LAHORE: After the postponement of the Asian Games, the Pakistan Feder­ation Baseball (PFB) has decided to continue the national team’s camp to prepare them for the World Baseball Classic Qualifier being held in Panama City in September.

PFB president Syed Fakhar Ali Shah believed that the postponement of Asian Games was unfortunate, adding it would have been a good opportunity for the Pakistani players to test their mettle before participating in the Panama event.

Fakhar expressed the hope that the players would hone their skills under American coach Randall Arms who is imparting the pitching training to the players in Gujranwala.

Published in Dawn, May 14th, 2022

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