Soroka works three scoreless against Braves pros

  • April 18, 2015

(Photo: Eddie Michels)

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Get to know your PSO: Baseball Manitoba

  • April 16, 2015

Get to know your PSO (Provincial Sport Office) is back in time for the 2015 season with the aim to provide an informative look at each of the ten Provincial Baseball Organizations throughout Canada. The 2015 baseball season is already underway for some provinces, while others are still counting down the days until they can get on the field. Either way, baseball season is upon us so let’s take a closer look at the organizations that help bring baseball to communities across our country!

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Job Opportunity: Baseball New Brunswick

  • April 16, 2015

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Get to know your PSO: Baseball Sask

  • April 14, 2015

Get to know your PSO (Provincial Sport Office) is back in time for the 2015 season with the aim to provide an informative look at each of the ten Provincial Baseball Organizations throughout Canada. The 2015 baseball season is already underway for some provinces, while others are still counting down the days until they can get on the field. Either way, baseball season is upon us so let’s take a closer look at the organizations that help bring baseball to communities across our country!

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Baseball Ontario Concussion Awareness Webinar April 14th - 8pm EDT

  • April 13, 2015

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WBSC announces groups for 2015 U18 Baseball World Cup in Japan

  • April 10, 2015

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Get to know your PSO: Baseball BC

  • April 10, 2015

Get to know your PSO (Provincial Sport Office) is back in time for the 2015 season with the aim to provide an informative look at each of the ten Provincial Baseball Organizations throughout Canada. The 2015 baseball season is already underway for some provinces, while others are still counting down the days until they can get on the field. Either way, baseball season is upon us so let’s take a closer look at the organizations that help bring baseball to communities across our country!

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Baseball Canada Announces Junior National Team Extended Spring Training Roster

  • April 09, 2015

OTTAWA- Baseball Canada announced today the names of 31 players invited to the Junior National Team’s Extended Spring Training camp in Lake Buena Vista, Florida at ESPN Wide World of Sports from April 17-25.

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National Championships awarded to Vaughan and Bedford

  • April 09, 2015

OTTAWA- Baseball Canada’s National Championships committee recently awarded national championship events to the communities of Vaughan, ON and Bedford, NS.

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Where are they now: 2012 Junior National Team ? Part Two

  • April 08, 2015

OTTAWA- Last week we provided an update on some members of the 2012 Junior National Team who went on to play college baseball.

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