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The Toronto Blue Jays Return to New Brunswick!

The Toronto Blue Jays Honda Super Camps return to New Brunswick with stops in Moncton and Frederiton!!

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Baseball Canada, Little League Canada partner to deliver Challenger Baseball Program

Baseball Canada and Little League Baseball Canada are pleased to announce a partnership that will see both organizations jointly run the Challenger Baseball program across Canada.

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Dickson, Cormier to be inducted into New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame

-Baseball Canada-

OTTAWA- Baseball Canada would like to congratulate a pair of National Team alums , Jason Dickson (Miramichi, NB) and Rhéal Cormer (Cap Pélé, NB), after it was announced today that both will be inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame.

Dickson, who currently serves as Baseball Canada’s Vice-President, joined the National Teams program in 1991 when he was a member of the Youth Team (now Junior National Team) that won the World Youth Championship in Brandon, MB.

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Longtime minor baseball volunteer dies, 70

DWAYNE TINGLEY Times & Transcript 

February 25, 2014

Paul (Tubby) Melanson, a man who shunned the spotlight, but was a beacon for minor baseball in Moncton for more than 50 years, died yesterday after a brief illness. He was 70.

Melanson, a member of the Moncton Sports Wall of Fame, was a long-time president of Moncton Minor Baseball and also served as a coach, fund-raiser and administrator of the association.


Jan 18 - 15U Development Camp

For players who have not yet registered Saturday's (January 18th) 15U Development Camp will be taking place at 4:30pm instead of the original start time of 7:30pm.


The 17u and 15u winter development camps are cancelled for today due to weather. We apologize for the inconvenience.