Canada to play Mexico in Pam Am semi-final
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Lagos de Moreno, Mexico-After finishing second in the Group B standings with a 2-1 record, Canada will take-on Group A winner, Mexico (3-0) in Monday’s second semi-final at the Pan Am Games.
The game will take place at 7pm CT in front of an expected sold-out, pro-Mexican crowd of over 5,000 people at Armando Reynoso Gutierrez Stadium.
The first semi-final game on Monday will feature one of the greatest rivalries in international baseball as Cuba takes on USA at 2pm CT.
Notes: The Official Pan American Games website is providing updated box scores of each game every half inning. Please click HERE to visit their website…You can also follow all of the action from all of Canada’s games with REAL TIME updates by following Baseball Canada on Twitter (www.twitter.com/baseballcanada).
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