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2010 News Archives

Junior Selects

Baseball NB is proud to announce that the Junior Selects team for 2010 has been chosen.

Player Names

Ryan Foley

Nick Gaudet

Devon Hanson

Mitchell Hazlett

Eric Hebert

Luc Hebert

Corey Kavanaugh

Tyler King

Mathieu Losier

Pascal McCarthy

Austin McIntyre

Justin Moran

Nick O’Dell

Troy Parker

Chris Thomas

Adam Worden

Coaches

Rob Jeffrey

Jody Peterson

Kevin Bowes

Jamie MacLaggan

Emerson Savage to pitch May 23rd

Baseball Canada has announced its Junior National Team 30-man roster that will be heading down to the Dominican Republic for the squad’s annual Dominican Summer League Camp which will take place from May 19-28.

Included on the 30-man roster are highly touted high school prospects Kellin Deglan (Langely, BC), Evan Grills (Whitby, ON) and Rowan Wick (North Vancouver, BC). Deglan and Grills were recently ranked in the Top 100 High School Prospects list by Baseball America.  All three are eligible for this summer's MLB First Year Player Draft.

The JNT will compete in a 12 game schedule, including four doubleheaders, against Major League Baseball affiliated Summer League teams (Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, Tampa Bay Rays, Texas Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays [x2]).

Baseball Canada has also released the pitching rotation schedule which specifies which pitcher will be on the mound for each game and how many innings they will throw.

The Dominican Camp is one of two camps remaining prior to the World Junior Baseball Championship. There will be a final camp and exhibition schedule from July 4-22 where they cut the roster down to the allowed 20-man roster for the world championship.

The 2010 World Junior Baseball Championship will be held from July 23-August 1 in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

2010 Junior National Team Roster

NB Selects Team

Baseball NB is proud to announce that the N.B Selects team for 2010 has been chosen. Throughout August 11-15,2010 they will be travelling to Kindersley Saskatchewan to represent New-Brunswick at the Canada Cup. Here is the roster for this year’s team:

Name

Location

Jake Shaw

Saint John

Jarrett Ames

Fredericton

Cody Dickson

Miramichi

Justin Cormier

Ste-Anne-de-Kent

Dylan Jones

Saint John

Devan Thomas

Saint John

Luc Hébert

Shediac

Cole Giberson

Woodstock

Adam Clark

Saint John

Brady Oxford

Fredericton

Pier-Luc Lebouthillier

Shippagan

Shawn Reid

Nasonworth

Corey Wood

Fredericton

Matt Morton

Fredericton

Travis Harris

Fredericton

Nigel Augustine

Miramichi

Andrew Case

Saint John

Martin Roussel

Le Goulet

Mark Noel - Head Coach

Miramichi

Congrats Matt

OF – Matt Clark – Woodstock, NB –The Former BNB Selects outfielder has committed to attend NCAA Division 2 Concord University Mountain Lions in Athens, West Vigina.  The Mountain Lions play in the very tough West Virgina Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The BNB Selects coaching staff along with the Baseball NB board of director’s wishes to congratulate Matt on his continue success in baseball.

How To Become RBI Certified

Reaching Baseball Ideals

What is the RBI Program?

RBI is introduced in 2008 by Baseball Canada to:

  • Ensure that local baseball associations apply core common criteria to ensure that consistent good practice is in place.

  • To empower parents when choosing a local baseball association for their children.

  • To ensure that RBI Accredited Associations are recognized through a common approach to branding.

  • To provide a focus around which all baseball associations in Canada can come together to support good practice in working with children and young people.

  • To promote and reward registration/membership within Baseball Canada, baseball's national federation of sport, as well as within the Provincial Baseball Associations.

For 2010, RBI accreditation is awarded to local baseball associations that comply with minimum operating standards in four areas:

  • Development Programs
  • Membership with Baseball Canada

  • Coaches Training

  • Accessibility

How can I become RBI approved for 2010?

An Association can become Baseball Canada RBI Approved Association in 2010 by meeting these following criteria:

  • The Association is a member in good standing with the Provincial Baseball Association (as recognized by Baseball Canada) and with Baseball Canada through the registration of all players, coaches and umpires participating in the local Association.
  • The Association is fully utilizing the Rally Cap program as the main Initiation program for kids between 5 and 8.

  • The Association is providing support to its coaches by driving them to the Baseball Canada NCCP Programs ensuring that all Rep level coaches are properly certified as per Baseball Canada requirements and that all house league/community programs have at least one coach per team who have completed the Initiation Coach level at minimum.

  • The Association is providing access to all programs to boys and girls at any age.

  • The Association is in support and using the Baseball Canada pitch counts for the Mosquito and Pee-Wee divisions.

How much does it cost to become an RBI Approved Association for 2010?

  • Applying to become a RBI Baseball Canada Association is free. There is no other fee attached to this program.

Why should my Association become a RBI Approved Association for 2010?

Here are some of the benefits we are offering all of our RBI Approved Associations for 2010:

  • Get 1 free NCCP On-line Module access code when you purchase 10 access codes.
  • Your Association will be provided permission to utilize the RBI designation and logo at registration, on all printed material as well as on your Association website for that season and a mention on Baseball Canada website.

  • Your association will be listed on the Baseball Canada and provincial Baseball websites as an RBI Approved Association.

  • You will receive 10% of any purchase at the Baseball Canada Club House Shop on all Association orders.

  • Your Association will receive one free dozen of Rally Caps per 100 ordered.

  • The Association with the greatest percentage of membership increase as of June 15th will get a full Baseball Canada day clinic for free in July (value of $2000) including drinks, snacks, coaching, hats, t-shirts and more.

  • Baseball Canada will promote the list of RBI Approved Associations to Provincial Sport Offices as well as the local/municipal park and recreation department.

How can my association apply for accreditation through the RBI Program for 2010?

In order to become a RBI Approved association for 2010, simply send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. addressing all the criteria mentioned above. Baseball Canada will contact you to approve your Association or to ask additional questions.

How to Register

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How to Register an Association, League and/or Team

Steps and Deadlines for Registering an Association

First, an Association Registration Form must be filled out and received by Baseball NB no later than May 15th. This form should include registration numbers for players at all levels, including recreational player numbers. The fee for registering an association is $175 and this is due on May 15th as well.

All team registration forms, the Minor Team Registration Form, must also be received by Baseball NB no later than May 15th. Any team playing at the provincial level (not house league) will need its own team registration form, meaning Mosquito, PeeWee, Bantam or Midget B, A, AA or AAA teams. For every provincial team registered there is a fee of $250 which is due on May 15th.

For every team registered, a Roster Form with player and team information is due on July 1st.

All provincial teams (not house league) are required to sell fundraiser tickets through Baseball NB. Every player on the team is required to sell 1 bundle of 5 tickets, worth $25. The money is due to Baseball NB before the date of July the 1st. The actual tickets are due BEFORE the draw date which is printed on the ticket.

For associations with recreational players (House League), a Recreational Players Insurance Form must be filled out with contact information for coaches and players and is due July 1st. A fee of $5.50 per player and coach registered is due with the form on July 1st.

Steps and Deadlines for Registering a League

First, a League Registration Form must be filled out and received by Baseball NB no later than May 15th. This form should include information for league contacts as well as team contacts. The fee for registering a league is $175 and this is due on May 15th as well.

All team registration forms, the Adult Team Registration Form (Senior, Junior and Intermediate leagues) or Minor Team Registration Form (all other leagues), must also be received by Baseball NB no later than May 15th. Every team registered needs to submit a form as well as the fee of either $375 (Senior), $275 (Intermediate) or $250 (Junior and all others) which is due on May 15th.

For every team registered, a Roster Form with player and team information is due on July 1st.

All registered teams are required to sell fundraiser tickets through Baseball NB. Every player on the team is required to sell 1 bundle of 5 tickets, worth $25. The money is due to Baseball NB before July 1st. The actual tickets are due BEFORE the draw date which is printed on the ticket.

Selects & Jr Selects

The Baseball New Brunswick Canada Cup Baseball team (16-17yrs) and the Junior Selects(14-15yrs) will be holding a player identification camp on Saturday April 3rd at the UNB Dome at Chapman Field in Fredericton 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. There is a $40 fee for the winter workouts and T-Shirt.  Anyone wishing to play Selects this year should attend. For more information on Canada Cup contact Mark Noel at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call (506) 773-1904. For more information on Junior Selects contact Rob Jeffrey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

First Practice

The Baseball New Brunswick Junior Selects program held its first ever practice this past Saturday at the UNB Dome in Fredericton. The coaching staff was very excited to see the great amount of interest from both players and parents. A total of 20 players participated in the first practice. Coach Jody Peterson said players were very receptive and motivated. For players who were unable to attend the Junior Selects will be holding their second practice on Sunday March 14 from 10am -12pm at the UNB Dome in Fredericton.  Contact Coach Rob Jeffrey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for more information.