gratitude to all of the teams, as well as their fans, for making this week such a memorable experience and for competing in the tournament with such excellent enthusiasm, skill, and fair play. I would want to use this opportunity to extend my sincere gratitude to the Government of Mexico City, CONADE, and the Mexico City Sports Institute for hosting this event and for having shared and believed in this idea from the very beginning.

While everything was going on, Ana Guevara, who is the Director General of the National Commission of Physical Culture and Sport (CONADE), was also giving thanks to the participants and the supporters for making the event a success. “This is what sport is about, the emotion of sport can not be beaten, and what I have watched this week is sporting drama and emotion at its best,” she added. “What I have watched this week is sporting drama and emotion at its best.” “I can envision Baseball5 spreading swiftly across the globe and continuing to be a big success following this inaugural Baseball5 World Cup,” he said. “The Baseball5 World Cup was a great success.”

Not only did the historic events involve teams, but for the first time in a WBSC event there were two home plate umpires from Africa in the finals (Jason Bell from South Africa officiated the bronze medal game, and Kenya’s Brian Manyeki officiated the World Championship game), and three women also officiated in the final. The historic events were not only related to teams, but they also marked the first time that Africa had two home plate umpires in a WBSC event

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