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International baseball or an international baseball competition is a competition between the national baseball teams of two countries. The first international competition were the Central American Games in 1926 which featured three games between the national teams of Mexico and Cuba.
Later competitions have included the Baseball World Cup, Intercontinental Cup, World Baseball Classic, Olympics, Women's Baseball World Cup, World Junior Championship, World University Championship, World Youth Championship, Pan-American Games, Haarlem Baseball Week, World Port Tournament and European Championship.
- Peter C. Bjarkman: Diamonds around the Globe: The Encyclopedia of International Baseball, Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 2005. ISBN 978-0313322686
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