|Greek national baseball team|
|Federation||Hellenic Amateur Baseball Federation (HABF)|
|Confederation||Confederation of European Baseball|
|Manager||Jim “Skip” Essian|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2004)|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2011)|
|Appearances||6 (2003: 2nd , 2005: 9th, 2010: 4th, 2012: 7th, 2014: 10th, 2016: 11th) (First in 2003)|
The Greek national baseball team is the baseball team that represents Greece in international play.
The first time that Greece put together a national team that got any recognition in the baseball world was during the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Greece, as the host country, was faced with the dilemma that the actual baseball talent pool in the country was very small, and what players were available were amateur. However, as a result of lenient citizenship laws, various minor leaguers from the United States were able to play for the Greeks. Among the better known players were Baltimore Orioles prospect Nick Markakis, former Major Leaguer Clay Bellinger and various other players of Greek descent. The team's American coach, Dusty Rhodes led them to a 7th-place finish in the tournament, with a single win against Italy.
|Czech Republic 2005||9th|
|Czech Republic, Germany 2014||10th|
|Official roster||Coaching staff|
|Updated 1 August 2017|
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