OTTAWA – In the morning of day two at the Midget National Championship in Fredericton, New Brunswick; British Columbia took what a tightly contested battle and tuned into an onslaught in the matter of one half inning.
OTTAWA – The host team is putting on a show thus far during the Midget National Championship in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The unfortunate part for Fredericton is that they’ve come out on the short end in their first three games.
OTTAWA – The International Olympic Committee (IOC) held their vote for which two sports would be considered for inclusion in the 2016 Olympic Games and the IOC has selected golf and rugby sevens to be put forth for a vote in October in Copenhagen for an addition to the Olympic Program in 2016.
OTTAWA – Now entering week two of the 2009 Baseball Canada National Championships, the Midget National Championship got underway in Fredericton, New Brunswick and there have already been some thrilling finishes and high scoring contests.
OTTAWA – Baseball Canada has selected 31 players from the 2009 Baseball Canada Cup in Kindersley, Saskatchewan who will be attending the Junior National Team Fall Instructional League camp in Orlando, Florida this coming October.
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Baseball Canada is pleased to introduce Shaped by Our Game, a new initiative on baseball.ca that will profile people who have used our sport to achieve success later in life. Baseball is a sport that provides great life lessons and teaches skills that are applicable for future success in life whether on the baseball field or not.
Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete.