Baseball Canada reveals on-line auction list
OTTAWA-An incredible fantasy baseball package from former Chicago Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster, Chairman’s Suite tickets for Maple Leafs and Raptors games along with signed memorabilia from the likes of Roberto Alomar, Freddie Freeman, Russell Martin, Justin Morneau and Super Bowl champion Luke Willson are all being auctioned off to support Baseball Canada’s Senior and Junior National Teams.
Soroka, Quantrill, O'Neill crack Baseball America Top 100 MLB Prospects
OTTAWA-For the second consecutive year, three Junior National Team alumni have cracked Baseball America’s Top 100 MLB Prospects.
Stephenson named finalist for inaugural SABR award
OTTAWA- She’s played in all seven World Baseball Softball Confederation Women’s Baseball World Cups, won a Pan Am Games silver medal and now Ashley Stephenson is among four finalists for the inaugural Dorothy Seymour Mills Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by the Society For American Baseball Research’s (SABR) Women in Baseball Committee.
Morneau set to announce retirement
One of the greatest Canadian baseball players of all-time is calling it a career as New Westminster, BC native Justin Morneau is set to announce his retirement today at a news conference at Target Field in Minnesota.
Young stars take centre stage at National Teams Banquet
TORONTO- Some of the brightest young Canadian baseball talent was highlighted over the weekend at the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel as Baseball Canada held its annual National Teams Awards Banquet and Fundraiser for the 16th consecutive year.
16th Annual Alumni Banquet and Fundraiser set for January 13th
OTTAWA-Baseball Canada will host some of its most distinguished alumni, corporate partners and friends at the Northern Lights Ballroom inside the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel this Saturday, January 13th for the annual Baseball Canada National Teams Awards Banquet and Fundraiser, presented by Rogers that’s celebrating its 16th year.
Baseball Canada statement on the passing of Wayne Norton
Baseball Canada statement following the passing of former National Team Coach and Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Wayne Norton who was 75 years old.
JOB POSTING: TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, BASEBALL NOVA SCOTIA
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR– BASEBALL NOVA SCOTIA