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2007 European Baseball Championship

2007 European Baseball Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Spain
Dates 7 – 16 September 2007
Teams 12
Venues (in 1 host city)
Defending champions  Netherlands (2005)
Final positions
Champions
 Netherlands (20th title)
Runner-up
 Great Britain
Third place
 Spain
Fourth place  Germany
Tournament statistics
Games played 42
Attendance 19,456 (463 per game)
Best batting average Brant Ust (.600)
Most homeruns hit Raylinos Legito (2)
Most stolen bases Roger Bernadina (4)
Best ERA Nicolas Dubaut (0.00)
Most Valuable Player Brant Ust
2005
2010

The 2007 European Baseball Championship was an international baseball tournament held from September 7 to 16, between national baseball teams of the Confederation of European Baseball. The tournament was held in Barcelona, Spain and served as the qualifying competition for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. The Netherlands won the tournament for the 5th consecutive time and qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Great Britain and Spain advanced to a final qualifying tournament in Taiwan. Prior to the tournament, Greece was removed by the European Baseball Confederation and replaced with Austria.[1] Czech Republic was downgraded to the last place at the end of the tournament and its wins in the preliminary round vacated.

Qualification

Round 1

Pool A

Standings

Qualified for Pool C
Did not qualify for Pool C
Teams W L Pct. GB
 Netherlands 5 0 1.000 -
 Germany 4 1 .800 1
 Sweden 3 2 .600 2
 Czech Republic 2 3 .400 3
 Croatia 1 4 .200 4
 Austria 0 5 .000 5

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[2]

Schedule

September 8, 2007 Sweden  1 – 9  Germany Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 250
Boxscore
September 8, 2007 Czech Republic  4 – 1 (Forfeit)  Croatia Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 150
Boxscore
September 8, 2007 Austria  0 – 22 (F/5)  Netherlands Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 300
Boxscore

September 9, 2007 Croatia  2 – 11  Sweden Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 400
Boxscore
September 9, 2007 Germany  10 – 0 (F/7)  Austria Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 102
Boxscore
September 9, 2007 Netherlands  11 – 0 (F/7)  Czech Republic Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 400
Boxscore

September 10, 2007 Netherlands  14 – 2 (F/7)  Sweden Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 106
Boxscore
September 10, 2007 Czech Republic  6 – 2 (Forfeit)  Austria Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 150
Boxscore
September 10, 2007 Germany  8 – 7  Croatia Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 303
Boxscore

September 11, 2007 Netherlands  6 – 3  Germany Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 350
Boxscore
September 11, 2007 Austria  3 – 8  Croatia Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 300
Boxscore
September 11, 2007 Czech Republic  1 – 2  Sweden Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 200
Boxscore

September 12, 2007 Germany  6 – 1  Czech Republic Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 500
Boxscore
September 12, 2007 Croatia  0 – 13 (F/7)  Netherlands Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 250
Boxscore
September 12, 2007 Sweden  4 – 1  Austria Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 105
Boxscore

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[3]

Pool B

Standings

Qualified for Pool C
Did not qualify for Pool C
Teams W L Pct. GB Tiebreaker
 Great Britain 4 1 0.800 - 1-0
 Spain 4 1 0.800 - 0-1
 France 3 2 0.600 1 1-0
 Italy 3 2 0.600 1 0-1
 Ukraine 1 4 0.200 3
 Russia 0 5 0.000 4

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[2]

Schedule

September 7, 2007 Great Britain  12 – 8  Spain Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 2,500
Boxscore

September 8, 2007 Ukraine  0 – 13  Italy Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 100
Boxscore
September 8, 2007 France  4 – 2  Russia Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 400
Boxscore

September 9, 2007 Spain  5 – 4  Ukraine Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 400
Boxscore
September 9, 2007 Italy  1 – 5  France Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 750
Boxscore
September 9, 2007 Russia  7 – 10  Great Britain Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 500
Boxscore

September 10, 2007 France  6 – 2  Ukraine Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 71
Boxscore
September 10, 2007 Spain  4 – 0  Russia Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 600
Boxscore
September 10, 2007 Italy  6 – 0  Great Britain Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 200
Boxscore

September 11, 2007 France  3 – 4  Great Britain Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 303
Boxscore
September 11, 2007 Ukraine  4 – 3 (F/11)  Russia Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 56
Boxscore
September 11, 2007 Italy  4 – 6  Spain Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 1,200
Boxscore

September 12, 2007 Russia  2 – 7  Italy Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 300
Boxscore
September 12, 2007 Great Britain  9 – 0  Ukraine Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 500
Boxscore
September 12, 2007 Spain  6 – 2  France Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 850
Boxscore

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[3]

Classification games

11th/12th place

September 13, 2007 Russia  7 – 2  Austria Sant Boi, Spain
Attendance: 100
Boxscore

9th/10th place

September 13, 2007 Ukraine  1 – 2  Croatia Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 250
Boxscore

7th/8th place

September 13, 2007 Czech Republic  2 – 7  Italy Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 300
Boxscore

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[3]

Pool C

Standings

Teams W L Pct. GB Tiebreaker
 Netherlands 5 0 1.000
 Great Britain 3 2 .600 2 1-1 (7.50 RA/9)
 Spain 3 2 .600 2 1-1 (7.50 RA/9)
 Germany 3 2 .600 2 1-1 (9.00 RA/9)
 France 1 4 .200 4
 Sweden 0 5 .000 5

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[2]

Schedule

September 14, 2007 Sweden  7 – 10  Great Britain Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 100
Boxscore
September 14, 2007 Netherlands  18 – 0 (F/7)  France Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 1,000
Boxscore
September 14, 2007 Germany  3 – 11  Spain Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 1,000
Boxscore

September 15, 2007 Sweden  0 – 10 (F/7)  France Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 200
Boxscore
September 15, 2007 Great Britain  5 – 7  Germany Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 200
Boxscore
September 15, 2007 Spain  8 – 10 (F/11)  Netherlands Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 2,000
Boxscore

September 16, 2007 Germany  7 – 1  France Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 100
Boxscore
September 16, 2007 Netherlands  6 – 1  Great Britain Montjuïc, Spain
Attendance: 500
Boxscore
September 16, 2007 Sweden  5 – 8  Spain Viladecans, Spain
Attendance: 1,200
Boxscore

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[3]

Final standings

Source: www.baseballstats.eu[2]

Awards

The CEB announced the following awards at the completion of the tournament.[5]

All Star Team
Position Player
Pitcher (RHP) David Bergman
Pitcher (LHP) Enorbel Marquez
Catcher Mike Nickeas
First Base Ian Young
Second Base Yurendell DeCaster
Third Base Raylinos Legito
Short Stop Brant Ust
Outfield Roger Bernadina
Daniel Figueroa
Sasha Lutz
Designated Hitter Sharnol Adriana

Attendance

  • Total Attendance : 19,546
  • Average Attendance : 465

See also

References

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  3. ^ a b c d
  4. ^
  5. ^

External links

  • Official site.
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