MONTRÉAL-Baseball Canada is pleased to announce the names of 26 athletes who have been invited to participate in the Women’s National Team Selection Camp from July 9-12 at Gary Carter Stadium in Montréal.
MONTRÉAL- Hannah Martensen tossed a complete-game and earned the win to lead Ontario to its second consecutive gold medal at the Women’s Invitational Championships with a 6-2 victory over the 21U Prospects.
MONTRÉAL- Defending gold medalists Ontario earned the top seed after round robin play at the Women’s Invitational Championships thanks to a perfect 5-0 record and will play fourth seed Québec tomorrow in the semi finals.
OTTAWA- The top women’s baseball players in the country are in Montréal preparing for the Women’s Invitational Championships that get underway Thursday, July 5thwith medal games slated for Sunday, July 8that Gary Carter Stadium.
OTTAWA- Junior National Team shortstop Cesar Valero (Calgary, AB) was among the names recently named to the 11thannual Under Armour® All-America Baseball Game that will take place on Friday, July 20that Wrigley Field in Chicago.
OTTAWA-The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) and United States Special Sports Association (USSSA) announced today that they have reached a broadcast agreement that will see all 50 WBSC Women’s Baseball World Cup games made available for fans around the world.
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Baseball Canada is pleased to introduce Shaped by Our Game, a new initiative on baseball.ca that will profile people who have used our sport to achieve success later in life. Baseball is a sport that provides great life lessons and teaches skills that are applicable for future success in life whether on the baseball field or not.
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