Two talented players, Syed Muhammad Shah and Wahid, are set to play in the upcoming Baseball United All-Star tournament on November 24 and 25 in Dubai.
Hailing from Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, respectively, both players, aged 20 and 19, both of them will play as 'infielder'.
Syed Muhammad Shah, the son of the esteemed Syed Khawar Shah, recognized as the pioneer of baseball in Pakistan, adds a familial touch to the sport's legacy.
The duo will showcase their skills at the Dubai International Stadium alongside players from India, Sri Lanka, Uganda, and Palestine.
Having recently secured victory in the West Asia Cup, where they triumphed over Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, and Palestine, the Pakistani baseball team is riding a wave of success. Eyes are now set on the Asian Championship next month.
Marking a historic occasion, the Baseball United All-Star event will witness the inaugural professional baseball games in the Middle East and South Asia.
Players from the region will share the field with icons from America's Major League Baseball (MLB), elevating the sport's profile in this dynamic and diverse part of the world.