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World Childrens Baseball Fair Annoucement
- Monday, 02 February 2015 16:10
At the beginning of January Baseball NB announced its “Why I Love Baseball” contest. In which 5 lucky participants would get the opportunity to represent New Brunswick and Canada at the 2015 Word Children’s Baseball Fair in Chiba, Japan from August 2 to August 10.
Baseball NB would like to thank everyone who participated in the “Why I Love Baseball” contest! While all the letters we received were great, only 5 can be chosen. We would like to congratulate Alex Peacock (Quispamsis), Damien Cormier-Massiera (Dieppe), Jacob Bordage (Penobsquis), Maxwell Jardine (Miramichi), and Ryan Mann (Athoville) on their selection. These five players will get the opportunity to take part in baseball, cultural, and recreational activities. We look forward to working with them a preparing them for their adventure to Chiba, Japan!
Jan 31 Winter sessions Cancelled
- Saturday, 31 January 2015 09:52
Due to the weather forecast for January 31st the 15U development camp and 17U training sessions have been cancelled. We will see everyone at the next scheduled sessions on Feb. 14th!
Why I Love Baseball - Contest
- Monday, 05 January 2015 14:22
Baseball NB is looking for 5 lucky children to attend the 25th World Children’s Baseball Fair 2015 in Chiba, Japan. The World Children’s Baseball Fair (WCBF) is held every year to promote worldwide baseball expansion, and at the same time, to provide a tool for international exchange among people from different nations around the world. This year’s event will take place from August 2 to 10, 2015.
Baseball New Brunswick Seeking Coach
- Friday, 19 December 2014 13:59
Baseball New Brunswick is currently accepting applications for the position of Head Coach for the 2017 Canada Games Baseball Team. The program will represent New Brunswick at the 2017 Canada Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
15U Development Camp-Register Now!
- Wednesday, 17 December 2014 11:29
The 2015 15U (00,01) development camps will be lead by our Selects and Junior Selects coaching staff with potential guest coaches throughout the winter. There will be 8 sessions in total from January to May at a cost of $85 which includes a camp T-shirt. To register please send a complete registration form along with payment to the Baseball NB office at 900 Hanwell Road Suite 13 Fredericton, NB. E3B 6A2. Or, for more information please contact the Baseball NB office at 506-451-1329.
2014 Award Winners!
- Monday, 06 October 2014 10:56
Co-Minor Player of the Year - Adam Estey
Adam was a member of the Fredericton Bantam AAA Royals, and played a major role in helping his team bring home Baseball NB Provincial Gold, and a Baseball Canada National 15U silver medal. During the National Tournament Adam played in 7 games with a .462 batting average, scored 7 runs, had 12 hits, 3 doubles, 2 home runs, with 10 RBI’s, 1 walk, and 2 stolen bases. Adam was also a member of the 15U Selects team for Baseball New Brunswick, and finished his regular season with the Bantam Royals with an average of .510 and 11 HR.
Co-Minor Player of the Year - Blake Flynn
Blake pitched 40 innings as a member of the Midget AAA Metro Mudcats this season, with 4 complete games and an ERA of 0.249. Blake was also a member of the Baseball New Brunswick 17U Selects team, while attending the Baseball Canada – Canada Cup, he pitched 6 innings with 1 win, an ERA of 0, allowed no walks and had 8 strike-outs. Blake was also a member of Team Atlantic at the Toronto Blue Jays Tournament 12 event.
Adult Player of the Year – Mike Washburn
Mike Washburn is the first player in the NB Senior League to win Back-to-Back Triple crowns. He finished the 2014 season with a .484 batting average, 46 hits, 9 HRs and 35 RBIs. Mike also assisted the Chatham Ironmen in their run during the Baseball Canada Senior Nationals with 2 Home Runs and 9 RBIs over the 4 day event. Washburn also assisted the Fredericton Royals to another Provincial championship with 13 RBIs, 5 Home Runs and a .500 batting average during the playoffs.
Volunteer of the Year - Garda Huber
Not only this year but every year since she joined the group at Moncton minor baseball Garda put in tireless hours from the beginning of the baseball season to the end. She makes sure she is set to roll out the online registration early in the New Year then into the in-person registration in early spring. While all this is going on she is also the vice president and acting secretary for Moncton minor baseball. So with those 2 titles she attends every meeting that is held within the organization. She also leads the charge in finding all the Moncton Minor coaches each and every year, and making sure all teams have all the proper equipment needed for the season.
Coach of the Year - Chris Vogels
Chris is passionate about the game of baseball and he brings that to the field each and every practice, game and tournament. Many of the wins are come from behind wins because he teaches his players to believe in themselves and believe the game isn’t over until the last inning is played. Over the 2014 season Chris Vogels lead the Sackville PeeWee AA Hurricanes to a first place finish at the inaugural Paul “tubby” Melanson tournament, a 2nd place finish at the Baseball NB Provincials and a 2nd place finish at the Baseball Atlantic Tournament.
2014 Hall of Fame Inductee:
Player: Jon Joseph Lindsay
Jon Joseph Lindsay was a catcher who stood 6’2” tall, had a rifle-arm and outstanding baseball tools. In 1988, Jon helped his teammates to his first National medal by assisting the Chatham Ironmen to a Silver Medal at the Baseball Canada Midget Championships. At the young age of 17, in 1989 Lindsay signed for 3 years with Texas Rangers, only the second native of St.Stephen to sign with a professional ball team. Jon played for the Gulf Coast Rangers for the 90 and 91 seasons before being released. Following his stint with the Rangers organization, Jon made a splash in the New Brunswick Junior and Senior league. Jon was a member of; 1992 Newcastle Cardinals Baseball Canada Junior Nationals Silver medal team; 1993 New Brunswick Canada Games team and the Newcastle Cardinals Junior Atlantic Championship team; 1998 (Fredericton Royals) and 1999 (Chatham Ironmen) Baseball Canada Senior Nationals bronze medal team; 2001 (Saint John Alpines) Baseball Canada Senior Nationals Championship team; and the 2002 (Saint John Alpines) Baseball Canada Senior Nationals silver medal team. From 1981 to 2002 Jon was also a member of 1 Mosquito, 1 High School, and 4 Senior New Brunswick Championship teams and named a New Brunswick Senior Baseball All star 5 times.