Philippines national baseball team

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Philippines national baseball team
Country  Philippines
Federation Philippine Amateur Baseball Association
Confederation Baseball Federation of Asia
IBAF World Rank 23rd
Intercontinental Cup
Appearances 1 (First in 2006)
Best result 8th place
Asian Games
Appearances 3 (First in 1998)
Best result 5th place
Asian Championship
Appearances 19 (First in 1954)
Best result 1st (1 time, in 1954)
3rd (2 times, most recent in 1971)

The national baseball team of the Philippines represents the country and competes in international matches and tournaments. It is organized by the Philippine Amateur Baseball Association.

They were the inaugural champions of the Asian Baseball Championships in 1954 but finished fourth in seven of the next eight editions of the biennial events.

Since their last fourth place finish in 1973, the national team has struggled in competing against top level Asian clubs such as Japan, Chinese Taipei, and Korea, among others.

They have recently participated in the 2006 Intercontinental Cup, and the 2006 Asian Games. They won the gold medal at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games when they hosted the biennial meet.

International tournament results[edit]

World Baseball Classic[edit]

World Baseball Classic record Qualification record
Year Host(s) Round Position W L RS RA Host W L RS RA
2006 Did not enter No qualifiers held
2009 Did not enter No qualifiers held
2013 Did not qualify Taiwan 1 2 30 28
Total 0/3 - - - - 1/1 1 2 30 28

Asian championships[edit]

Philippine players walking off the field after their first ever game in the Intercontinental Cup in Taichung, Taiwan. They lost to South Korea 10–0
Asian Baseball Championship
Year Position
Philippines 1954 1st place
Philippines 1955 4th place
Japan 1959 4th place
Taiwan 1962 4th place
Korea 1963 4th place
Philippines 1965 4th place
Japan 1967 4th place
Taiwan 1969 3rd place
Korea 1971 3rd place
Philippines 1973 4th place
Korea 1975 5th place
Korea 1983 5th place
Australia 1985 Did not participate
Japan 1987 Did not participate
Korea 1989 6th place
People's Republic of China 1991 5th place
Australia 1993 6th place
Japan 1995 5th place
Taiwan 1997 5th place
Korea 1999 5th place
Taiwan 2001 4th place
Japan 2003 5th place
Japan 2005 5th place
Taiwan 2007 4th place
Japan 2009 5th place
Taiwan 2012 5th place
Total 1 gold, 3 bronze

Asian Games[edit]

Asian Games Record
Year Position
Japan 1994 Did not participate
Thailand 1998 5th place
Korea 2002 5th place
Qatar 2006 6th place
People's Republic of China 2010 Did not participate
Korea 2014 Did not participate
Total 3/5

SEA Games[edit]

SEA Games Records
Year Position
Philippines 2005 1st place
Thailand 2007 2nd place
Laos 2009 Lack of facilities
Indonesia 2011 1st place
Myanmar 2013 Did not held
Total 2 golds, 1 silver


Player Club
8 Roy Baclay Manila Sharks
16 Ernesto Binarao Dumaguete Uni-Bikers
42 Ruel Batuto
45 Darwin Dela Calzada Forward Taguig Patriots
1 Charlie Labrador Manila Sharks
30 Jon Jon Robles Manila Sharks
2 Carlos Munoz Alabang Tigers
15 Wilfredo Hidalgo Forward Taguig Patriots
2 Junnifer Pinero Manila Sharks
6 Rommel Roja Manila Sharks
13 Ruben Angeles Forward Taguig Patriots
31 Christian Canlas Batangas Bulls
50 Edmer Del Socorro Cebu Dolphins
24 Christopher Jimenez
23 Mateo S. Laurel Alabang Tigers
17 Virgilio Roxas Batangas Bulls
3 Alejandro Valasquez
24 Andres Vazquez
51 Roel Empacis Cebu Dolphins
11 Andro Cuyugan Alabang Tigers
22 Joseph Orillana Cebu Dolphins
18 Jonash Ponce Cebu Dolphins
88 Fulgencio Rances Jr. Cebu Dolphins
7 Ferdinand Recto Batangas Bulls
21 Nino Tator Manila Sharks

Technical staff[edit]

Manager: Edgar delos Reyes Coaches: Ricardo Jimenez and Marcelina Baradas

Famous Filipino players[edit]

The list consists of players with Filipino lineage who have competed for a Major League Baseball club, though they did not play for the national team.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]