Tim Anderson set to represent Team USA

Tim Anderson #7 of the Chicago White Sox in action against the Kansas City Royals at Guaranteed Rate Field on August 03, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois.
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With the return of the World Baseball Classic in the spring of 2023, Team USA, the defending champions, has made another significant addition.

Tim Anderson Of Chicago White Sox Committed to playing for Team USA in the 2023 World Baseball Classic.

Anderson will join a star-studded roster under manager Mark DeRosacharacteristic of one Bryce Harper, jetty realmoto, mike trout, Mookie Bates, nolan arenado, Paul Goldschmidt, Cedric Mullins, Trevor StoryAnd Pete Alonso,

Anderson is out with a torn ligament in his thumb and could miss the rest of the 2022 season, but he should be good to go for the Classic when spring arrives.

Anderson for Classic “All In”

This is another great addition.

Team USA is going to have a stacked roster as they look to defend their title from 2017.

Anderson announced today that he was “all in.”

Anderson will bring tremendous energy to Team USA.

They’ll have yet another guy who drops it on the field and is a true ambassador for the game of baseball with a generous, fun-loving personality.

Anderson is a player who loves to play baseball and will certainly be a big part of Team USA.

The 29-year-old former batting champion has been scoring .301 runs this season with six home runs and 25 RBIs.

Anderson is the first White Sox player to announce his commitment to Team USA.

More talented stars are sure to follow in Anderson’s footsteps as he joins the defending champions of the World Baseball Classic.

Team USA won it all in 2017, but the classic was postponed to 2021 due to the ongoing COVID pandemic.

But it’s time for the classic to get excited again.

Team USA is going to load.

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