Black Sox win opening game of World Cup

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The New Zealand softball team, the Black Sox, has beaten the Czech Republic 3-1 in their opening match at the men’s softball World Cup in Auckland.

Tane Mumu, Ben Enoka, and Joel Evans scored runs on Saturday in an encouraging start for the Black Sox, who are chasing an eighth world title.

The Black Sox play their second pool match against the United States on Sunday.

Four-time champions Canada beat Venezuela 3-2 in the other early game on day one.

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