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Baseball at the 2007 Pan American Games

Baseball at the 2007 Pan American Games took place at Cidade do Rock which received temporary facilities for baseball competitions, with a stadium and training fields. Total capacity for these facilities is 651 spectators.

Cuba is the reigning Pan American Games baseball champion, with 10 consecutive gold medals in Pan American Games.

Tournament

The competition had eight teams divided in two groups. In each group, each team played against all others once and the two best advanced to the semifinals. The best team from Group A will play the second team from Group B and vice versa. Ties within a group were broken by the team allowing the least amount of runs to pass to the knockout round. The competition began on July 14, with the finals on July 19 (rescheduled to July 20 due to rain).

Preliminary round

Group A

Team Pld W L RF RA Pct
USA 3 3 0 20 10 1.000
Nicaragua 3 1 2 6 9 0.333
Dominican Republic 3 1 2 15 9 0.333
Brazil 3 1 2 8 21 0.333

Group B

Team Pld W L RF RA Pct
Cuba 3 2 1 15 8 0.667
Mexico 3 2 1 13 10 0.667
Panama 3 2 1 8 14 0.667
Venezuela 3 0 3 7 11 0.000

Knockout round

Semi-finals Final
18 July
 Nicaragua  0  
 Cuba  4  
 
20 July
     Cuba  3
   USA  1
Third place
18 July 20 July
 Mexico  1  Nicaragua  Cancelled
 USA  2    Mexico  Cancelled

Medal chart

Cuba
United States of America.
Nicaragua (awarded to both since the event was cancelled due to rain).

External links

  • Official Baseball Results from the XV Pan American Games website.
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