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Baseball America names Greg Hamilton as recipient of 2022 Tony Gwynn Award

Baseball America names Greg Hamilton as recipient of 2022 Tony Gwynn Award

December 06, 2022

OTTAWA - Baseball Canada is thrilled to announce that Greg Hamilton has been named the winner of Baseball America’s Tony Gwynn Award for 2022 in recognition of his lifetime achievement and contributions to the game of baseball.

National Championships: Laval, Saskatoon and Tecumseh awarded championship events

National Championships: Laval, Saskatoon and Tecumseh awarded championship events

November 14, 2022

OTTAWA- Three Baseball Canada National Championship hosts were determined during the annual Baseball Canada Fall Convention that took place in Edmonton from November 10-12.

Boulais, Keating appointed to roles on Executive Committee

Boulais, Keating appointed to roles on Executive Committee

November 13, 2022

EDMONTON – Baseball Canada is pleased to announce that Jean Boulais has been appointed Baseball Canada President while Mike Keating has been appointed Baseball Canada Vice President, both serving two-year terms.

BASEBALL CANADA honours its best of 2022!

BASEBALL CANADA honours its best of 2022!

November 13, 2022

EDMONTON - Baseball Canada held its annual national awards banquet at the JW Marriott in Edmonton over the weekend in conjunction with Baseball Alberta.

U18 World Cup Qualifier: Canada closes out tournament with loss to Cuba

U18 World Cup Qualifier: Canada closes out tournament with loss to Cuba

November 12, 2022

SAN JOSE DEL CABO, Mexico – The Junior National Team fell to Cuba 6-2 in their final game at the Americas U18 World Cup Qualifier. The game looked to be a pitcher’s duel early on before Cuba broke the score open in the late innings. The Juniors scored two runs on three hits and committed no errors.

U18 World Cup Qualifier: Canada repeated a dominant performance against Peru

U18 World Cup Qualifier: Canada repeated a dominant performance against Peru

November 10, 2022

Canada 14-1 Peru   SAN JOSE DEL CABO, Mexico – The Junior National Team repeated a dominant performance against Peru with a 14-1 victory. This was the second time these two ballclubs matched up against each other in the U18 Americas Baseball World Cup Qualifier, with Canada winning the first meeting 11-1.   Makaio Cisneros (Whitby, ON) was the starter for the Juniors working the full five innings, allowing only one hit and one earned run while striking out six. The right-hander was dominant early on filling up the strike zone and putting up quick zeros against his opponents. Cisneros carried a no-hit bid until the top of the fifth, where he allowed a solo shot that would represent all the offence for Peru on this ballgame.   The Canadian bats were on fire early and often in this one as they scored 14 runs on fourteen hits. Myles Naylor (Mississauga, ON) finished the day a perfect 3-for-3 and five RBI’s as he dispatched a pair of home runs, including a grand slam. Ty Doucette (Dartmouth, NS) smashed a 2-run home run of his own over his 1-for-2 performance. Ty Hamilton (Orleans, ON) was a spark in the middle of the order for the Juniors, collecting three hits in four at bats while driving in three runs.   Canada improved its record to 2-3 as they get set to face Cuba on Saturday, November 12 for their last game of the placement round.



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