The Toronto Blue Jays took two out of three from the New York Yankees in a series played at Rogers Centre from August 8 to 10. Emily @JaysGirlEmily has the game-by-game breakdown.Read More
The Toronto Blue Jays' minor league affiliates went 5-2 on Wednesday, getting walk-off wins for each of their top three affiliates in Buffalo, New Hampshire and Dunedin. Jay Blue has the rundown.Read More
Action at four different Baseball Canada National Championships will begin on Thursday and run through Sunday, including the DQ® 13U National Western Championship in Spruce Grove, Alta., the 16U Girls Invitational in Vaughan, Ont., while the 18U Championship will be staged in London, Ont. Finally, the 21U National Championship will see the National Capital region play host with games in Gatineau, Québec and Ottawa.Read More
With a 6-4 win over the Edmonton Prospects on Wednesday, the visiting Swift Current 57’s forced a winner take all Game 5 back in Swift Current on Thursday night to determine the WMBL Championship.Read More
The Toronto Blue Jays' minor league affiliates went 3-5 on Tuesday, getting all of their wins from the Short-Season clubs in Vancouver, Bluefield and the Dominican Republic. Jay Blue has the rundown.Read More
Christopher Acosta-Tapia and Noah Gapp led hitters and pitchers this spring. Asocta-Tapia had the most hits (105), most home runs (24), most doubles (27) and the highest OPS (1.390) while Gapp had the most wins (10), innings pitched (111) and strikeouts (121).
Longtime hockey executive Bryan Murray passed away on Saturday at the age of 74 after battling colon cancer. Canadian Baseball Network writer Danny Gallagher shares that Murray was also a fine baseball player.Read More
The triple-A Buffalo Bisons and double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats had the day off on Monday, but the rest of the Toronto Blue Jays' minor league affiliates swept their games, going 6-0. Jay Blue has the rundown.Read More
Baseball Canada has announced the names of the 24 athletes invited to the Junior National Team’s (U-18) Selection Camp that will determine the 20-player roster that will represent Canada at the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Thunder Bay, Ont., from September 1 to 10.Read More
The development series between Baseball Canada’s Women’s National Team Program and USA Baseball’s Women’s National Team Development Program concluded with the U.S. taking both ends of a split-squad doubleheader at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Development Complex on Sunday. The seven-game series finished with both teams going 3-3-1.Read More
The 18u Terriers won the NTN Tournament of Champions clash in Niagara Falls N.Y. on Sunday afternoon by a 7-4 margin over the Niagara Thunderwolves.
It is the second year in a row that the Terriers claimed the crown.Read More
Terriers 18U ace right-hander Ben Abram marched out to the mound for Sunday’s semi-final at Sal Maglie Stadium in the Tournament of Champions in Niagara Falls NY. A win would give the Terriers an opportunity to repeat as champions. He did not disappoint.
Abram struck out 11 Buffalo ADPro hitters and the offense supplied plenty of support in a 10-1 Terriers win.Read More
In series of roster moves on Monday, the Toronto Blue Jays recalled left-hander Tim Mayza, sent right-hander Leonel Campos to triple-A and released righty Taylor Cole. Canadian Baseball Network writer Andrew Hendriks has the details.Read More