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Umpire of the Week

Umpires of the week coming soon

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Survey

Out of the following five choices, which one do you feel should move on to the semi-final round?

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WATCH: 'Rite of Passage' Documentary

Watch as the Canadian Junior National Team travel to the Dominican Republic to play against MLB affiliated academy teams.

Countdown to 2014 Women's Baseball World Cup (Miyazaki, Japan)

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Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)

What is LTAD?

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. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete.

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Sponsors

Home Run Sports

Home Run Sports

Home Run Sports of Winnipeg, Manitoba and Toronto, Ontario are the official supplier to Baseball Canada's umpires. Visit them on the web at  www.homerunsports.com or call Home Run Sports, toll-free: 1-800-565-2025.  Home Run Sports is also a sponsor of the Winterball Program.
 

Capital Traffic Systems

Capital Traffic Systems

Baseball Canada would like to thank Gord Chubb, father of 1995 Senior Team alumni, Marty Chubb, for transporting Team Canada's equipment throughout North America. For your shipping needs, contact Capital Traffic Systems toll-free at: 1-800-488-2991.

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Human Kinetics

Athletic Development - The Art & Science of Functional Sports Conditioning
Athletic Development offers a rare opportunity to learn and apply a career full of knowledge from the best. World-renowned strength and conditioning coach Vern Gambetta condenses the wisdom he's gained through more than 40 years of experience of working with athletes across sports, age groups, and levels of competition, including members of the Chicago White Sox, New York Mets, and U.S. men’s 1998 World Cup soccer team.
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