World Baseball Challenge looking for Canadian players
Monday, July 22, 2013
The 3rd edition of the World Baseball Challenge will take place in Prince George, BC from August 13-22, 2013 and the Canadian entry is looking for players with professional or top-level college baseball experience to fill their roster.
The five team event will feature teams from Cuba, the United States, Chinese Taipei and Japan along with the host team representing Canada.
The event is expected to draw MLB scouts, as was the case at the 2009 and 2011 tournaments.
Players are responsible for travel to and from Prince George with meals and accommodations provided.
Interested players are invited to submit their baseball resume, via e-mail, to Manager Darren Doucette: email@example.com
For more information about the World Baseball Challenge, please visit www.worldbaseball.ca
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