Late WBC News for Feb. 23, 2013

If you missed the news from earlier today, go here. For news from the day, go below the jump.

How WBC players did today in Spring Training action:

Washington 3, Mets 5

David Wright (NYM/USA): 0-3

Houston 8, Philadelphia 3

Xavier Cedeno (HOU/PR): 1.0 IP, 0 H, 1 K

Pete Orr (PHI/CAN): 1-2, HR, RBI

Minnesota 3, Baltimore 5

James Beresford (MIN/AUS): 0-2

Drew Butera (MIN/ITA): 0-0, 2 BB

Chris Colabello (MIN/ITA): 0-3, SO

Shairon Martis (MIN/NED): 2.0 IP, 3 H, ER

Chris Robinson (BAL/CAN): 0-1

Jonathan Schoop (BAL/NED): 1-1, RBI, BB

Adam Jones (BAL/USA): 0-2

Yankees 8, Atlanta 3

Robinson Cano (NYY/DR): 1-3, HR, RBI

Melky Mesa (NYY/DR): 1-3, SB

Gil Velazquez (NYY/MX): 1-2

Mark Teixeira (NYY/USA): 0-3, RBI

Ramiro Pena (ATL/MX): 0-2, SO

Andrelton Simmons (ATL/NED): 0-3, SO

Pittsburgh 3, Tampa (split-squad) 2

Chris LeRoux (PIT/CAN): 1.0 IP, 2 H, 2 K

Fernando Rodney (TB/DR): 1.0 IP, 3 K

Jose Molina (TB/PR): 0-2

St. Louis 3, Miami 8

Carlos Beltran (STL/PR): 0-2

Yadier Molina (STL/PR): 0-1, BB

Steve Cishek (MIA/USA): 1.1 IP, BB, 1 K

Giancarlo Stanton (MIA/USA): 1-3, 2 RBI

Toronto 10, Detroit 3

Brett Lawrie (TOR/CAN): 1-2, 2 RBI, BB

Adam Loewen (TOR/CAN): 0-1, BB

Ricardo Nanita (TOR/DR): 1-1, BB

Moises Sierrra (TOR/DR): 1-2

J.P. Arencibia (TOR/USA): 0-3, 2 SO

Shawn Hill (DET/CAN): 1.0 IP, 2 H, 3 BB, 3 ER

Miguel Cabrera (DET/VZ): 1-3, HR, RBI

Omar Infante (DET/VZ): 1-1, BB

Anibal Sanchez (DET/VZ): 2.0 IP, 3 H, SO

Tampa (split squad) 4, Boston 3:

Ben Zobrist (TB/USA): 0-3, BB

Oscar Villarreal (BOS/MX): 1 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, SO

Xander Bogaerts (BOS/NED): 0-2, SO

Jose De La Torre (BOS/PR): 1.0 IP, H, SO

Shane Victorino (BOS/USA): 0-3

Angels (split squad) 1, SF 4

Efren Navarro Jr. (LAA/MX): 1-3

Tyler LaTorre (SF/ITA): 0-1

Sergio Romo (SF/MX): 1 IP, H, SO

Angel Pagan (SF/PR): 1-2, SB

Jeremy Affeldt (SF/USA): 1 IP, H, BB

Ryan Vogelsong (SF/USA): 2 IP, 2 H, BB

Pablo Sandoval (SF/VZ): 1-2, RBI, BB

Marco Scutaro (SF/VZ): 0-2

White Sox 9, Dodgers 0

Alejandro De Aza (CWS/DR): 1-2, SO

Alex Rios (CWS/PR): 2-2, 2 2B, RBI

Hanley Ramirez (LAD/DR): 0-3, SO

Nick Punto (LAD/ITA): 0-1, BB

Luis Cruz (LAD/MX): 0-3, 2 SO

Adrian Gonzalez (LAD/MX): 0-2, BB, SO

Ronald Belisario (LAD/VZ): 1 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, BB

Cubs 11, Angels (split squad) 2

Antony Rizzo (CHC/ITA): 1-2, 2B, BB, SO

Erick Aybar (LAA/DR): 1-2, 2B, RBI

Cleveland 13, Cincinnati 10

Mike Aviles (CLE/PR): 1-2

Chris Perez (CLE/USA): 1 IP, 1 SO

Asdrubal Cabrera (CLE/VZ): 2-2, 2 RBI

Alfredo Simon (CIN/DR): 1.2 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, SO, BB

Brandon Phillips (CIN/USA): 1-2, 2B, RBI

Oakland 1, Milwaukee 2:

John Axford (MIL/CAN): 1 IP, 0 H

Taylor Green (MIL/CAN): 0-1, SO

Jim Henderson (MIL/CAN): 1.0 IP, H, SO

Jeff Bianchi (MIL/ITA): 0-2

Ryan Braun (MIL/USA): 1-1, HR, RBI, BB

Jonathan Lucroy (MIL/USA): 1-2, CS

Seattle 8, San Diego 6

Alex Liddi (SEA/ITA): 0-3, SO

Texas 2, Kansas City 4

Leury Garcia (TEX/DR):  0-1, BB

Jose Felix (TEX/MX): 0-1

Elvis Andrux (TEX/VZ): 0-2

Atahualpa Severino (KC/DR): 1 IP, 1 H

Miguel Tejada (KC/DR): 0-1

Irving Falu (KC/PR): 0-2, SO

Colorado 11, Arizona 2

Carlos Gonzalez (COL/VZ): 0-3

David Hernandez (ARI/MX): 1 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, BB, SO

Nelson Figueroa (ARI/PR): 2 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, HR

Heath Bell (ARI/USA): 1 IP, 2 H, SO

Willie Bloomquist (ARI/USA): 1-3, 2B

Miguel Montero (ARI/VZ): 0-2, SO

Gerardo Parra (ARI/VZ): 0-3

By the way, in the future, I am NOT going to do this for every team and every player, and I’ll instead focus on certain players, certain teams and just guys who are generally doing very good.

So, to the General WBC News:

Most of the players participating in the Asian bracket- primarily Dutch- left for Asia after today’s games. The classiest exit goes to Andrelton Simmons, who gave his complementary first-class ticket to his mother and instead is flying coach to Taiwan.

Meanwhile, for Team USA, David Wright is expected to have at least three more starts before he heads to WBC camp.

More WBC news as it comes out…

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5 thoughts on “Late WBC News for Feb. 23, 2013

      • hahah of course you can’t do this every day or else you’d be working full time on these updates for the next week.

        I’ve told my friends about your blog, Unfortunately I don’t know that many people here in the US that are following the WBC.

    • Emmanuel this is kind of a follow up to our last post, anyone can fell free to answer. I do agree that US for that matter MLB players are not yet ready at this time of year. So the question is when is the best time to have the WBC?

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