Dartmouth takes gold at 13U National Atlantic Championship!
OTTAWA – Baseball Canada’s last National Championship of the season came to a close on Sunday as Dartmouth defeated the host Yarmouth to earn gold. Last year’s National Champions Summerside won bronze with their win over Mount Pearl.
13U National Atlantic: Saturday comes to a close
OTTAWA – Four more round-robin games were played Saturday afternoon and evening. The standings are just about set for Sunday’s medal round with only two match-ups to settle before semi-finals. Teams spent the day battling hard to give themselves the best possible chance at a medal.
13U National Atlantic: Competition resumes after rain delays on Friday
OTTAWA – Some of Atlantic Canada’s most talented young baseball players took the field in Yarmouth, NS on Friday and Saturday for Baseball Canada’s 13U National Atlantic Championship. The two first match-ups of the tournament were played on Friday, but the rest of the day’s competition was postponed until Saturday due to rain.
13U National Atlantic Championship Preview
OTTAWA – Baseball Canada has one more National Championship left in store for fans. With 8 of 9 gold medals already handed out, the last one of the year will be on the line at this week’s 13U National Atlantic Championship.
In memory of Michelle McRae (1969-2015)
Baseball Canada is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Michelle McRae, wife of Canisius College Baseball Head Coach, Mike McRae. Mike has also been a coach with Baseball Canada’s National Team program in the past.
Guidelines for bidding on 2018, 2019 WBSC events
OTTAWA-The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) announced their deadlines to bid on international competition for 2018 and 2019 events.
U-18: Canada eliminated after loss to US
OSAKA, Japan – A one out RBI single in the bottom of the eighth from Team USA’s Blake Rutherford brought in the go-ahead run and they would go on to add three more in the inning en route to a 9-5 win over Canada.
U-18: Offence comes up big in win over Australia
OSAKA, Japan – Josh Burgmann (Nanaimo, BC) struck out ten batters and Canada’s offence exploded for ten runs on 15 hits as they earned a 10-3 win over Australia at the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup.
U-18: Canada cooled by Sato, Japan
OSAKA, Japan – Japan’s Sena Sato went the distance and struck out 13, while his offense used a three-run third inning en route to a 5-2 win over Canada as the Super Round (second round) opened at the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup.