The World Baseball Classic is right around the corner.
Late on Thursday, the rosters for each squad became official.
Team USA, who won the title back in 2017, has a stacked roster as they look to have a repeat performance six years later.
Some MLB stars such as Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado will be making their return to the Classic, while other stars such as Adam Wainwright will be making his first appearance in WBC play.
On Twitter, the official page for the World Baseball Classic tweeted a graphic featuring the roster for Team USA, including all position players and all pitchers.
Team USA's #WorldBaseballClassic roster: pic.twitter.com/gaRgkK5f11
— World Baseball Classic (@WBCBaseball) February 10, 2023
There are some interesting names to keep an eye on for the Classic.
Obviously, Mike Trout, Trea Turner, Mookie Betts, Pete Alonso, Jeff McNeil, and Kyle Schwarber are players to look out for.
But Kyle Tucker, Will Smith, Miles Mikolas, J.T. Realmuto, and Devin Williams are players to watch as well.
The St. Louis Cardinals have the most players on the roster, and in the entire Classic of any team, with Goldschmidt, Arenado, Wainwright, and Mikolas having committed to play in the tournament.
A few new names appeared on the list as well.
Along with Tim Anderson, the Chicago White Sox are sending starter Lance Lynn to the Classic.
The New York Yankees have two players who have committed, with Nestor Cortes on the pitching staff and backup catcher Kyle Higashioka on the position player side.
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