Baseball at the 2015 Pan American Games
|Baseball at the XVII Pan American Games|
Baseball pictogram for the games
|Dates||July 11–26, 2015|
|Competitors||258 from 8 nations|
|Baseball at the|
2015 Pan American Games
Baseball competitions at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto was held from July 11 to 26 at the Pan Am Ball Park, in Ajax, Ontario. Women's baseball made its Pan American Games debut, after being added to the program at the 2013 Pan American Sports Organization's general assembly. A total of seven men's and five women's teams competed in each tournament respectively.
|P||Preliminaries||½||Semifinals||B||Bronze medal match||F||Final|
|Event↓/Date →||Sat 11||Sun 12||Mon 13||Tue 14||Wed 15||Thu 16||Fri 17||Sat 18||Sun 19||Mon 20||Tue 21||Wed 22||Thu 23||Fri 24||Sat 25||Sun 26|
The following athletes were the final medallists.
A total of seven men's teams and five women's team qualified to compete at the games. For the men's tournament, the host nation Canada along with the United States (for its contributions to the game) qualified automatically. The top four teams at the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games also qualified. The last qualifier saw one team qualify from the 2015 South American Championships. For the women's tournament, Canada as host nation qualified automatically, along with the top four nations at the qualification event held in March 2015. Men's rosters can be have a maximum of 24 athletes, while women's rosters can have a maximum of 18 athletes.
|2014 Central American and Caribbean Games||November 15–21||4|
|2015 South American Championships||February 28 – March 7||1|
|2015 Pan American Women's Baseball Championships||March 8–15||4|
A total of eight countries qualified baseball teams. The numbers in parenthesis represents the number of participants qualified.
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