Baseball Canada names 33 athletes to Spring Training roster
OTTAWA- Baseball Canada is pleased to announce the names of 33 athletes that have been invited to the Junior National Team’s (U-18) annual Spring Training Camp taking place at the Walter Fuller Complex in St. Petersburg, Florida from March 15-24.
Canada jumps to #7 in latest WBSC Baseball World Rankings
OTTAWA- Canada has moved up three spots from tenth to seventh in the latest World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Baseball World Rankings that were unveiled earlier today.
Canadians in big league spring training
OTTAWA- Fittingly, Canada’s only Major League Baseball club, the Toronto Blue Jays, feature the highest number of Canadian players in the big league spring training this year with five.
Cuba Girls Development Camp set for ninth year
OTTAWA-Warm weather while playing your favourite sport in a country where the game is practically a religion, and in the month of February! That will be the reality for 25 lucky female baseball players next week when the annual Girls Baseball Development Camp gets underway in Havana, Cuba.
Baseball Canada releases 2018 Calendar of Events
OTTAWA- With pitchers and catchers set to report to spring training across sites in Arizona and Florida next week, baseball is right around the corner, and we’re thrilled to release the Calendar of Events for 2018!
Junior National Team to appear on Sportsnet in March!
OTTAWA-For the second year in a row, the Junior National Team’s annual Spring Training contest against the Toronto Blue Jays will be broadcast nationally as Sportsnet revealed their 2018 Blue Jays Spring Training Broadcast Schedule earlier today.
Martinez, Moseby, Humber headed to Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
St. Marys, ON – The Montreal Expos’ only Cy Young Award winner, the first Toronto Blue Jays outfielder to win a Silver Slugger Award and Canada’s premier baseball historian will form the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s induction class of 2018.
We are pleased to launch our 2018 Public Service Announcement, produced by Rogers, entitled “Not Just A Game”