Press Release Major League Baseball
London 24 September, 2012
European Baseball history is being made with Regensburg, Germany currently hosting the first ever World Baseball Classic event on European soil. Now is the chance for loyal fans to continue being part of this memorable journey at the final game on Monday 24 September at 19:00 CET. Host country Germany will battle the Canadian National Team for an exclusive spot at the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
With the Qualifier coming to an end, it is time to reward faithful fans. In conjunction with Buchbinder Rent-a-car, a special offer is available to those who have already attended games at the qualifier. These fans are entitled to a €10 ticket that can be used towards a seat in any price category. This gives devoted spectators the opportunity to witness history from the location of their choice, for the view of a lifetime.
Past attendees have been emailed information regarding the discounted ticket price and must simply bring the email confirmation to the ticket office to redeem this great offer. Spectators who purchase the first 100 tickets under this promotion will also receive a limited edition World Baseball Classic Regensburg pin. The time has come to see if Coach Greg Frady can lead the German National Team to its biggest success to date.
About the World Baseball Classic Qualifier in Regensburg:
The World Baseball Classic Qualifier in Regensburg, Germany is a premier international event being held from 20-24 September 2012. This marks the first time in World Baseball Classic history that an event is being played on European soil. The tournament features Germany, Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Canada, all competing for one spot at the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
About the World Baseball Classic:
The World Baseball Classic is the official baseball world championship, showcasing the best players from around the world representing their national team. The next competition takes place in March 2013, following four qualification rounds in fall 2012. The winner of each qualification round will join 12 pre-qualified teams to combine for 16 total nations competing for the title.