Mexico vs Japan Team Mexico will face Team Japan on March 20 in the second semi-final of the World Baseball Classic (WBC). The game will start at 7 pm. local time and will be played at Londepot Park in Miami, Florida.
Mexico advanced to the WBC semifinals after defeating Puerto Rico 5–4 in the quarterfinals. It was an exciting game in which the Mexicans were able to secure an important victory. In the group stage, Mexico managed to top Group C, thanks to an impressive win against the US team.
Mexico vs Japan Match Kick Off Time
NAME: Mexico vs Japan
DATE: 20 March 2023
TIME: 19:00 ET
VENUE: LoanDepot Park
Japan is the baseball heavyweight of the East and has reached the semi-finals in every edition of the tournament thus far, making them the only team to achieve the feat. They are also the only team to win the WBC twice and are looking to increase their dominance in the tournament. However, this will be their first match away from home, which could have an impact on their performance.
Here’s the television schedule for the next few days of the tournament
1.March 18, 7 p.m. (EST) United States vs. Venezuela – Quarterfinal
2.March 19, 7 p.m. (EST) Cuba vs. Quarterfinal 4 winner – Semifinal
3.March 20, 7 p.m. (EST) Japan vs. Mexico – Semifinal
For viewers in the United States, there are several options for baseball fans to watch games online. FuboTV is a platform that provides live streaming of all sports on multiple channels including FS1 and FS2. Other options to watch the tournament live are Hulu and Prime Video. Other countries also offer different regional options to watch the tournament.
As we head into the final stages of the WBC, the top teams will be vying for a shot at the championship. Team Mexico will be looking to win their first WBC title, while the Japanese hope to take their tally to three championships.
Mexico’s most dominant performers in the tournament so far have been Luis Urías, Rowdy Téllez and Randy Arrozarena. These are all big names with proven MLB experience. Japan, on the other hand, is led by its iconic superstar Shohei Ohtani and supported by talents like Munataka Murakami and Lars Knutbaar.
The heavyweight showdown promises to be a high-scoring thriller as both the teams will be ready to fight till the bitter end.
For those in the United States to see this historic match for the Mexican baseball team, it will be broadcast by Fox Sports and Fox Deportes, while in Mexico it is Imagen that has the rights to the World Baseball Classic.
It should be an interesting game and a large Mexican crowd is also expected at Londepot Park in Miami, with most fans cheering for Julio Urias and co. With luck with this appointment.