It’s now a month and a half away fase finale del World Baseball Classic 2023 (scheduled from 8 to 21 March), fifth edition of the most prestigious national team tournament in the world of hit and run organized by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) in synergy with the Major League Baseball (MLB).
Italy, qualified for the event and included in Pool A together with the hosts of China Taipei, as well as the Netherlands, Cuba and Panama, will try to do well also thanks to the presence of an MLB player like Brandon Nimmo. The New York Mets fullback will wear the blue jersey during the 2023 World Baseball Classic in anticipation of the start of the MLB regular season, scheduled for March 30.
— GENY Mets Report (@genymets) January 20, 2023
Nobody is back from an extraordinary 2022 season, which has now become the norm for him in recent years. His .274 batting average and .367 on-base percentage made him a solid offensive presence for the team. The 29-year-old American naturalized Italian can therefore aspire to his first All-Star selection in the next MLB regular season.