Team USA trailed 2-0 going into the bottom of the seventh inning on Wednesday night, but they were able to overcome the late deficit and win 4-2. After producing a solo run in the seventh, USA got a solo homer from Adam Jones to tie the game and a two-run homer from Eric Hosmer to give them the lead. Andrew McCutchen started his second game of the tournament and went 1-for-4 with a single. He played right field in this game after starting in left field during his first game. Josh Harrison did not play in this contest.
Jared Lakind and Team Israel were eliminated from the WBC on Wednesday morning after losing 8-3 to Japan. Lakind pitched twice in the second round, throwing a total of 1.2 shutout innings. He allowed three hits, one walk and had two strikeouts. Both the Netherlands and Jap...
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