China national baseball team

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China national baseball team
Country  People's Republic of China
Federation Chinese Baseball Association
Confederation Baseball Federation of Asia
Manager John McLaren
World Baseball Classic
Appearances 3 (First in 2006)
Best result 11th (2009)

The China national baseball team is the national representative team of the People's Republic of China.

Current roster[edit]

China roster - 2017 World Baseball Classic
Players Coaches
Pitchers
Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches


Uniforms[edit]

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Home

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Away

Olympic Games[edit]

George W. Bush with the Chinese and American teams at the 2008 Summer Olympics

China secured qualification to the 2008 Summer Olympics automatically as host nation, giving the country its first Olympics berth.

World Baseball Classic[edit]

 China
World Baseball Classic
Tournament Results
Japan 2006 15th
Japan 2009 11th
Japan 2013 13th
Japan 2017 16th
Medal Tally
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Gold
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Silver
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Bronze
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World Baseball Classic record Qualification record
Year Host(s) Round Position W L RS RA Host W L RS RA
2006 Japan Round 1 15th 0 3 6 40 No qualifiers held
2009 Japan Round 1 11th 1 2 4 19 No qualifiers held
2013 Japan Round 1 13th 1 2 7 19 Automatically qualified
2017 Japan Round 1 16th 0 3 1 24 Automatically qualified
Total 4/4 2 10 18 102 - - - -

China competed in the inaugural 2006 World Baseball Classic and finished 15th in the tournament. It also competed in the 2009 World Baseball Classic, managed by Terry Collins. In the 2009 tournament, China recorded a 4–1 win over Chinese Taipei but was eliminated after losses to Japan and South Korea.

Placings[edit]

World Baseball Classic

Olympic Games

  • 1992 to 2004 : did not qualify
  • 2008 : 8th

Baseball World Cup

  • 1936 to 1994 : did not enter
  • 1998 : 12th
  • 2001 : did not enter
  • 2003 : 11th
  • 2005 : 10th
  • 2007 : did not enter
  • 2009 : 22nd
  • 2011 : did not enter

Intercontinental Cup

  • 1973 to 1999 : did not enter
  • 2002 : 11th
  • 2006 : did not enter
  • 2010 : did not enter
 

Asian Games

Asian Baseball Championship

 

East Asian Games

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