Provincial Preview: Nova Scotia

  • April 27, 2012

With the 2012 baseball season right around the corner Baseball.ca is visiting with each of the 10 Provincial organizations to preview the upcoming season. This week we meet with Baseball Nova Scotia Treasurer and Baseball Canada Girls Committee Chair, Holly LaPierre.

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Geoff Gowan Award-Recognizing lifetime contribution to coaching development

  • April 26, 2012

The Geoff Gowan Award was created in 1996 to honour former Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) president Geoffrey Gowan, CM, PhD. The award recognizes lifetime contribution to coaching development. It is awarded to a coach who has presented a positive public image of coaching and enhanced the role of the coach with the Canadian public.

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Baseball Canada announces Women’s National Team Roster for Cuban ‘Triangle’ Series

  • April 24, 2012

OTTAWA-Baseball Canada is pleased to announce the names of 20 players that will travel to Cuba June 7th-14th to participate in the Cuban ‘Triangle’ Series.

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CSTA PRESTIGE Awards honours Valcke

  • April 23, 2012

Vancouver - Tom Valcke was named the recipient of the President's Award by the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance today at the 6th Annual CSTA PRESTIGE Awards Gala held at the River Rock Casino Hotel in Richmond, British Columbia.

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Juniors turn in solid effort in loss to Tigers

  • April 21, 2012

ORLANDO-After two lopsided losses, the Junior National Team turned in a solid performance in their final game of Spring Training even they dropped a 7-2 contest to the Detroit Tigers.

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Provincial Preview: New Brunswick

  • April 20, 2012

With the 2012 baseball season right around the corner Baseball.ca will visit with each of the 10 Provincial organizations during a 10 week period. This week we meet with Baseball New Brunswick Executive Director, David Dion.

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Juniors rained-out after seven innings

  • April 20, 2012

ORLANDO-The Junior National Team and Washington Nationals only managed to play seven innings at ESPN Wide World of Sports today before rain and lightning forced the game to be called.

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Astros hand juniors lopsided defeat

  • April 19, 2012

ORLANDO-The Houston Astros prospects pounded out seventeen hits including two homeruns as they hammered the Junior National Team 15-1 in a seven inning, rain shortened affair at ESPN Wide World of Sports.

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Ballpark in France named after Greg Hamilton

  • April 19, 2012

OTTAWA-Baseball Canada’s Director of National Teams, Greg Hamilton has accomplished many things during his playing and coaching career in the game of baseball and now he can add having a baseball field named in his honour.

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Juniors come up short against Braves

  • April 18, 2012

ORLANDO-The Atlanta Braves scored the go-ahead run off a Junior National Team error in the bottom of the seventh and held on for a 4-3 victory as extended spring training continued at ESPN Wide World of Sports.

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