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Canadian College Players Returning Home


Written by: Callum Hughson in 2011. www.mopupduty.com/

For many high school-aged baseball players, the common belief is that the only place to get noticed by major-league scouts is by playing baseball at an American school.  With a baseball-mad culture and the ability to provide athletic scholarships, American Universities & Colleges have always had a leg (or two) up on Canadian Universities.  Although the NCAA and American programs still offer the premier competitive college baseball experience, the OUA (Ontario University Athletics) is beginning to close the gap on the talent level while offering a far superior educational experience.  I spoke with many current players and alumni from Canada’s premier baseball program at Brock University to get their perspective on playing in both the states as well as in Canada and the OUA. Continue reading


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It was a night to remember at George Taylor Field last night, as the Niagara Metros took a night off from their usual home game to host the first ever High School All-Star Showcase. Students from across the Niagara Region came to the Metros home field and did not disappoint. While the battle between Zone 3 and Zone 4 saw the former come away with a 14-7 victory, it

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Thanks Bob just isn’t enough

If you’re a Canadian Baseball fan or  Canadian Baseball player that played baseball at the collegiate , semi pro, or professional rank  then chances are you know who Bob Elliott is.

Chances are like me,  you  also owe Bob a great deal of thanks in one way or another.

Yesterday marked the end of a legend’s  career with the Toronto Sun and his impact not only on my life personally but the impact he’s had on the Canadian Baseball landscape.

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2016 OFSAA Baseball Preview


2016 OFSAA Baseball Preview

The high school baseball season is starting up and teams from around the province will be vying for the Prentice Cup. Below are some preseason rankings of teams that have a strong track record, are in the strongest conferences, and are most likely to be in the hunt for the championship. To simplify, the teams are broken down into 4 geographical regions. Continue reading

Niagara Region All-Star Showcase

The Niagara Metros Senior AAA team are putting on a fantastic event to showcase High School baseball players all over the Niagara Region.

The Metros are the premier amateur baseball team in the area and one of the top 5 programs in the province. We operate out of St. Catharines, but draw players from all over the Niagara region and some from beyond. Continue reading