Selects Camp Invite List

Congratulations to the following players for being invited to the 2018 BC Selects camp July 16-19 at South Surrey Athletic Park in White Rock, BC. Of the 47 players represented from across BC, 20 will make Team BC and represent the Province at this year’s Baseball Canada Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick August 8-12. Registration for the camp can be done here


Ryan Beitel – Langley Blaze

Connor Caskenette – Mid Island Pirates

Caleb Cassie – North Delta Blue Jays

Alejandro Cazorla – Okotoks/W.R. Tritons

Dawson Clark – Victoria Eagles

Brad Cox – Victoria Eagles

Jayden Cull – Victoria Eagles

Holden Cumiskey – Langley Blaze

Ryan Dauphinee – White Rock Tritons

Jacob Davies – Cloverdale Nationals

Reid Dawson – North Delta Blue Jays

Carlin Dick – Abbotsford Cardinals

Connor Dykstra – Chilliwack Cougars

Jackson Flemons – UBC Thunder

Lukas Frers – White Rock Tritons

Ty Hall – Chilliwack Cougars

Jude Hall – Chilliwack Cougars

Connor Hall – Parksville Royals

Aidan Heintz – Victoria Mariners

Damon Hutchings – North Shore Twins

Kevin Kim – Abbotsford Cardinals

Liam Knight – Abbotsford Cardinals

Luciano Letteri – Coquitlam Reds

Madjik Mackenzie – Coquitlam Reds

Adam Maier – North Shore Twins


Daniel Martin – Langley Blaze

Peter Masztalar – Whalley Chiefs

Giordano Mezzomo – Coquitlam Redlegs

Theo Millas – Langley Blaze

Lucas Miracle – Trail

Carter Morris – Okanagan A’s

Ben Munger – Mid Island Pirates

Brandon Nicoll – Langley Blaze

Dayton Peters – Vauxhall/Abbotsford Cardinals

Gavin Pringle – Victoria Eagles

Jake Richmond – North Shore Twins

Nathan Ringness-Law - Kelowna Sun Devils

Eli Saul – UBC Thunder

Jack Seward – Coquitlam Reds

Joseph Sinclair – North Shore Twins

Romero Snow – Abbotsford Cardinals

Marcus Steen – Mid Island Pirates

Noah Takacs – Victoria Jr. Eagles

Justin Thorsteinson – Langley Blaze

John Vulcano – Vauxhall/Cloverdale Nationals

Josh Walker – Victoria Mariners

Matt Wilkinson – Okotoks

Alex Wright – Okanagan A’s









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