Baseball Canada announces 2009 World Cup roster

  • August 31, 2009

OTTAWA – Baseball Canada has announced its 24-man roster for the IBAF Baseball World Cup which begins on September 9th in Europe. Team Canada has revealed 23 names with one roster decision still pending.

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Québec is golden at the Canada Games

  • August 28, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – A five run third inning was more than enough for Québec to claim their first gold medal in baseball at the Canada Games since 1993 with an 8-1 win over Alberta.

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Alberta and Québec go for gold at the Canada Games

  • August 27, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – Alberta came up with perhaps the biggest surprise of the tournament at the Canada Games by upsetting heavily favoured Ontario by a score of 2-0 to reach the gold medal game.

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Medal round set at the Canada Games

  • August 26, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – With British Columbia’s loss last night, all that was left to determine for the medal round was who would advance between Alberta and Saskatchewan in Pool B. Today we got our answer as both teams squared off this afternoon.

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Ontario remains unbeaten at the Canada Games

  • August 26, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – It was a battle between two undefeated teams, and familiar foes, looking to claim top spot in Pool A at the Canada Games. Ontario and Québec did battle in what was the continuation in an excellent rivalry.

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One-sided affairs on Day 2 of Canada Games

  • August 25, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – The early games on Day 2 of the Canada Games saw why Ontario, Québec and British Columbia are considered the heavy favourites to leave the Games with medals around their necks.

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More supremacy at Canada Games

  • August 25, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – One giant stakes its claim, while another is slain in evening action at the Canada Games.

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Canada Games Baseball gets underway

  • August 24, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – Week two of the 2009 Canada Summer Games is underway, which means baseball is on the slate in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

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2009 National Championships: Senior final set

  • August 24, 2009

OTTAWA – Hurricane “Bill” may have left the region, but there are still some drizzles in the forecast for Dartmouth.  But that will not stop the Senior Men’s Championship from concluding today as now the gold and bronze medal matchups have been set.

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Manitoba goes 2-0 on opening day at Canada Games

  • August 24, 2009

CHARLOTTETOWN – Manitoba has gotten off to a good start at the 2009 Canada Games with a pair of win on day one of the baseball tournament, including n 8-4 win in front of a sold out crowd against the host province Prince Edward Island.

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