Baseball Canada merchandise now 25% off!

December 15, 2014

OTTAWA-Just in time for the holiday season, Baseball Canada is offering a 25% discount on all merchandise items at! If you spend $100 or more, we will ship your items free of charge*!

Be sure to use promo code BASEBALL when you checkout.

Give the gift of Baseball Canada this holiday season to that special someone on your shopping list!

Whether you’re looking to get something for the ultimate baseball player or fan on your list, there is something for everyone at!

Why not grab the same New Era cap (red or black) that our National Teams wear? How about the Under Armour shorts that our National Teams workout in or a Mizuno batting practice top?

Stay warm with a Rawlings Baseball Canada hoodie during the cold Canadian winter or even at the ballpark during those early season games. Why not throw in a Baseball Canada toque as well!

Trendy t-shirts designed by OPPOTACO were a hit at last summer’s Baseball Canada National Championships so be sure to check those out as well!

We even have Game Worn Baseball Canada jerseys available in White, Red or Grey.

Don’t wait until the last minute to take advantage of this great offer. The sale only lasts until January 5th or while supplies last!

Shop now at

*Offer available in Canada only




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