Baseball Canada names appear on Top 100 list

  • December 28, 2010

OTTAWA- The fourth annual top 100 most influential Canadians in baseball list was released by Bob Elliott (Kingston, ON) of the Toronto Sun through his Canadian Baseball Network website. Greg Hamilton (Ottawa, ON) the current Director of National Teams and Head Coach of the Junior National Team earned himself yet another top 10 placement as he came in at number 6 on this year’s list.

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Place Your Bid Today for Dempster Packages!

  • December 20, 2010

How would you like to experience the big-league lifestyle firsthand! Well you can have this once in a lifetime opportunity through Baseball Canada and Junior National Team Alumni Ryan Dempster of the Chicago Cubs. Dempster is offering an opportunity to enjoy a Major League Baseball experience like no other.

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Bob Elliott Captures Ball Hall’s Jack Graney Award

  • December 18, 2010

SOURCE: Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

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Super Clinic in Moncton Features Blue Jays Staff Member

  • December 17, 2010

OTTAWA- On January 14th-16th, Baseball New Brunswick in conjunction with Baseball Canada and Coach NB will be hosting the Baseball Canada Coaches Super Clinic at the Delta Beauséjour, in Moncton NB.

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Martin officially a Yankee

  • December 16, 2010

OTTAWA- Russell Martin (Chelsea, QC) has signed with the New York Yankees as a free agent. Martin became a free agent when he couldn’t come to terms with the Los Angeles Dodgers, a team that drafted him in the 17th round in 2002.

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Votto Wins Lou Marsh Award

  • December 14, 2010

OTTAWA- The awards and accolades continue to pour in for Joey Votto (Etobicoke, ON). The 2010 National League MVP has been given the Lou Marsh Award for Canadian Athlete of the Year. Votto becomes the second baseball player to win the award joining Larry Walker (Maple Ridge, BC) who won in 1998.

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Baseball Québec Nominated for Prestigious Award

  • December 13, 2010

OTTAWA- Baseball Québec has been nominated for the Federation of the Year Award by Sport Québec. This is the first time that Baseball Québec has been nominated for the award that has been handed out annually since 2004.

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VOTTO LANDSLIDE WINNER OF 2010 TIP O’NEILL AWARD

  • December 10, 2010

SOURCE: Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

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Clapp Named Manager of Tri-City ValleyCats

  • December 09, 2010

With files from: Mark McGuire/timesunion.com

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Moncton and District Minor Baseball Association Now RBI Approved

  • December 07, 2010

OTTAWA- Baseball Canada would like to announce that the Moncton and District Minor Baseball Association has become the ninth association to become RBI approved since Baseball Canada introduced the RBI Program in 2008. The association also becomes the first to be RBI approved in New Brunswick and the first amongst the Atlantic Provinces.

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