WBSC reveals 2015 U18 Baseball World Cup teams, dates
OTTAWA- The World Baseball Softball Confederation announced today the 12 countries that will participate in the 2015 U18 Baseball World Cup that will take place from August 26th – September 6th in Nishinomiya, Japan.
Baseball Canada mourns the loss of Greg LaPierre
It is with great sadness that Baseball Canada announces the passing of Greg LaPierre, the loving husband of Baseball Canada Treasurer Holly LaPierre.
Baseball Canada announces Women's National Team Pan Am Games Coaching Staff
OTTAWA-Baseball Canada is pleased to announce the coaching and support staff that will lead the 2015 edition of the Women’s National Team at the Pan American Games in Ajax, Ontario next July.
Spend a day with Ryan Dempster!
Recently retired major league pitcher and the newest member of the Chicago Cubs’ front office, Ryan Dempster has once again stepped up to the plate offering a once-in-a-lifetime fantasy baseball package to help support Baseball Canada's National Teams.
Registration open for Tournament 12 tryout camps
OTTAWA- The Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy will be hosting six Tournament 12 (T12) tryout camps across Canada during the spring/summer of 2015 and registration is now open.
Baseball Canada announces 2015 Calendar of Events
OTTAWA- Last October, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, declared 2015 as the “Year of Sport” in Canada and with one look at the upcoming Calendar of Events for Baseball Canada in 2015 – it could very well be the “Year of Baseball” as well with a busy schedule that has already begun.
Baseball Canada National Teams Awards Banquet and Fundraiser set for January 10th
OTTAWA-Baseball Canada will host some of its most distinguished alumni, corporate partners and friends at the Northern Lights Ballroom of the Renaissance Toronto Downtown this Saturday, January 10th.
Top 101 Influential Canadians in baseball list features plenty of Baseball Canada content
OTTAWA- Toronto Sun Sportswriter Bob Elliott released his annual list of the Top 101 ‘Most Influential Canadians in Baseball’ and once again many names with ties to Baseball Canada made the cut.