A team of 18 home-based players have been summoned to begin training ahead of next month's Africa U23 Cup of Nations in Egypt.
Berekum Chelsea centre-back Zakaria Fuseini, who together with Baah, was the only home-based player to regularly feature in coach Ibrahim Tanko's starting line-up during the qualifiers, has been called up as well.
The team will later be beefed up with a host of foreign-based players who are expected to dominate the final squad for the November 8-22 championship.
The top three teams at the end of the tournament will represent Africa at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in Japan.
Goalkeepers: Kwame Baah (Asante Kotoko), Richmond Ayi (Hearts of Oak), Danlad Ibrahim (Asante Kotoko)
Defenders: Caleb Amankwaa (Aduana Stars), Frank Akoto (Heart of Lions), William Dankyi (Hearts of Oak), Zakaria Fuseini (Berekum Chelsea), Emmanuel Cudjoe (Attram de Visser)
Midfielders: Braimah Foster (Berekum Chelsea), Michael Agbekpornu (Dreams FC), Abdul Aziz Nurudeen (Vision FC), Nasiru Hamzah (Inter Allies), Mohamed Shiraz (New Edubiase), Eric Abdul Razak (Okyeman Planners)
Forwards: Osei-wusu Evans (Tema Youth), Kwame Poku (Nkoransa Warriors), Eric Dupey (Star Madrid), Adiwoh Peter Ernest (Emmanuel FC)