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Tournament 12 News
  • Blue Jays Academy names T12 All-Star team

     – After last week's second annual Tournament 12 presented by New Era, which ended with Quebec-Blue coming out on top, the Blue Jays Baseball Academy named an All-Star team.

  • Blue is new champion in Tournament 12

     – Quebec Blue pulled off a narrow 2-1 victory over B.C. Orange to capture the Tournament 12 championship at Rogers Centre on Saturday.

  • Tournament 12 title matchups take shape at Rogers Centre

     – On Saturday, championship games at the Tournament 12 at Toronto's Rogers Centre will showcase what is fast becoming a supremely talented group of youth players north of the border in Canada.

  • Naylor, Orimoloye among Canada's best youth players

     – Demi Orimoloye and Josh Naylor were the headliners of Tournament 12, an amateur baseball showcase at Rogers Centre featuring 160 of the top draft-eligible players in the country. Both players missed the beginning of the event due to Hurricane Odile, which kept the Canadian Junior National Team stranded in Mexico for a few days.

  • Pompey, one of Canada's best, follows in brother's footsteps

     – Tristan Pompey, one of Canada's top draft-eligible prospects, is following in his brother's footsteps and taking part in the Tourney 12 Tournament this week in Toronto.

  • BC-Orange, two Ontario squads unbeaten at Tournament 12

     – The power rankings are becoming clearer after the second day of round-robin play wrapped up at Tournament 12 on Thursday night. To no surprise, it appears British Columbia-Orange and the two Ontario teams are the squads to beat.

  • Tournament 12 gets underway with exciting slate of games

     – If there was a lesson to be learned during the first day of games at the Tournament 12 showcase, it was to not count any team out. Wednesday's slate of games were filled with come-from-behind victories, as the top amateur talent across the nation produced non-stop excitement at Rogers Centre.

  • Hurricane Odile delays Canadian Junior National Team

     – Hurricane Odile, a Category 3 storm which caused severe damage after touching down in northern Mexico on Sunday, delayed the return home of the Canadian Junior National Team, leaving the group stranded over 1,864 miles away while their peers competed in the Tournament 12 showcase at Rogers Centre. The hurricane battered the Los Cabos airport in Mexico, causing closures and leaving tourists in the region unable to travel for days.

  • Canadian amateur stars set for Tournament 12

     – The top youth baseball talent from Canada will call Rogers Centre home for the next week. Tournament 12, an amateur baseball showcase featuring 160 of the best First-Year Player Draft-eligible players nationwide, kicked off Tuesday at the Blue Jays' home stadium in downtown Toronto.

  • Top Canadian talent tapped for Tournament 12

     – Tournament 12 is a difference-maker. Last September, the Toronto Blue Jays and the Blue Jays Baseball Academy hosted the inaugural event, inviting the top Draft-eligible talent from across Canada to play in a competitive four-day tournament, displaying their skills for many scouts and college recruiters.

  • Blue Jays agree to sign Tournament 12 righty Case

     – Tournament 12 instantly made an impact on one Canadian baseball player. The Blue Jays announced on Saturday that they agreed to a deal with right-hander Andrew Case of Saint John, New Brunswick.

  • Maritimes win inaugural Tournament 12 in Toronto

     – The Cinderella story is complete. The Maritimes – an underdog team comprised of players from three Eastern Canadian provinces – pulled off a number of unlikely victories and left Toronto as the last team standing at the inaugural Tournament 12.

  • Morgan's potential has Tournament 12 abuzz

     – If Gareth Morgan makes good on his potential, there's no telling just how much upside Canada's top prospect has.

  • Young Futures-Navy team excites at Tournament 12

     – The Futures-Navy team at the Tournament 12 showcase at Rogers Centre may have been the youngest of 10 squads, but a number of players turned some heads during their four games.

  • Maritimes-Grey reaches semis at Tournament 12

     – Maritimes-Grey became the first team to clinch a spot in the Tournament 12 semifinals by winning both of their games Sunday at Rogers Centre to improve to 3-0.

  • Naylor, Orimoloye impressing at Tournament 12

     – The Tournament 12 showcase at Rogers Centre is filled with Canada's best young baseball talent, but when it comes to those who are eligible for the 2015 First-Year Player Draft, there are two who have already separated themselves from the pack.

  • Strong pitching highlights Tournament 12's first day

     – The first day of Tournament 12 games was highlighted by the offensive display of Ontario-Maroon third baseman Robert Byckowski and a number of fantastic pitching performances Saturday at Rogers Centre.

  • Blue Jays big supporters of Canadian amateur ball

     – When it comes to amateur baseball in Canada, the Blue Jays are doing things the right way.

  • Canada's top talent gathers in front of scouts

     – The five-day long Tournament 12 showcase, presented by New Era, began Friday at Rogers Centre with a player-evaluation workout in front of a large presence of scouts.

  • Alomar excited about teen baseball showcase

     – Roberto Alomar's career began the same way he's hoping some of the 220 teenagers at Tournament 12 will begin theirs.

Toronto Blue Jays are proud supporters of Amateur Baseball across Canada