Liam Wilson (Ayr, Ont.) and Jake Lumley (Windsor, Ont.) each had a pair of hits for Cansius but it was not enough as the Griffs were eliminated 5-2 by the Iona Gaels in Niagara Falls.Read More
The Junior National Team played their fourth doubleheader in nine days on Friday and came away with a 6-5 win over the DSL Rays in the front end before playing to a 3-3 draw with the DSL Dodgers in the back end. Baseball Canada's Adam Morissette provides the game information.Read More
Windsor Selects and Ontario Blue Jays grad, Jacob Robson (Windsor, Ont.), who is 5-foot-10, 175 pounds, has excelled at almost every level he's played at by competing with a chip on his shoulder. This year, his first full season in pro ball with the Detroit Tigers' class-A West Michigan Whitecaps, is no different. He's batting .341 in 42 games. Canadian Baseball Network lead writer Alexis Brudnicki recently spoke with the scrappy outfielder.Read More
After a dismal April, Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista has been swinging a hot bat in the month of May which has helped lead his club back to within 4 1/2 games of an American League wildcard spot. Canadian Baseball Network writer Patrick Allen shares his insight on what Bautista is doing better at the plate this month.Read More
Now in his fourth season in the Toronto Blue Jays system, 21-year-old pitching prospect Sean Reid-Foley is showing improvement with the double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats after a rough start to the campaign. His bulldog approach, growing confidence and advice from his brother have helped him get to where he is in his professional career. Canadian Baseball Network lead writer Alexis Brudnicki recently caught up with the young righty in New Hampshire.Read More
In four games, the Toronto Blue Jays' affiliates ran the table with a clean sweep despite the New Hampshire Fisher Cats getting rained out. The Dunedin Blue Jays swept a doubleheader while the Lansing Lugnuts came from behind to walk one off. Jay Blue has the rundown.Read More
After a much-needed, 10-month mental break from the game, 28-year-old right-hander Phillippe Aumont (Gatineau, Quebec) plans to start a comeback with the independent Can-Am League's Ottawa Champions this season. Canadian Baseball Network lead writer Alexis Brudnicki recently caught up with Aumont in Ottawa.Read More
Niagara's Brash freshman, MAAC Rookie of Year. Matt Brash finished the season 5-1, appearing in 17 games, starting 10 leading the staff in innings pitched with 77 1/3 innings, fanning 63 batters and recording two saves. He with an ERA of 2.79, which is the fifth-best in Purple Eagles. It may have been a surprise to some -- but not his roomie Joe Tevlin (Toronto, Ont.) who predicted big things for Brash before the start of the season.Read More
Michael Stovman (Maple Ridge, B.C.) drove in five runs on a pair of doubles to lead the Junior National Team to a 15-2 blowout win over MLB Prospect League on Thursday. Baseball Canada's Adam Morissette has the game information.Read More
Twenty-four-year-old outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. has enjoyed two stints with the Toronto Blue Jays this season. He credits advice from his dad, who played parts of eight major league seasons, and soon-to-be Hall of Famer Tim Raines for helping him get to the big leagues. Canadian Baseball Network lead writer Alexis Brudnicki spoke with Smith Jr. earlier this season.Read More
The Dunedin Blue Jays' game was washed out, but the Lansing Lugnuts and Buffalo Bisons returned to the win column to give the Toronto Blue Jays' minor leaguers a 2-1 day on Wednesday. Jay Blue has the rundown.Read More
Ontario Terriers grad Steven Dressler (Burlington, Ont.) held 11th-ranked Southern Miss to two runs in 7-2/3 innings on Wednesday to lead the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) to an upset win in the opening round of the Conference USA Tournament.Read More
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Hometown: Pickering, Ont.
Ht: 6-4, Wt: 205
Team: Toronto Mets
Hometown: London, Ont.
School: Great Lakes Canadians
Hometown: Brampton, Ont.
School: University of Kentucky.
Hometown: Victoria, BC
Ht: 6-1, Wt: 175
Team: Victoria Mariners
Hometown: Mississauga, Ont.
School: Ontario Blue Jays
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