Next stop, Cuba for Girls Development Camp
OTTAWA- It’s that time of year again where 24 lucky female baseball players will pack their bags and head to Cuba for the annual Girls Baseball Development Camp.
Catch Team Canada on Sportsnet this spring!
OTTAWA-Sportsnet announced their 2017 Blue Jays Spring Training Broadcast Schedule today that includes two opportunities to watch Team Canada.
20 Canadians in big league camps
OTTAWA- Pitchers and catchers report.
Canada roster announced for 2017 World Baseball Classic
OTTAWA – Canada’s 28-player roster for the 2017 World Baseball Classic was announced tonight on MLB Network along with those of the other 15 participating nations.
2015 Pam Am squad, Ray Carter to be inducted into Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
OTTAWA – The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Induction ceremony slated for June 24th in St. Marys, Ontario will hold extra special meaning for Baseball Canada as it was announced today that the 2015 Pan Am Games gold medal winning squad along with former Baseball Canada President Ray Carter would be enshrined as part of the 2017 induction class.
O'Neill, Soroka, Quantrill make Top 100 cut
OTTAWA- MLBPipeline.com released their annual Top 100 Prospects list Saturday that included three Junior National Team alums revealed on a show that was broadcast on MLB Network.
Baseball Canada releases 2017 Calendar of Events
OTTAWA-The 15th annual National Teams Awards Banquet and Fundraiser on January 14th officially kicked-off 2017 for Baseball Canada in what will be a busy year both on and off the baseball field.
Naylor to participate in 2017 Under Armour All-America Game
OTTAWA- Junior National Team catcher Noah Naylor (Mississauga, ON) was among nine names announced today by Baseball Factory as participants in the 10th annual Under Armour® All-America Baseball Game that will take place on Saturday, July 29th at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The game will be broadcast on MLB Network.
Stars shine at 15th annual National Teams Awards Banquet and Fundraiser
TORONTO- A list of current and former big leaguers including Larry Walker, Justin Morneau, Joey Votto, Jason Bay, Russell Martin and Ryan Dempster along with John Axford, Jeff Francis, Chris Reitsma, Pete Orr, Dalton Pompey and Jim Henderson were part of the festivities Saturday evening as the 15th annual National Teams Awards Banquet and Fundraiser took place at the Renaissance Toronto Downtown.
Jays Care Foundation, Baseball Canada, Little League Canada team up for Challenger Baseball
In front of 30 Challenger Baseball participants and Toronto Blue Jays Outfielder Kevin Pillar, Jays Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Toronto Blue Jays, together with Little League Canada, Baseball Canada and Challenger Baseball Canada today announced an exciting new partnership that will see Jays Care assume leadership of the Challenger Baseball program in Canada.