Registration for Tournament 12 Tryouts is now open!

April 11, 2017


OTTAWA- The Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy will be hosting tryouts for the 2017 edition of Tournament 12 that is set to take place at Rogers Centre in Toronto from September 14-17, 2017.

Tournament 12 was established in 2013 and is set-up as a showcase event for 160 of the top high school baseball players in Canada with college eligibility.

Tournament 12 tryouts will open at Rogers Centre on May 17th and run twice daily until May 19th. Additional tryouts are schedule for Okotoks (AB), Richmond (BC), Brandon (MB), Regina (SK) and Montréal (QC) in July.

For more information about Tournament 12 tryouts including location and registration info, please click here

 

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