Baseball BC 50/50 Program 2022

The Baseball B.C, in conjunction with the Vancouver Canadians, bring you the 2022 50/50 raffle.

Baseball BC (the B.C. Amateur Baseball Association) is the recognized Provincial Sport Organization for amateur baseball in the province.  The organization’s mandate includes the provision of coach, athlete, and volunteer development programs designed to improve the quality of the provincial delivery system in the sport of Baseball.

All proceeds from the 50/50 draw will go towards supporting amateur baseball in the Province of British Columbia through programs that include Coach Training, Spring, Summer, and Winter Camps, Provincial Teams, Rally Cap, Championships, Girls Baseball and Challenger Baseball.

Draw will be completed by the end of the 6th Inning.

Original ticket required to claim prize.

Minors not eligible to participate.

There are no re-draws this year as prizes can be claimed for up to 15 days.

Winning Ticket numbers and prize claiming details are listed at www.baseball.bc.ca/50-50

Inquires can be made through the Baseball BC Office and Executive Director David Laing at 604-586-3312

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Sun May 8             G-1998227.    Prize $2657.50 Claimed 

Sat May 7              H-2691969      Prize $2786 ** Not Claimed**

Fri May 6               G-1540551      Prize $2160 Claimed    

Thurs May 5          ************.     Rain out *************

Wed May 4             F-2209386      Prize $632 Claimed 

Tues May 3            E-1949395      Prize $646 Claimed 

Sun April 24          D-1016762      Prize  $2046 Claimed 

Sat April 23           C-2103035      Prize $1966 Claimed 

Fri April 22            B-2999659      Prize $2410.50 Claimed 

Thur April 21         Rained out. 

Wed April 20.        Rained out, any tickets sold go into Thursdays draw

Tue April 19           A-2610851     Prize $1932.00 Claimed

 

 

 


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