Team USA Manager Jim Leyland watches his team during practice. Team USA of the World Baseball Classic were training in Fort Myers and playing two consecutive tune-up games, one against the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday and another against the Boston Red Sox on Thursday.
Team USA Manager Jim Leyland watches his team during practice. Team USA of the World Baseball Classic were training in Fort Myers and playing two consecutive tune-up games, one against the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday and another against the Boston Red Sox on Thursday. Andrea Melendez The News-Press
Team USA Manager Jim Leyland watches his team during practice. Team USA of the World Baseball Classic were training in Fort Myers and playing two consecutive tune-up games, one against the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday and another against the Boston Red Sox on Thursday. Andrea Melendez The News-Press

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