BC's Taylor Green named Minor League Player of the Year

Sept. 21, 2007 - more...
Jim Wray Memorial Fall Classic Tournament

Aug. 29, 2007 - The Jim Wray Memorial Fall Classic Tournament for players 18 and under will be held September 13-16 in various locations throughout the province. more...
Baseball Canada to Broadcast National Championship Games

Aug. 1, 2007 - Baseball Canada will broadcast National Championship games via webcasts through its website. The National Championships will take place from August 8-12 and August 16-19 in Québec City.

The games that will be broadcast are those that will be played at the Stade Municipal in Québec City. The divisions scheduled to compete at the Stade Municipal will be the Midget, Junior and Senior men’s, as well as the Baseball Canada Cup.

To see the schedule and to listen to the broadcast, go to the Baseball Canada website at www.baseball.ca and click on the Championships link. more...
Prince George to Host World Baseball Challenge

July 23, 2007 - It is with tremendous excitement that it is announced today that fabulous Prince George Citizen Field will be the site of the WORLD BASEBALL CHALLENGE - set for July 21-26, 2009. Two years from today, the best international baseball players outside professional baseball will grace this city with their world-class talents.. more...
Babe Ruth Golf Tournament

June 29, 2007 - BC Babe Ruth Baseball will be hosting its 1st Annual Provincial Golf Tournament on September 28th in Penticton BC. more...
Athlete Assistance Applications being accepted

June 6, 2007 - more...
Bantam & PeeWee Girls Teams Announced

July 30, 2007 - The 2007 16u Bantam Girls Team and the 13u PeeWee Girls Team haver been announced following the completion of the Provincial Camp in Pitt Meadows July 27-29.

16u Bantam Girls Roster...

13u PeeWee Girls Roster...
UBC Summer Camp rain

July. 23, 2007 - Just a note regarding rain for the UBC Summer Camps. Campers should go to the park on the morning of the camps and the coaches at the camp will decide on whether to go ahead. They will do their best to go ahead with the camp.
PNC teams announced

July 23, 2007 - The BC Premier Baseball League has announced the 2007 PNC Teams. more...
Selects (17u) Team Announced

July 17, 2007 - The 2007 17u Selects Team has been announced following the completion of the Provincial Camp in Oliver July 9-12. more...
Western Canada Games (16u) Team Announced

July 16, 2007 - The 2007 16u Western Canada Games Team has been announced following the completion of the Provincial Camp in Oliver July 9-12. more...
PeeWee & Bantam Girls Provincial Camp Invites

July 5, 2007 - The invites to the PeeWee Girls (13u) & Bantam Girls (16u) Provincial Camp in Ridge Meadows have been emailed out. Congratulations to those girls that were selected.

Girls Details...
A League of Their Own

May 29, 2007 - more...
Western Canada Games (16u) Programming 2007

May 2, 2007 - more...
Dunbar Little League Celebrates 50th Season

June 28, 2007 - This summer Dunbar Little League (DLL) will celebrate its 50th season by hosting the 2007 Littie League BC Majors' Provincial Tournament at Memorial Park West. The tournament, which includes 8 teams from around the province, will run from July 20-29 with four games a day until July 26, followed by playoff games and the provincial championship game on July 29. The winning team then goes to Regina for the Canadian Little League championships with the winner there going to Williamsport for the World Championships. more...
Selects (17u) & Western Canada Games (16u) Invites

June 26, 2007 - The majority of the invites to the Selects (17u) & Western Canada Games (16u) Provincial Camps in Oliver have been emailed and mailed. There will be some additional invites in the next couple of days.

Selects Details...
Western Canada Games Details...
BC's Jordan Lennerton Wins NCAA World Series

June 25, 2007 - Oregon State, led by Langley's Jordan Lennerton, became the first team in a decade to repeat as the NCAA's College World Series champion, completing a dominant run through the tournament with a 9-3 victory over North Carolina on Sunday night..

Slam Baseball Canada story...
Host website...
NCAA Sports Official Site...
BC's Mike Saunders to play in MLB All-Star Futures Game

June 25, 2007 - Victoria's Mike Saunders has been selected to play in the 2007 Major League Baseball All-Star Futures Game. The multi-sport athlete growing up in British Columbia may have had a future in the NHL before choosing baseball. Saunders hits for power with a natural fluid swing but still needs to find consistency at the plate: He ranked among the California League leaders at the all-star break in RBIs (51) and total bases (133) as well as strikeouts (65). more...
Girls Baseball Programming 2007

May 2, 2007 - more...
2007 Major League Player Draft

June 7, 2007 - Follow the Major League Player Draft Live and see when the BC Players are selected. 2 sources of information below:

MLB Live Coverage:
http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/draft/y2007/index.jsp


Canadian Coverage:
http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Baseball/Canada/Draft/draft_2007.html
Baseball BC AGM

June 6, 2007 - more...
2007 Northwest Championship Tourney

Apr. 30, 2007 - more...
Canada Day Weekend in Seattle

Apr. 25, 2007 - more...
2007 UBC Summer Camp dates now available

Mar. 15, 2007 - The 2007 UBC Summer Camp dates are now available at www.baseball.bc.ca/camps.  The UBC Baseball team is excited to once again offer elite summer instruction to players throughout BC. The focus of our camps will be to provide high-level instruction to create a strong foundation of baseball skills in a fun and competitive atmosphere. more...
Whalley's Bob Ashmore passes

Apr. 17, 2007 - Baseball BC sends their condolances to the Whalley baseball family on the passing of longtime Whalley Stadium groundskeeper Bob Ashmore. Ashmore was a fixture at Whalley Stadium for many years and an inspiration to all as he worked daily on the stadium into his 90's. A service will be held at Valley View Memorial at 2pm on Tuesday, April 24th.
Baseball BC Coaching Positions Named

Apr. 4, 2007 - more...
Richard Christie named Assistant BC Umpire Supervisor

Mar. 29, 2007 - more...
Don Currie receives President's Award

Mar. 29, 2007 - more...
Justin Morneau and Steve Nash Share Top Honours

Mar. 15, 2007 - Justin Morneau and Steve Nash are dual recipients of Sport BC’s Best of BC Award for 2006. This award for extraordinary athletic performance is sponsored by the British Columbia Ministry of Tourism, Sport & the Arts. The shared honours reflect dominating performances by two B.C. athletes at the highest level of their sport. more...
2007 High Performance Athlete Seminar

Feb. 27, 2007 - more...
Baseball Canada's National Women's Baseball Team Open Try-out Camp

Mar. 7, 2007 - Baseball Canada with be conducting a try-out camp on March 26th 2007 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The purpose of the try-outs across the country is to evaluate potential National Team candidates to represent our Nation at the scheduled up-coming IBAF sanctioned World Cup of Women's Baseball Tournament.

All Women athletes, regardless of their affiliation and who are 15 years of age and older, are eligible to participate at this Open National Women's Team Try-out. There is no cost to participate at the camp. All interested athletes must Pre-Register by email.

Vancouver Camp Date: March 26th 2007 from 7pm to 9pm
Location Site: Ballpark Training Center, 150-5731 Minoru Blvd Richmond, BC
more...
John Haar to be inducted to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Mar. 5, 2007 - Joining Sparky Anderson at the podium in St. Marys will be Vancouver native John Haar, who managed Team Canada to its first and only World Championship in 1991, was the field manager for the National Baseball Institute, and has been coaching in all ranks of British Columbia baseball for more than 30 years. more...
2007 Winterball Program

Jan. 31, 2007 - more...
WANTED: NCCP Facilitators

Jan. 29, 2007 - more...
Its' Rally Cap Time!

Jan. 12, 2007 - more...
We invite Coaches to Apply for Baseball BC Coaching Positions!

Jan. 31, 2007 - more...
National Coach Certification Program

Jan. 31, 2007 - Whether you're a league executive looking to book a clinic for your Association, or you're a coach looking to enhance your skills, all the information is available here. more...
BC Boys receive Baseball Canada MVP Awards

Jan. 24, 2007 - more...
Children's Fitness Tax Credit

Jan. 23, 2007 - The Government of Canada proposes to allow, starting in 2007, a non-refundable tax credit on eligible amounts of up to $500 paid by parents to register a child in an eligible program of physical activity.

The following is information about the proposed tax credit both for parents and for the organizations that provide eligible programs of physical activity. This information is based on legislation that has been tabled in the House of Commons but that has not yet become law.

While the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will administer the credit, organizations are in the best position to determine eligibility. The CRA will work with organizations in the coming months to assist them in determining whether a particular program qualifies. more...
MLB Players to Visit New West Elementary School

Jan. 12, 2006 - more...

National Championships

Aug 13
, 2007 - The 2007 Baseball Canada National Championships began on Thursday, August 9th in various locations throughout the country. See below more information. BC's representatives are in brackets. 

Western Canadian Championships

Aug 13
, 2007 - The 2007 Western Canadian Championships begin on Thursday, August 16th in various locations throughout Western Canada. See below more information.  BC's representatives are in brackets. 

SportsFunder Home Grown Hero Program

Dec. 13, 2006 - The British Columbia Lottery Corporation is searching for photos of B.C. amateur athletes in action for the Homegrown Hero photo contest. The winners of the contest will receive $500 and the winning photos will be featured on an upcoming SportsFunder Instant Win ticket. Proceeds from the SportsFunder lottery games will be distributed by the provincial government to support Sport B.C.'s KidSport, Youth Travel, Coach Development and Team BC. more...

Prince George's Amanda Asay in Tip O'Neill running

Dec. 12, 2006 - Amanda Asay has Prince George’s vote. Besides, somebody has to rise up and challenge American League MVP Justin Morneau. Asay is the hometown favourite in Internet fan voting for the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s Tip O’Neill Award, handed out annually to Canada’s most outstanding baseball player, but she’s not likely to dislodge Morneau. more...

Announcing Premier Summer Collegiate Baseball League

Dec. 5, 2006 - The BC Premier League is pleased to announce the formation of its new summer collegiate baseball league.
Commencing this coming summer (2007), 4 teams, three on the lower mainland and one island team, will play a 36-40 game schedule including 24 league games plus exhibition games vs various summer teams in the Northwest. All returning BCPBL and CCBC college players are invited to apply. The talent level in BC has increased so dramatically that it is believed this league could compete with many top summer college leagues. more...

BC's Justin Morneau named Major League Baseball's Most Valuable Player!

Nov. 21, 2006 - Justin Morneau had some stiff competition when it came to earning American League Most Valuable Player honors, and that was just on his team.

But while the Twins had multiple candidates for the league's award, Morneau came out on top Tuesday as he was announced as this year's American League MVP. more...

Baseball BC is named Province of the Year

Nov. 6, 2006 - Baseball BC was honoured at the 2006 Baseball Canada Awards Gala.  British Columbia won the province of the year award for the fourth time. Although they did not win any gold medals in this year’s various national championships, British Columbia had a very good year, finishing second overall in championship performance. The province won a silver medal in the Pee-Wee, Midget and Canada Cup events.

Also honoured at the event was Prince George's Amanda Asay who was given Baseball Canada’s women’s national team most valuable player award. more...
2 BC Boys Named to World Championship All-Star Team

Sep. 28, 2006 - The first two hitters in Baseball Canada’s bronze medal-winning line-up at the World Junior Championships have been named to the tournament all-star team.

Lead-off man Brett Lawrie (Langley, B.C.) and two-hole hitter Chase Larsson (Vancouver, B.C.) were two of the three outfielders to be selected to the squad following the end of the championship yesterday . more...

2006 Baseball BC Year in Review

Sep. 21, 2006 - With the competitive baseball season coming to a close, Baseball BC takes a look back at 2006 and some of the many programs and events that took place. more...

2006 Jim Wray Memorial Fall Classic

Sep. 17, 2006 - The Fraser Valley Chiefs are the 2006 Jim Wray Memorial Fall Classic Champions after a 5-2 win over the North Shore Twins! Baseball BC would like to thank all 12 teams that participated in this event. more...

National Championships

Aug 16
, 2006 - The 2006 Baseball Canada National Championships begin on Thursday, August 17th in various locations throughout the country. See below more information. BC's representatives are in brackets. 

Western Canadian Championships

Aug 16
, 2006 - The 2006 Western Canadian Championships begin on Thursday, August 17th in various locations throughout Western Canada. See below more information.  BC's representatives are in brackets. 

Long Term Athlete Development

Oct. 5, 2006 - Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. more...
Rally Cap Program

Oct. 5, 2006 - This Baseball Canada program was developed with the purpose of making the sport of baseball more attractive to young Canadians. Baseball Canada is confident that this program will satisfy young baseball players and their parents and that it will be a useful tool for those involved in teaching baseball at the community level. more...

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