Team BC 16U Win Western Prospects Event in Alberta

  • September 04, 2023

Team BC 16U went undefeated this past weekend, with a 5-0 record to win the 2nd Annual Western Prospects event in Saint Albert, Alberta. The event features athletes who could potentially make next year's Select team, from the four western provinces. 

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South Delta Padres of the LMBA win the 2023 Senior AA Provincial Championship

  • September 04, 2023

The 2023 Baseball BC Senior AA Provincial Championship concluded Monday afternoon in Maple Ridge with the South Delta Padres completing a perfect 5-0 weekend, to win gold with a 13-8 win over the defending champion Poco Blue Jays. The Padres opened the round robin with a 19-3 win over the Poco Phillies before sneaking past the Vancouver Gunners (VRBL) 2-1. A 3-0 win over the South Delta Brewers in the final round robin game, gave the Padres a direct berth into the semi-finals and a Sunday evening off to watch others battle through two dramatic quarter-final games. 

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Baseball BC Announces Team BC 14U & 15U

  • September 04, 2023

Baseball BC is pleased to announce the rosters for Team BC 14U and Team BC 15U. Both teams will compete in the Desert Fall Classic in Las Vegas in late October. 

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Hometown: Maple Ridge


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