Crouse Wins Asia Series Crown

  • November 25, 2013

Baseball BC and Junior National Team alum Michael Crouse from Port Moody helped his Canberra Cavalry claim the Asia Series title last week.

The Cavalry won the right to complete at the Asia Series by winning the Australian Baseball League and flew to Taiwan as serious underdogs.  Timely hitting, and good pitching led the Cavalry to come from behind in the championship game to win 14-4 to win the title.

Crouse did his part finishing 2-5 with a run scored in the championship game.

Down 4-2 in the bottom of the fourth, Crouse led off with a single then went from first to third after a single by Michael Wells.  He scored on the next at bat on a double play, cutting the lead to 4-3.

Crouse is currently a Toronto Blue Jays minor leaguer and will complete with the Cavalry in Australia until he’s require to report to Dunedin for Jays Spring Training.
Crouse represented Canada at the 2008 IBAF 18U World Cup in Edmonton – the same year the Jays took him in the 16th round of the MLB Draft.

In 2011, the then 20 year-old wore the red and white with the Senior National Team as Canada captured the bronze medal at the IBAF World Cup in Panama before winning the gold medal at the Pan Am Games in Mexico.

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Athletic Scholarship Information Sessions

  • November 25, 2013

Free Athletic Scholarship Information sessions will be offered in the coming weeks and invites you to join him for an enjoyable, informative and inspiring experience!

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PRESS PLAY to try Baseball!

  • November 22, 2013

Celebrate RBC Sports Day in Canada with the BC sport sector

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Baseball BC’s female baseball program

  • November 19, 2013

Baseball BC’s female baseball program is looking for motivated off field General Managers and on field coaches who are inspirational mentors, technical specialists, and have the ability to develop players and people in a fun female environment.

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Max Hollingworth Wins Award

  • November 18, 2013

The BCPBL and UBC Baseball program are proud to announce Coquitlam Reds Outfielder Max Hollingworth as the 2013 recipient of the BCPBL Academic/Athletic Excellence Award. 

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New Blog Post: Strength, Conditioning and Prevention Training for the Thrower

  • November 04, 2013

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