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Devin22

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June 19, 2018...

TOKYO — Members of the 2018 USA Softball Women's National Team (WNT) have landed in Tokyo, Japan for the USA vs Japan All-Star Series, USA Softball announced today.  Team USA will participate in three games against the Japan National Team, including a series-opening matchup at the Tokyo Dome. 
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Representing the U.S. at the USA vs Japan All-Star Series are:

Sis Bates (Ceres, Calif.),
Kylan Becker (Miami, Fla.),
Ally Carda (Elk Grove, Calif.),
Amanda Chidester (Allen Park, Mich.),
Hannah Flippen (San Diego, Calif.),
Courtney Gano (West Covina, Calif.),
Delanie Gourley (Lakeside, Calif.),
Carley Hoover (Clemson, S.C.),
Jazmyn Jackson (San Jose, Calif.),
Kelly Kretschman (Indian Harbour Beach, Fla.),
Jenna Lilley (North Canton, Ohio),
Amanda Lorenz (Moorpark, Calif.),
Mo Mercado (Temecula, Calif.),
Jessica Moore (Sutter, Calif.),
Dejah Mulipola (Garden Grove, Calif.),
Bubba Nickles (Merced, Calif.),
Nicollete Udria (Covina, Calif.).


https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Softball



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June 19, 2018...

TOKYO — Members of the 2018 USA Softball Women's National Team (WNT) have landed in Tokyo, Japan for the USA vs Japan All-Star Series, USA Softball announced today.  Team USA will participate in three games against the Japan National Team, including a series-opening matchup at the Tokyo Dome. 
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Representing the U.S. at the USA vs Japan All-Star Series are:

Sis Bates (Ceres, Calif.),
Kylan Becker (Miami, Fla.),
Ally Carda (Elk Grove, Calif.),
Amanda Chidester (Allen Park, Mich.),
Hannah Flippen (San Diego, Calif.),
Courtney Gano (West Covina, Calif.),
Delanie Gourley (Lakeside, Calif.),
Carley Hoover (Clemson, S.C.),
Jazmyn Jackson (San Jose, Calif.),
Kelly Kretschman (Indian Harbour Beach, Fla.),
Jenna Lilley (North Canton, Ohio),
Amanda Lorenz (Moorpark, Calif.),
Mo Mercado (Temecula, Calif.),
Jessica Moore (Sutter, Calif.),
Dejah Mulipola (Garden Grove, Calif.),
Bubba Nickles (Merced, Calif.),
Nicollete Udria (Covina, Calif.).


https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Softball





Which is the Japanese All Star Series Roster   

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Anyway to watch this or is it just live stats.
EarlyGrayce

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They gonna be doing any PED testing in Tokyo?
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They gonna be doing any PED testing in Tokyo?


lol
Devin22

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The USA Softball WNT and Japan kick off the series on Wednesday, June 20 at 7 p.m. JST time (5 a.m. CT) at the Tokyo Dome, including a pre-game “Home Run Derby”.

From there, the U.S. will head to Sendai for the second game, set to take place at Shellcom Sendai on Thursday, June 23 at 6 p.m. JST (4 a.m. CT).

The U.S. and Japan will close out the series on Saturday, June 25 at the Fukushima Azuma Stadium, which was added as an official venue for baseball and softball events at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

 

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The USA Softball WNT and Japan kick off the series on Wednesday, June 20 at 7 p.m. JST time (5 a.m. CT) at the Tokyo Dome, including a pre-game “Home Run Derby”.

From there, the U.S. will head to Sendai for the second game, set to take place at Shellcom Sendai on Thursday, June 23 at 6 p.m. JST (4 a.m. CT).

The U.S. and Japan will close out the series on Saturday, June 25 at the Fukushima Azuma Stadium, which was added as an official venue for baseball and softball events at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

 



I see that it says USA Softball WNT. But is  actually the Japanese All Star Series Roster. Since there are two squads, this team and the WBSC World Championship Roster. What is the purpose of both squads?
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They gonna be doing any PED testing in Tokyo?


lol



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I see that it says USA Softball WNT. But is  actually the Japanese All Star Series Roster. Since there are two squads, this team and the WBSC World Championship Roster. What is the purpose of both squads?


Good question...
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Looks like the Team USA lost Game 1 4-0.    This Japan Series team, basically USA National "B" team hasn't won a game.
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Looks like the Team USA lost Game 1 4-0.    This Japan Series team, basically USA National "B" team hasn't won a game.



I was gonna say, this is the B team.  Team USA has completely handed over softball dominance to the Japs for sure.
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What kind of dirt does Jessica Moore have on everyone? She won Pac12 pitcher of the year in 2013 while not even the best pitcher on her team (http://static.pac-12.com/sports/softball/stats/2012-13/HTML/lgsumm.htm), then pitches average to very poor in the 3 warmup games and still starts G1.
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What kind of dirt does Jessica Moore have on everyone? She won Pac12 pitcher of the year in 2013 while not even the best pitcher on her team (http://static.pac-12.com/sports/softball/stats/2012-13/HTML/lgsumm.htm), then pitches average to very poor in the 3 warmup games and still starts G1.


Is Megan Kleist in Japan? I thought I saw her in dugout at the weekend games against the pro team, but she never pitched.
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They gonna be doing any PED testing in Tokyo?


I noticed Kretschman is looking quite muscular, is she all natural?  
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I noticed Kretschman is looking quite muscular, is she all natural?  


All man!
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Is Megan Kleist in Japan? I thought I saw her in dugout at the weekend games against the pro team, but she never pitched.

Injured maybe.
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I noticed Kretschman is looking quite muscular, is she all natural?  


Well she is partially natural 
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I noticed Kretschman is looking quite muscular, is she all natural?  


She is all CrossFit apparently.
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Didn’t Oklahoma beat team Japan early in the year? Was this the same team?
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Ueno, among others maybe, was not with Team Japan in Cathedral City
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Is Megan Kleist in Japan? I thought I saw her in dugout at the weekend games against the pro team, but she never pitched.


No, she is not in Japan
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All man!


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Oklahoma tied Team Japan 3-3, albeit without Ueno
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Yes Oklahoma played well vs Japan
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USA lost a second game to Japan.

When are they going to put someone in place who will actually pick the best players out there rather than playing the politics game. This is embarrassing. 
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Just reviewing the stats from the 1st 2 games.  "B" Team USA can't hit, and their pitching is getting torched.
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Makes no sense to me why tryouts are held in January and not June. So much more information revealed about the younger players by then
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Makes no sense to me why tryouts are held in January and not June. So much more information revealed about the younger players by then


Interesting point, however youngest players actually had great seasons?
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why were the tryouts held in Florida. Just curious
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Interesting point, however youngest players actually had great seasons?
No comment there, but it just would seem that having four months of competition would be a significant chunk of information.
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