Juniors drop exhibition opener to San Jacinto JC

  • August 29, 2014

HOUSTON, Texas-The Junior National Team kicked-off their final selection camp exhibition schedule today taking on San Jacinto Junior College at Cougar Field on the grounds of the University of Houston.

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Offence comes alive for Women's National Team as World Cup approaches

  • August 29, 2014

MIYAZAKI, Japan – The Canadian Women’s National Team is prepared for what comes next.

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Juniors open selection camp in Houston

  • August 28, 2014

HOUSTON, Texas-Twenty-four of the top Canadian 18 and under baseball players are on the campus of the University of Houston this week vying for 20 spots on the roster that will represent Canada at the COPBABE 18U Pan American Championship from September 5th to 14th in Los Cabos/La Paz, Mexico.

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Gilroy looks beyond World Cup to sharing Pan Am Games experience

  • August 27, 2014

KAZO CITY, Japan – As Jennifer Gilroy prepares with the rest of the Canadian Women’s National Team for the upcoming IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup in Miyazaki, Japan from September 1 to 7, she is already looking forward to her next opportunity with the squad at the Pan American Games.

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Mills readies for World Cup in exhibition loss

  • August 26, 2014

URAWA, Japan – The extra preparation Autumn Mills put in throughout the off-season has already paid dividends for the Canadian Women’s National Team as the right-hander from London, ON made a strong start in an eventual 7-1 exhibition loss to Saitawa Sakae on Tuesday.

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Martensen dominant in Women's National Team exhibition loss

  • August 25, 2014

KAZO CITY, Japan – Hannah Martensen was flat-out dominant in her first appearance in Japan on Monday during the Canadian Women’s National Team exhibition series on the road to the IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup in Miyazaki from September 1 to 7.

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National Championships: Four champions crowned

  • August 24, 2014

OTTAWA-Four Baseball Canada National Championships began last Thursday and today, four National Champions were decided.

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Women's National Team walks off first exhibition matchup in Japan

  • August 24, 2014

KAZO CITY, Japan – Barely 24 hours off of a 10-hour plane ride from Vancouver, BC and a multi-hour bus trip from Tokyo, the Canadian Women’s National Team began their exhibition series in Japan on a high note with a 5-4 walkoff win over the 18U Japanese National All-Stars at Heisei International University on Sunday afternoon.

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National Championships: Super Saturday sets stage for Championship Sunday

  • August 23, 2014

OTTAWA-If today was any indication of what the final day of competition will be like, fans are in for a treat, as four different Baseball Canada National Championships will be decided tomorrow.

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Meet the Women's National Team rookies

  • August 23, 2014

TOKYO, Japan – Among the strong veteran presence on the Canadian Women’s National Team, there are four young players making their official debuts at the IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup.

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