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Congratulations Darren Scott
- Friday, 27 March 2015 09:31
OTTAWA- Baseball Canada is pleased to announce that eight Canadian umpires have been selected to work at the Pan Am Games in Toronto this July.
Five of the eight will work the men’s baseball competition in Ajax from July 11-19, while the other three will officiate the women’s baseball competition from July 20-26, also in Ajax.
In total, 12 umpires were selected to work the men’s baseball competition and seven umpires were selected for the women’s competition.
The Pan Am Games men’s baseball competition will feature seven teams (Canada, USA, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Colombia, Cuba), while the women’s competition will see five teams (Canada, USA, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Venezuela) compete for the gold medal.
The eight Canadian umpires selected are all part of Baseball Canada’s Umpires Program and were selected to work the Pan Am Games by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC).
Congratulations to the following Canadian umpires that will officiate at the Pan Am Games:
Men’s Competition Women’s Competition
Rob Allan (BC) Corrie Davis (Alberta)
Mitch Ball (Alberta) Elemer Jerkovits (Saskatchewan)
Jon Oko (Alberta) Rhonda Pauls (BC)
Darren Scott (New Brunswick)
Ron Shewchuk (Manitoba)
March 15 Training Cancelled
- Saturday, 14 March 2015 16:53
Due to the weather forecast for Sunday March 15th the 15U development camp and 17U training sessions have been cancelled. We will see everyone at the next scheduled sessions on March 28th!
11U, 13U and 18U Meetings
- Wednesday, 11 March 2015 11:31
Just a reminder of the League meetings taking place on March 21st at 100 Worthington Ave, City of Moncton operations center building, across the street from the Moncton Coliseum.
Groups and times:
13U AAA League – 10:00am
11U AAA League – 12:30pm
18U AAA League – 2:30pm
- Your designated Home field
- Days & Times you have available for Scheduling
- Team Contact information for sending out information and updates
JAYS CARE FOUNDATION AND KIDSPORT LAUNCH $100,000 PARTNERSHIP FOR 2015 SEASON
- Wednesday, 25 February 2015 11:50
Charitable organizations going to bat for kids across Canada
TORONTO, ON (February 24th, 2015) – Jays Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Toronto Blue Jays, is proud to announce the extension of its partnership with KidSport™. Jays Care will once again invest $100,000 this year, which will provide 500 children & youth the opportunity to participate in baseball programs across the country.