The Nicaragua national baseball team is a national team of Nicaragua and is controlled by the Federación Nicaragüense de Béisbol Asociada. It represents the nation in senior-level men's international competition. The team is a member of the COPABE.
Through November 2014, at least twelve of the 13 major leaguers from Nicaragua have played for their national team, including Marvin Benard (2005 Baseball World Cup), Oswaldo Mairena (1996-2008 at least), Porfi Altamirano (1974 Amateur World Series), Dennis Martinez (1973 Amateur World Series (FEMBA)), Tony Chevez (1972 Amateur World Series), David Green (1978 Amateur World Series), Vicente Padilla (1998 Baseball World Cup and 1998 Central American and Caribbean Games), Devern Hansack (2005 Baseball World Cup), Wilton Lopez (2003 Baseball World Cup through 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games), Everth Cabrera (2013 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers), Erasmo Ramírez (2013 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers) and J.C. Ramirez (2013 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers and 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games). Only Albert Williams might not have been on the national team and been in the majors.
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