Lawrie traded to A's
OTTAWA-Canadian Brett Lawrie (Langley, BC) is now a member of the Oakland Athletics.
Canada qualifies for Premier 12
OTTAWA- World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) announced today the competing nations for the inaugural “Premier 12” - the new flagship pro baseball world championship that will feature National Teams from baseball's 12 highest-ranked nations, including Canada, by virtue of a 7th place ranking.
Cuba, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico qualify for Pan Am Games
OTTAWA- Canada and the United States now have some company as the seven team field for the baseball competition at next year’s Pan American Games in Toronto is rounding into form.
Walker, Martin, Votto, Alomar to attend National Teams Awards Banquet
OTTAWA- A tremendous list of current and former Major League Baseball stars is shaping up for the 13th annual Baseball Canada National Teams Awards Banquet set to take place Saturday, January 10th in the Northern Lights Ballroom inside the Renaissance Toronto Downtown.
Russell Martin signs with Blue Jays
OTTAWA-The Toronto Blue Jays announced today that they have signed Canadian free-agent catcher Russell Martin to a five-year contract bringing the 31 year-old who was born in nearby East York, ON back to his home and native land.
National Championships awarded to Fredericton, Fort McMurray, Saguenay and Summerside
OTTAWA- Baseball Canada’s National Championships committee had the difficult task of determining hosts for four National tournaments last weekend at the Baseball Canada Fall Convention in Charlottetown, PEI.
Annual Baseball Canada Awards handed out in Charlottetown
CHARLOTTETOWN- Baseball Canada celebrated not only their 50th Anniversary last night at the Delta Prince Edward in Charlottetown, but also paid tribute to the best that 2014 had to offer during the organizations annual awards banquet.
Baseball Canada Fall Convention to take place in Charlottetown this week
OTTAWA-The annual Baseball Canada Fall Convention is scheduled to take place at the Delta Prince Edward beginning tomorrow and running through until November 8th where representatives from the national, provincial and local levels will meet to discuss the growth and development of amateur baseball in Canada.