Québec Blue wins second edition of Tournament 12

  • September 20, 2014

TORONTO- After reaching the final of the inaugural Tournament 12 in 2013, Québec Blue wasn’t about to let victory slip through their hands for the second consecutive year as they defeated BC Orange, 2-1 to bring the title back to le belle province.

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Juniors return home after being stranded in Mexico

  • September 18, 2014

OTTAWA-Baseball Canada is pleased to report that all Junior National Team players and staff have returned home safely after being stranded in Mexico as a result of Hurricane Odile.

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18U Pan Ams: Canada wins bronze medal with thrilling win over Mexico

  • September 14, 2014

LA PAZ, Mexico- Gareth Morgan’s (Toronto, ON) single up the middle in the bottom of the eighth scored two runs breaking a 6-6 tie and Canada would go on to add one more run before neutralizing a threat in the top of the ninth to hang on for a 9-7 win over Mexico and a bronze medal at the 18U Pan American Championship.

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18U Pan Ams: Canada dropped by Cuba, will meet Mexico for bronze

  • September 13, 2014

LA PAZ, Mexico- After an emotional win over host Mexico last night and a chance to advance to the gold medal game with a win over Cuba today, Canada suffered a one-sided, 11-0, loss that ended after only seven innings due to the mercy rule today at the 18U Pan American Championship.

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18U Pan Ams: Canada defeats Mexico in wild-one

  • September 12, 2014

LA PAZ, Mexico- Emotions were running high tonight at Arturo C. Nahl Stadium as Canada came out on the right side of a 6-4 decision in a game that featured an electric atmosphere with a sold-out stadium wildly cheering for their country.

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18U Pan Ams: Canada tops Panama to earn spot in 2015 World Cup

  • September 11, 2014

LA PAZ, Mexico- Team Canada picked a fantastic time to play their best team-game of the 18U Pan American Championship earning a convincing 8-2 win over Panama.

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18U Pan Ams: Canada rolls through Guatemala, Panama up next

  • September 10, 2014

LA PAZ, Mexico- For the third time in three games, Canada outscored their opposition by twelve or more runs after earning a 14-0 win over Guatemala that ended after only seven innings due to the mercy-rule.

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18U Pan Ams: Canada makes quick work of Ecuador

  • September 09, 2014

LA PAZ, Mexico- Twelve hours after defeating Brazil in Cabo San Lucas and enduring a three-hour bus ride back to La Paz, Team Canada found themselves back on the field this morning for a game against Ecuador.

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18U Pan Ams: Offence explodes in big win over Brazil

  • September 08, 2014

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico- After a lopsided loss to the United States yesterday, Canada got back on the winning track at the 18U Pan American Championship with a one-sided 15-3 win over Brazil in front of a few hundred fans at picturesque Estadio Los Cabos.

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18U Pan Ams: USA too much for Canada

  • September 07, 2014

LA PAZ, Mexico-Kolby Allard turned in a dominant performance on the mound and Canada had little to answer for Team USA’s offence as they handed the Canadians their first loss of the 18U Pan American Championship with an 11-1 win.

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