The Cleveland Indians’ organization added a couple Canadians to their big league roster today in acquiring former Junior National Team stars Josh Naylor (Mississauga, ON) and Cal Quantrill (Port Hope, ON) from the San Diego Padres.
Markham, Ontario native Jordan Romano has literally been unhittable this season in earning a role as one of Blue Jays’ Manager Charlie Montoyo’s high-leverage relievers through the team’s first 15 games.
The fact that no minor league baseball will take place in 2020 hasn’t slowed down prospect chatter and with the Major League Baseball Draft and corresponding signing period now in the rearview mirror, MLB Pipeline has released their updated Top 100 and Top 30 by Team prospects lists.
OTTAWA - Canadian Mike Soroka suffered a horrendous season-ending injury last night when the Atlanta Braves ace hurler tore his achilles tendon during the third inning against the New York Mets in Atlanta.
OTTAWA- Junior National Team alumnus Mike Soroka will be on the mound as the starting pitcher for the Atlanta Braves when they open their Major League Baseball season in New York against the Mets on July 24th, the club confirmed yesterday.
OTTAWA – Junior National Team outfielders Owen Caissie and David Calabrese heard their names called during the five-round Major League Baseball Draft in June and now both players have signed contracts to begin their professional baseball careers.
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