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Defending champion United States will look to become the second team to win back-to-back World Baseball Classic titles after a 14–2 thrashing of Cuba to reach the 2023 championship game.

MIAMI – It’s the matchup every fan and player dreamed of at the start of the tournament: Samurai Japan vs. Team USA in the World Baseball Classic final.Japan will face Team USA on Tuesday in the WBC Championship (7 p.m. ET, FS1).

Japan mounted a thrilling comeback win over Mexico on Monday night in their semifinal matchup, and that means Japan and Team USA will meet in the finals of the 2023 World Baseball Classic on Tuesday night. Team USA, which won the 2017 tournament, is attempting to defends its title. Meantime, Japan, which won the first two WBCs, is attempting to win the crown for the third time. Japan is already the only nation to win more than one WBC. Suffice it to say, the stakes are high.

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The 2023 World Baseball Classic comes to a close with one last game, pitting the defending champion Team USA vs. two-time winner Japan for the title.

Despite a couple high-profile injuries, it's been a wildly successful tournament, shattering attendance and television viewing records and resulting a raucous atmosphere among the sold-out crowds for each of the final four games played in Miami.

Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Merrill Kelly will start the game on the mound for the USA, while left-hander Shota Imanaga gets the nod for Japan.

Japan, who remains undefeated in the 2023 WBC, secured their place in the “final four” with a convincing 9-3 win over Italy. Mexico, on the other hand, is playing in the semifinals for the first time in their history after pulling off a nail-biting 5-4 upset victory over Puerto Rico.

This will be a great matchup tonight to see who will play the United States in the WBC Final tomorrow night.

Team USA are out to defend their title when they face Team Japan, who are two-time champions, in the final of the 2023 World Baseball Classic in Miami.

USA vs Japan: preview Having finished second to Mexico in Pool C, Team USA edged Venezuela 9-7 in the quarter-finals, before sweeping into the final with a last-four rout of Cuba on Sunday.

Mark DeRosa’s men triumphed 14-2 in Miami, as the 2017 tournament winners took one step closer to securing the second World Baseball Classic crown in their history.

Team Japan, who topped Pool B with a 100% record, saw off Italy 6-3 in the last eight, then booked their final spot with a 6-5 walk-off victory over Mexico on Monday.

The Japanese haven’t been to the championship game since they lifted the second of their two global titles in 2009.

Team USA plays Samurai Japan in the final of the 2023 World Baseball Classic at loanDepot Park in Miami, Florida on Tuesday, March 21 (3/21/2023) at 7 p.m. ET.

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This is the matchup many fans and players were hoping for, as two powerhouse sides packed with the stars of Major League Baseball and the Nippon Professional Baseball Organization clash for the title. Japan is on the hunt for its third WBC title, while Team USA will be shooting for back-to-back wins.

Trea Turner is on a red hot streak for the USA, with a grand slam in the quarterfinals followed by two home runs in the semifinal on Sunday. Japan’s Munetaka Murakami could be a game changer, depending on whether he’s cold at the plate, like he has been most of the tournament, or opens up with another deep blast like the one that gave Japan a walk off win in the semifinals.

Shohei Ohtani is coming off a clutch performance in the comeback win over Mexico in the semis, and he figures to be batting third against Kelly and the U.S. He's Japan's most accomplished hitter, and his power will probably be needed in this one if Japan is to prevail. Ohtani is also worth watching because there's a chance that he'll pitch in relief and maybe even face Angels teammate Mike Trout.

Trea Turner continued his hot streak with two home runs in the semi-final against Cuba, and he and his Team USA teammates will now play in the championship game on Tuesday (March 21), against Mexico or Japan.

The prize for the winner is the big one – the World Baseball Classic trophy, and the right to be called national team world champions.