Pan American Baseball Confederation

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The Pan American Baseball Confederation (Confederación Panamericana de Béisbol or COPABE), is the governing body of baseball within the Americas.

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Rankings[edit]

Since the rankings were first released by the International Baseball Federation (IBAF), Cuba has maintained its position as the top national baseball team in the world, and by extension the top-ranked team in the Pan American Baseball Confederation. With the teams of Cuba, United States, Canada, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico, COPABE is the most represented confederation in the world top ten. [dated info]

Rankings as of April 2014:[1]

COPABE
Rank
IBAF
Rank
Team Points
1 1  United States 772.98
2 3  Cuba 719.27
3 5  Dominican Republic 492.02
4 7  Canada 449.18
5 8  Puerto Rico 361.25
6 10  Venezuela 318.13
7 12  Mexico 187.95
8 13  Panama 128.97
9 15  Brazil 125.91
10 16  Colombia 96.21
11 18  Nicaragua 86.25
12 24  Argentina 54.41
13 36  Ecuador 20.00
14 40  Honduras 11.18
15 42  Aruba 9.64
16 43  Peru 9.50
17 48  Guatemala 6.60
18 65  U.S. Virgin Islands 1.00
18 65  Bahamas 1.00
20 70  Bolivia 0.50

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "IBAF World Rankings" (PDF). International Baseball Federation. 2 June 2010. Retrieved 31 March 2013.