Sleeth Makes USA Baseball National Team

Wake Forest pitcher Kyle Sleete was selected to the USA Baseball National Team this past week.

Tucson, Arizona - USA Baseball announced today the official 22-man roster for the 2002 USA Baseball National Team. The USA National Team was selected from a pool of 35 players that just completed a four-day trials process at Hi Corbett Field - the headquarters of USA Baseball. For a full detailed roster, log on to

The 2002 USA Baseball National Team 22-man roster: 

Player             Pos Yr School         
Alvarez, Abe       LHP So Long Beach St.
Aubrey, Michael    IF  So Tulane
Bakker, Kyle       LHP So Georgia Tech
Cordero, Chad      RHP So CS Fullerton
Costa, Shane       OF  So CS Fullerton
Fuld, Sam          OF  So Stanford
Hill, Aaron        IF  So Louisiana St.
Humber, Philip     RHP Fr Rice
Jackson, Conor     IF  So California
Johnson, Grant     RHP Fr Notre Dame
Jurich, Mark       OF  So Louisville
Littleton, Wes     RHP So CS Fullerton
Patterson, Eric    IF  Fr Georgia Tech
Pedroia, Dustin    IF  Fr Arizona State
Powell, Landon     C   So South Carolina
Quentin, Carlos    OF  So Stanford
Sammons, Clint     C   Fr Georgia
Sleeth, Kyle       RHP So Wake Forest
Street, Huston     RHP Fr Texas
Sullivan, Brad     RHP So Houston
Weeks, Rickie      OF  So Southern
Zimmermann, Bob    RHP So SW Missouri State

In addition, USA Baseball announced today that a "real-time" game scoring webcast feature has been launced at All 30 USA Baseball National Team games will be shown by live play-by-play on our website in real-time, including tonight's opening game against the Santa Barbara Foresters at 7:00 pm PST, and all games that Team USA competes in at the first ever FISU Collegiate World Baseball Championships in Messina, Italy August 3-11.

Team USA will play a total of 30 games this summer, including 17 on the domestic side of their Red, White and Blue Summer Tour. For a full schedule of dates, times and locations, along with ticket information, log on to

June 24   Santa Barbara Foresters  Tucson, Arizona 7 pm
June 25   Santa Barbara Foresters  Tucson, Arizona 7 pm
June 28   Japan                    Aberdeen, Maryland 7 pm
June 29   Japan                    Bridgeport, Conn. 7 pm
June 30   Japan                    Long Island, NY 7 pm
July 3    Japan                    Lakewood, NJ 7 pm
July 4    Japan                    Trenton, NJ 7 pm
July 5    Torrington Twisters      Torrington, Conn. 7 pm
July 6    Mill City All-Americans  Lowell, Mass. 7 pm
July 7    Sanford Mainers          Sanford, Maine 7 pm
July 8    Concord Quarry Dogs      Concord, NH 7 pm
July 9    Keene Swamp Bats         Keene, NH 7 pm
July 11   Newport Gulls            Newport, RI 7 pm
July 12   Northern Ohio            Strongsville, Ohio 7 pm
July 13   Northern Ohio            Strongsville, Ohio 6 pm
July 14   Northern Ohio            Strongsville, Ohio 4 pm
July 15   Great Lakes All-Stars    Strongsville, Ohio 7 pm
July 19   Chinese Taipei           Haarlem, Netherlands 7 pm
July 21   South Africa             Haarlem, Netherlands 7 pm
July 23   Japan                    Haarlem, Netherlands 7 pm
July 25   Cuba                     Haarlem, Netherlands 7 pm
July 27   The Netherlands          Haarlem, Netherlands 7 pm
July 28   Championship Game        Haarlem, Netherlands 2 pm
Aug 3-11  Seven games & World Championships Messina, Italy

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