MLB season opens with nine Canadians
OTTAWA- The 2015 Major League Baseball season officially opens today with nine Canadians on Opening Day rosters.
Get to know your PSO: Baseball Alberta
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!
Where are they now: 2012 Junior National Team - Part One
OTTAWA- It’s hard to believe that nearly three years ago, 20 Canadian teenagers went on an unprecedented run at the IBAF 18U World Cup in Seoul, South Korea coming up just short in their quest for a world championship.
Eight Canadian umpires selected to work Pan Am Games
OTTAWA- Baseball Canada is pleased to announce that eight Canadian umpires have been selected to work at the Pan Am Games in Toronto this July.
Blue Jays Baseball Academy and Honda Canada release Super Camp and Instructional Clinic schedule for 2015
For the 5th consecutive season, the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy will host both Blue Jays Honda Super Camps and Blue Jays Honda Instructional Clinics across Canada this summer. These camps and clinics will target amateur baseball players ages 8-16 and will be run in partnership with both Baseball Canada and Little League Baseball Canada. The Blue Jays Baseball Academy is committed to helping develop and grow the game of baseball across Canada.
Rays top juniors in spring training finale
Score: Tampa Bay Rays 4 Canada (18U) 1
Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Florida