U-18 Baseball World Cup: 50-day countdown
OTTAWA- The 2017 WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Thunder Bay is 50 days away with 12 nations, including host Canada, set to compete for a world title from September 1 to 10.
Naylor selected for High School Home Run Derby
OTTAWA- Junior National Team catcher Noah Naylor (Mississauga, ON) will be in Miami this weekend to participate in the annual High School Home Run Derby as part of Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game festivities. The 17 year old is the lone Canadian in the event.
Naylor, Quantrill, Soroka named to Futures Game
(Photo: L-R, Josh Naylor, Mike Soroka, Cal Quantrill)
Baseball Canada announces JNT selection camp schedule
OTTAWA-Baseball Canada is pleased to announce the selection camp schedule that will help determine the 20-player roster for the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Thunder Bay from September 1st to 10th.
Bowman accepts position in France
(Photo: Shawn Bowman (left) congratulates Josh Naylor after a home run at the 2015 WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Osaka, Japan)
Ray Carter, '15 Pan Am gold winners inducted into Canadian Ball Hall
ST. MARYS – It was a special day for the Baseball Canada community on June 24th with former Baseball Canada President Ray Carter along with the entire 2015 Canadian Men’s National Team inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.
MLB Draft: Pop, Procopio selected on day two of draft
OTTAWA- A pair of Junior National Team alums, Zach Pop (Brampton, ON) and Daniel Procopio (Toronto, ON), were the lone Canadians selected on day two of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft bringing the two-day total to four Canadians chosen through the first ten rounds.
Leach and Hall taken on Day 1 of 2017 MLB Draft
OTTAWA-Junior National Team right-handed pitcher Landon Leach (Pickering, ON) became the first Canadian selected in the 2017 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft after the Minnesota Twins used the first pick in the second round, 37th overall to draft the 17 year-old. Twenty-three picks later, the Baltimore Orioles used their second round choice (60th overall) on Junior National Team shortstop Adam Hall (London, ON) as the first day of the draft concluded with two Canadians selected.