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The United States will play in the World Baseball Classic Championship Game on Tuesday against Japan, which beat Mexico on Monday night in a semifinal, 6-5.
Team USA beat Cuba 14-2 Sunday night in the other semifinal to advance to the title game.
The U.S. is seeking to repeat as World Baseball Classic champions.
Japan is the only team to have won consecutive World Baseball Classic championships (2006, 2009).
Here's how to watch Tuesday's WBC Final:
Time: Tuesday, 4 p.m. (MST)
Game site: loanDepot park, Miami, home of the Miami Marlins.
Arizona connection: Diamondbacks pitcher Merrill Kelly is expected to start the championship game for the U.S. Kelly started in pool play against Colombia when the U.S. clinched a berth in the quarterfinals. He allowed four hits and two runs in three innings, also walking two, throwing 61 pitches.
Team USA's opponent: Japan came from behind to edge Mexico on Monday night, 6-5. What to know about the two finalists.
Live updates: Follow along with USA Today
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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: World Baseball Classic championship game: Time, channel, how to watch