Baseball BC National & Western Qualifiers Begin Friday July 29th

July 29, 2022

The process of determining British Columbia's representatives at the 2022 Western and National Championships begins Friday at Latrace Park in Richmond. 

In the 18U AAA Tier 1 qualifier, the Mid Island Pirates (PBL) play the North Fraser Nationals (BC Minor College Prep) with the winner of the best of three series advancing to the Nationals in Fort McMurray. 

In the 18U AAA Tier 2 qualifier, the Coquitlam Redlegs (JPBL) play the Cloverdale Spurs (BC Minor 18U AAA) with the winner of the best of three series advancing to the Westerns in Regina. 

Game one of both series goes Friday night, while the second and third games (if necessary) go Saturday. 

The qualifiers for 15U AA and 18U AA Westerns will also be determined this weekend at BC Minor's Provincial Championships. 

Full schedules and scores can be found at:

These will be the first games officially hosted by Baseball BC since September 2nd, 2019. 

Questions about Baseball BC qualifiers can be directed to Kyle Williams (

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