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USA vs. Canada World Baseball Classic breaks MLB Network history


The World Baseball Classic Round 1 elimination game between the USA and Canada last Sunday became the most-watched non-Postseason game in MLB Network history. Peaking at 1.25 million viewers in the final innings, the game was highlighted by a 4-run rally by the US in the ninth inning to win 9-4.

The World Baseball Classic games have averaged 252,000 viewers from Friday, Mar. 8 through Sunday, Mar. 10 (according to Nielsen ratings).

Round 2 of the World Baseball Classic began today with Japan vs. Netherlands at 6:00 a.m. ET, Italy vs. Dominican Republic at 1:00 p.m. ET, and USA vs. Puerto Rico at 8:00 p.m. ET. For a full schedule of games, visit The World Baseball Classic website.

You can find MLB Network in 720p HD on DIRECTV (Ch. 213), DISH Network (Ch. 152), Verizon FiOS TV (Ch. 586), AT&T (Ch. 1634), and most cable TV providers (check your local listings).

Source: MLB.com

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