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All registration fees are now due for Rally Cap and Mosquito to Midget A level ball.  Registration deadline for all divisions is April 15th.Coaches – the SBA Coaching Clinics in Regina will be at St. Marguerite school on April 12 – 14, and you can register through Baseball Canada http://www.baseball.ca/

Umpires – Umpire Level 1 Clinic will be held at St. Marguerite School on April 20th and 21st (these will be two one day clinics).
Umpire Level 2/3 clinic will be held at Riffel High School April 27th and 28th (two day clinic).

Opening Night – May 1st!  Let’s Play Ball!

Attention all 2012 Registered Baseball Regina Players who will be 10 or 11 as of August 18, 2013You are eligible for selection to go to the World Children’s Baseball Fair in Japan August 18-26, 2013!

Zone 2 (Regina) has been selected as one of 5 zones in Sask Baseball to send one (1) player. Applications, which include an essay, must be received by Sask Baseball no later than March 1, 2013.  For details about the event, as well as application details, please visit http://saskbaseball.ca/index.php?id=126.  Don’t delay.  This is an opportunity of a lifetime to meet children from all over the world while working on baseball skills.

Jean MacDonald
SBA Zone 2 Governor

Sylvester has major-league aspirations

Toffan signs with Blinn College

2013 Registrations are now available for all age groups, Rally Cap, Mosquito, Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget A.Registration will once again be through the RAMP registration system. Please read through the registration information to the bottom of the web page and then click on Register for the 2013 Season Now.  You may pay by PayPal (includes a service fee) if you wish after you have completed the RAMP
registration by returning to the Baseball Regina website and clicking on the Buy Now button at the top of the registration page. Visit the registration page – now.

Fees will be unchanged from 2012.  Rally cap $125.00, Mosquito $225.00, Pee Wee $250.00, Bantam $275.00, Midget A $250.00.

A’s Schulz signs with Stetson University

Jordan Schulz has signed with Stetson University a D1 school out of Florida.
The Hatters play in the Atlantic Sun Conference.For more click here
Adelman and Team New Zealand in Historic firsts at World Baseball ClassicLandon Adelman’s World Classic experience is in the history books. Adelman came in relief in the bottom of the 5th in New Zealand’s first World Baseball Classic appearance . Down 2-0 to Chinese Taipei Adelman could not stop the onslaught, however the experience will be valuable in a possible finals rematch with the winner moving into the full World Classic in March.

To see view the full game
http://web.worldbaseballclassic.com/wbc/2013/video/play.jsp? topic_id=38613768&content_id=25484765
Adelman was also in the starting lineup as New Zealand captured its first ever World Classic win over Johnny Damon (Boston RedSox, New York Yankees) and Thailand.
To follow go to www.worldbaseballclassic.com

Baseball Regina AGM
Tuesday, October 23
St. Theresa School


2012 was another big year for Baseball Regina.
Alumni members with the Regina RedSox captured their second straight WMBL title. There were 10 players and 1 coach named to the Canada Cup team that finished fifth. Two players competed for the Canadian National Team in Italy. Baseball Regina’s Summer Games team captured Silver and our AAA and AA teams won Gold, Silver and Bronze at the Provincials and Westerns. For More click on tabs at left.
The Midget AAA Wolfpack earned a Silver Medal at the Western Canadian
Championships in Edmonton.The Bantam AAA Pacers captured the Silver Medal at the Western Canadian
Championships held at Pacer Park in Regina.

The Bantam AAA Buffalos won the Silver Medal at the Provincials held in

The winning 50/50 ticket number for $410 drawn on August 19th is:    110502If this ticket is yours, please email keithdeanhill@gmail.com and make arrangements to receive your winnings!

Thanks again for your support.
Baseball Regina

The Bantam AA WhiteSox have captured the Provincial AA Tier ll Gold. The WhiteSox were undefeated during the Provincial tournament. Troy Murray earned the win in the Regina White Sox’s 10-8 victory over the Saskatoon A’s  in the bantam AA gold-medal game.

The Regina Buffalos earned the Gold at the Mosquito AAA Provincials.
Winning pitcher Brett Zazuluk helped the Buffalos defeat the Saskatoon Cardinals 13-1 in the mosquito AAA final.

Team Regina coached by Calvin Toffan, Ward Komonosky and Dean Kozak won the silver medal at the Saskatchewan Summer Games in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. They battled hard but lost with an 8  to 6 score to Team Rivers West.

The Regina Wolfpack, after finishing second during regular season play, have won the Bronze medal at the SPBL Championships and will now compete in Edmonton Aug. 23-27 for the Western Canadian Championships.
Bantam AAA League Play-off Results
Champions – Regina Pacers
Finalists – Regina Buffalos

Pee Wee AAA League Play-off Results

Champions – Weyburn Beavers
Finalists – Swift Current Indians
Congrats on a great season!

Mosquito AA League Play-off Results

Champions – Lumsden Cubs
Finalists – Regina White Sox
Further League Play-off Results
Mosquito AAA Champion – Regina Buffalos
Mosquito AAA Finalist – Weyburn Beavers
PeeWee AA Champion – Southey Eagles
PeeWee AA Finalist – Lumsden Cubs
Bantam AA Champions – Regina White Sox
Bantam AA Finalists – Regina Pacers
A’s Radmacher makes Area Code TeamJune 22

Brandon Radmacher of the Regina Athletics has made the Area Code games team and will compete at the Area Code Games tournament in Long Beach, California. This tournament features the top high school baseball talent in Canada and the USA.

The main ingredient of Area Code Baseball’s success is the player selection process. All tryouts are by invitation only and in the majority of cases, players have to be nominated by a Major League scout to be considered for an invitation.

With these stringent requirements to participate in the Area Code Games, the level of talent that is assembled each year is staggering. Every major league team is represented at the event, with some teams having as many as 12 scouts from their organization in attendance. In addition, college coaches are allowed to attend the games.

The SPBL and Baseball Regina is proud and excited to have a member player involved in such a prestigious event. Good luck Brandon!

A Division Play-off Results

Mosquito A Champion – South Short Sabres
Mosquito A Finalist – Lumsden Cubs

PeeWee A Champion – Bethune Bucs
PeeWee A Finalist – Regina Pacers

Baseball Regina’s AAA Tournament Results
Mosquito Division
Regina White Sox – Champions
Regina Buffalos – Finalists
Pee Wee Division
Saskatoon A’s – Champions
Calgary Coyotes – Finalists
Bantam Division
Regina Pacers – Champions
Regina Buffalos – Finalists
Baseball Regina’s AA Tournament
Mosquito Division
NRLL Rays – Champions
Saskatoon Braves – Finalists
Pee Wee
Southey Eagles – Champions
Regina White Sox – Finalists
Kiwanis Junior Pirates- Champions
Regina Pacers – Finalists
Congratulations and thank you to all involved!
Baseball Regina’s A Tournament
Mosquito Division
Mosquito A Pacers – Champions
Southey Eagles – Finalists
Pee Wee Division
Due to weather the championship rounds could not be played.
The top four teams included:
Corydon Grizzlies, Saskatoon A’s, South Shore and Regina Pacers
Congratulations to Baseball Regina’s teams for their performance
at the Legasse AAA Tournament:
    Bantam AAA Champions – Regina Pacers

Mosquito AAA Champions – Regina White Sox

2012 Toronto Blue Jays Honda Super Camp

  coming to SASKATOON – August 20-22nd

   Register now for it will sell out fast!!!


Team Fundraising Opportunity
Pacer Park, a facility used by Baseball Regina, uses bingos at Centennial Bingo to raise funds for park maintenance and upgrading.  The Pacer Board offers your team the opportunity to raise funds for your baseball expenses.  Pacers Baseball Inc. pays a donation to the team that provides volunteers to work a bingo at $40.00/worker for shifts 5:30 pm to 10 pm on Mon to Thursday and 5 pm to 10pm on Fri to Sun.  Pacers Baseball Inc. will pay your team treasurer on a quarterly basis and the funds are to be paid to the individual worker’s team account.
This is an opportunity for ALL Baseball Regina families to help cover their baseball expenses while assisting in the upkeep of Pacer Park

If your team or individuals are interested in this opportunity please contact
Patti Kuffner at pattikuffner@hotmail.com

Hello Baseball Regina Families,

The following is a message from the Regina Baseball Umpires Association (RBUA).

Logan Plesniewicz – Umpire of the Week 
May 28th – June 3rdBaseball Canada and Sask Baseball recognize up and coming baseball officials on a weekly basis. Umpires are recognized for their abilities & dedication.  An umpire from a different zone (Sask Baseball) or province (Baseball Canada) is highlighted weekly.



Jordan Schulz
 of the Midget AAA Athletics continues to represent Saskatchewan with Team Canada!Game play begins Thursday May 24th….

Keep informed through www.baseball.ca

Geoff MacDonald (Wolfpack 2009 ) has signed a scholarship deal with Missouri Baptist university in St. Louis . The Spartans are current AMC champions and a Nationally ranked NAIA program.
Zerff reaches another milestone with Long Island State UniversityReliever Evan Zerff, who already holds the Blackbirds’ career and single-season saves marks, became the all-time appearances leader and comes into play with 71.


Paul Vogelsang of the Regina Mets has signed with Minot State , an NCAA D2 school


Sask Baseball in the news with Baseball Canada….
Schulz and Toffan complete week at Canadian National Jr. Team tryouts
Brooklyn, N.Y. – LIU Brooklyn junior Evan Zerff earned a spot on the initial watch list for the eighth annual National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year Award, the association announced. The honor is bestowed at the end of the season to the top relief pitcher in all of NCAA Division I baseball.Zerff, who is one of 45 pitchers selected to the watch list, set both the LIU single-season and career saves mark last season as the Blackbirds finished 28-23 (19-11 Northeast Conference). The righthander notched 13 saves in 24 appearances, giving him 15 for his career. For the season, Zerff compiled a 3-3 record with a 5.60 ERA. In 27 1/3 innings, he struck out 27. The Canadian import  (Regina, Sask) is an owner of a 6-6 mark and a 4.23 ERA during his two-year career.
Geoff MacDonald (2009) has been selected to attend the Allstar showcase in Sacramento California. The Monterey Peninsula sophomore hit .291 and was 3rd in the conference for homeruns in his freshman year in the Pacific Coast Conference Juco Div 1.
Regina’s Dustin Molleken (BlueJays 2001) a member of Team Canada , has won a Bronze medal at the IBAF World Championships. Dustin, age 27, pitches AAA in the Colorado Rockies organization.Canada’s reliever Dustin Molleken, right, celebrates with the catcher Emerson Frosted after getting the last out during the seventh inning of a Baseball World Cup second round game against South Korea in Aguadulce, Panama, Thursday Oct. 13, 2011. Canada won 4-0. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)
CANADA IS GOLDEN!Dustin Molleken #35 (Midget Bluejays 2001)

Lagos de Moreno, Mexico-

Canada defeats USA 2-1 . The gold medal is the first gold won at a major international baseball event at the senior level by a Canadian team. Canada won bronze at the IBAF Baseball World Cup in Panama two weeks ago making this team the most successful in Baseball Canada’s history.

Sask Baseball’s 2011 Player of the YearNolan Benesh – Of the Regina Midget AAA Metz

Congratulations on a fantastic season!

CONGRATULATIONS toJean and Leo MacDonald
the recipients of the 2011
Sask Baseball’s


This acknowledges the endless hours that the MacDonalds have worked to improve baseball in Saskatchewan.

Jager Toffan of Regina and Jordan Schulz of Strasbourg were selected by Baseball Canada to represent Saskatchewan at the Mizuno Elite Development Camp, to be held September 8th to 10th at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.Major League Baseball, Mizuno Canada, the Toronto Blue Jays and Baseball Canada are hosting some of the top 15-and 16-year-old players in Canada.
Players will attend morning workouts on-field at Rogers Centre before heading to the classroom in the afternoon to partake in life skills seminars.
Baseball Regina Players named to Western Canada Summer Games Team
TEAM SASK WINS A SILVER MEDAL AT 2011 BASEBALL CANADA CUPCongratulations to Team Saskatchewan who proved the critics wrong by winning a SILVER medal at the 2011 Baseball Canada Cup held in Moncton, NB. It was a nail-biting Championship Game with Team Ontario squeeking by Team Sask by a score of 3-2 on a sacrifice fly to win in the bottom of the 7th inning.

Regina’s  Jager Toffin was the game MVP in the gold medal game and was selected to the Canada Cup AllStar team.

Baseball Regina was represented on the team by 10 members including;

Brandon Herney, Brandon Radmacher,  Ryan Filyk ,Jordan Schulz, Dave Peters (coach) of the AAA Athletics

Nolan Benesh, Paul Vogelsang , Nathan Haroldson of the AAA Mets

Jager Toffan, Jeremy Sylvester of the AAA Wolfpack

Baseball Regina Alumni lead Red Sox to WMBL Championship!

(L-R) Geoff MacDonald, Tyler McWirter, Landon Adelman, Mitch MacDonald, Justin Eiswirth, Shawn Wilyman and Ryan Brezinski (missing) Taylor Hinger, Gilles Virgin, Jamie Good, Chris Untereiner

For the first time in franchise history, the Regina Red Sox are the Western Major Baseball League champions.

The team beat the Okotoks Dawgs 7-3 on Saturday to win its best-of-five series three games to one.

The Red Sox got all seven runs in the 6th inning, lead off by an off the wall double by Mitch MacDonald . The Dawgs scored once in the 5th and twice in the 8th in the game played in Seaman Stadium before a sellout crowd of 3,678.

Bantam AAA Pacers Win Bantam TitleThe Regina Pacers are the Western Canada Bantam AAA Baseball Champions.

The Pacers won the title Sunday in Winnipeg, defeating the Vancouver Mounties 3-2 in the championship game.

Regina trailed 2-0 before Ryker Toffan belted a game tying, two-RBI double in the fifth inning. Carson Bogdan drove in the third run in the following inning.

Chase Nistor was the winning pitcher, allowing only four hits in 6 1/3 innings. Kade Erickson notched the save after retiring the final two batters. Nistor and Carter Folk added singles.

Nine members of Baseball Regina have been selected to play for Team Saskatchewan at this years Canada Cup to be held. August 10-15 in Moncton New Brunswick.Brandon Herney, Brandon Radmacher,  Ryan Filyk  and Jordan Schulz of the AAA Athletics
Nolan Benesh, Paul Vogelsang and Nathan Haroldson of the AAA Mets
Jager Toffin, Jeremy Sylvester of the AAA Wolfpack


Cory Hall (Santa Clara D1) baseball team was honored by the West Coast conference for his play this season on Wednesday. A senior RHP Cory Hall, was named to the 2011 All-West Coast Conference First Team. Details
Cory Hall signs with Kansas City Royals – Read Full Story
Cory Hall signs with MLB Kansas City
Regina’s Cory Hall won’t exactly be giving himself the royal treatment after signing his first Major League contract.    “Nah, it’s pretty minimal,” said the newest member of the Kansas City Royals organization. “It’s not about the money. All I really wanted was an opportunity.    “This is what I’ve been working for my whole life.”   Full Story
Nychuck Signs Scholarship Regina’s Justin Nychuk has agreed to a baseball scholarship at Daytona State College, a Division I junior college in Daytona Beach, Fla.  Nychuk is a member of the Regina Mets, who play in the Saskatchewan Premier Baseball League’s midget AAA division. Daytona State had two players from its baseball program drafted this past week in the Major League Baseball amateur draft.
Chris Untenreiner has been named 2nd team All Conference ( DH ) for the Coast Conference in California D1 Junior College baseball. Read More
Baseball East Division Player of the WeeJohn Willner, Valdosta Stat

Valdosta State outfielder John Willner (SR, 6-2, 180, Regina, Saskatchewan).

Read more


Former Baseball Regina player …. Bryce Earns National RecognitionBUFFALO, NY –

Following a career weekend in which he batted .615 and slugged five home runs, senior Eric Bryce was named one of the Louisville Slugger’s National Players of the Week, as announced today by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Read More

Team Fundraising OpportunityPacer Park, one of the facilities used by Baseball Regina, has used bingos at Centennial Bingo to raise funds for park maintenance and upgrading.  The Pacer Board would like to offer your team the opportunity to raise funds for your baseball expenses.  Pacers Baseball Inc. pays a donation to the team that provides volunteers to work a bingo at $40.00/worker for shifts 5:30 pm to 10 pm on Mon to Thursday and 5 pm to 10pm on Fri to Sun.  Pacers Baseball Inc. will pay your team treasurer on a quarterly basis and the funds are to be paid to the individual worker’s team account.

This is an opportunity for ALL Baseball Regina families to help cover their baseball expenses while assisting in the upkeep of Pacer Park

The next bingos are scheduled on March 24th, April 1st, April 29th, May 17th and May 27th.

If your team or individuals are interested in this opportunity please contact Patti Kuffner at pattikuffner@hotmail.com.  Each team should only have one individual that would be the bingo contact/organizer.

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