Top 12 of 2012: #1 – Canada qualifies for 2013 World Baseball Classic

  • December 21, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #1.

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Top 12 of 2012: #2 – Baseball Canada and Toronto Blue Jays partner on sponsorship package

  • December 19, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #2.

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Top 12 of 2012: #3 – Junior National Team wins silver at IBAF 18U World Championship

  • December 17, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #3.

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Top 12 of 2012: #4 – Bob Elliott given Baseball Hall of Fame’s JG Taylor Spink Award

  • December 14, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #4.

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Top 12 of 2012: #5 – 2011 Senior Team inducted into Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

  • December 12, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #5.

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SIXTEEN FANS TO REPRESENT THEIR COUNTRIES/TERRITORIES IN THE MLB FAN CAVE DURING THE 2013 WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC

  • December 10, 2012

WBCI Press Release

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Top 12 of 2012: #6 – Women’s National Team wins World Cup bronze

  • December 10, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #6.

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Top 12 of 2012: #7 – Baseball Canada named COPABE Federation of the Year for 2011

  • December 07, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #7.

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Top 12 of 2012: #8 – Ontario repeats as Baseball Canada Cup champs

  • December 05, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #8.

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Top 12 of 2012: #9 – 23 Canadians in big-leagues in 2012

  • December 03, 2012

As part of Baseball Canada’s year in review, we are counting down the Top 12 Stories of 2012. Many great stories have occurred over the course of the year and today we take a look at #9.

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Major League Baseball

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Shaped by our Game

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Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete.