Canberra Cavalry second-base Cam Warner could make his Australian debut on Sunday.
Australia continues their preparations for a potential Olympic Games campaign when they take on Korean side Doosan Bears in Geelong.
Warner was one of four Cavalrymen selected for the two games against the Korean Baseball Organisation champions, along with Steve Kent, Robbie Perkins and Josh Warner.
The second game is on Tuesday night.
Warner announced himself in the ABL this season and was one of the reasons the Cavalry went within one win of making the championship series.
The 25-year-old finished the season with a batting average of .328, his best in his three-year ABL career.
Along with filling the second spot on the batting line-up, Warner was also a crucial element in the infield - covering both second and third base.
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Now he's been rewarded with the chance to represent his country against some of the world's best players.
Australia are preparing for an Olympic qualifying tournament in Taiwan in April.
Josh Warner, no relation, could also cap a big week with Australian selection.
Warner has been in Japan for Yokohama Baystars' spring training after an excellent ABL campaign.
Kent was given the same opportunity last year.
Warner finished his season as a relief pitcher with an earned-run average of 3.46.