Baseball Canada recognizes Rally Cap national prize winner

  • October 31, 2012

OTTAWA-Baseball Canada would like to recognize Gabe from Manitoba as the 2012 recipient of the Rally Cap national prize. Gabe was randomly selected out of numerous submissions from the Rally Cap Player of the Week draw that took place throughout the summer.

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Mathieson and Molleken chasing Japan Series title

  • October 29, 2012

OTTAWA-Two Canadians are battling it out on the other side of the world as the Nippon Ham Fighters take-on the Yomiuri Giants to decide the champion of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) in Japan.

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Baseball Researcher looking for games lasting 20 or more innings

  • October 26, 2012

Are you aware of any baseball games in Canada that have lasted 20 or more innings? Well if you are, Baseball Researcher Phil Lowry wants to know about it.

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Toronto Blue Jays to conduct first National Baseball Coaches Clinic at Rogers Centre

  • October 24, 2012

The Toronto Blue Jays in partnership with Baseball Canada will host the first Blue Jays Baseball Academy National Baseball Coaching Clinic at Rogers Centre from January 4-6, 2013.

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Register today: Girls Development Camp in Cuba

  • October 23, 2012

OTTAWA-In February Baseball Canada will conduct a Girls Development Camp in Havana, Cuba for players aged 14-18.

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Juniors fall to Stetson in camp finale

  • October 20, 2012

DELAND, FL- Stetson University scored early and often as they defeated the Junior National Team 10-3 to wrap-up the Fall Instructional League Camp.

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Braves too much for juniors

  • October 19, 2012

ORLANDO-The Atlanta Braves prospects scored fourteen runs on seventeen hits and held the Junior National Team to only three hits as they cruised to a 14-0 win at ESPN Wide World of Sports.

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Strong pitching leads juniors over Jays

  • October 17, 2012

DUNEDIN-Four pitchers combined on a two-hit shutout as the Junior National Team blanked the Toronto Blue Jays Instructional League Club 5-0 at the Bobby Mattick Complex.

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Jays power way past juniors

  • October 16, 2012

DUNEDIN-The Toronto Blue Jays prospects pounded out fifteen hits including two home runs as they defeated the Junior National Team 13-3 at the Bobby Mattick Complex in Dunedin.

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Juniors shutout by Braves

  • October 15, 2012

ORLANDO-A solo home run in the second inning was all the offence the Atlanta Braves prospects needed as they blanked the Junior National Team 8-0 in Fall Instructional League action.

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