Brett Roneberg chatting about the world baseball classic

As Mexico's team sent big league pitcher oliver perez mound in front of the challenger against the Australian dollar, rarely can predict the results, is to come. A record 22 hits, including four home runs, 17 merciful rules lead to victory. Back to Australia. Mexican fans throwing the scene with the nuts and bolts from the stadium, and a group of Australian officials must arrive to the team bus left the field of security. Again, the team also can call Australia showed the ball.
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The 2009 World Baseball Classic was a remarkable one for the Australian team. They took down one of the best nations in baseball and did it with style. It was a typical display of Australian competitiveness and tenacity, and of the great Aussie tradition of the underdog. Players up and down the line-up put up huge results. These were punctuated by the numbers put up by the veteran Roneberg. In the early stages of the campaign, manager Deeble said Brett was one of the top five hitters in the country. By the end of the tournament, this looked like a huge understatement. Roneberg led the entire WBC tournament in batting average (.714), slugging percentage (1.286) and OPS (2.036). With numbers like this, I thought Brett would be the perfect guy to ask about the WBC in the lead up to the 2013 campaign. I tracked him down to re-live his 2009 experience, and to seek his thoughts on the 2013 edition.

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