SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Oct. 29 (UPI) -- USA Baseball has announced the 24-player roster that will compete at the Olympic Baseball Qualifying Tournament for the Americas.
The roster was pared from 30 players. The begins Thursday in Panama City, Panama and runs through Nov. 10.
Team USA concluded play at the team trials in Phoenix with a 10-3-1 record that included a 9-3 mark against Arizona Fall League Competition.
The final roster, which was selected by USA Baseball Selection Committee co-chairmen Dean Taylor and Bob Watson, features 10 players with major league experience and five former first-round picks.
The manager is Montreal's Frank Robinson.
Among the players chosen were righthander Todd Williams and outfielder Ernie Young, who were members of the 2000 gold-medal winning team in Sydney.
The tournament consists of 10 teams after Aruba, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic dropped out.