Montreal Carabins Take First Canada Cup

(GAME DATE — Oct. 27, 2020) — The Canadian Interuniversity Sports baseball season has come to an end after the Montréal Carabins were crowned the Canada Cup champions earlier this month. The team, which plays in the Canadian Collegiate Baseball Association (CCBA), defeated the Waterloo Warriors of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) conference, winning the best-of-three series, 2-1.

It was a first championship for the Carabins, who featured a stunningly impressive squad, including right fielder Price Simms, catcher Herbert Matthews, and righty hurler Bryant Ford. Continue reading “Montreal Carabins Take First Canada Cup”

Canadian, US Collegiate Teams Join Bull League

The Bull League started an “in-house” collegiate and high school baseball system back in at the beginning of 2017 in order to ensure a steady supply of amateur draftees for each June’s first year draft. Up until now these teams were all fictional colleges and high schools created just for the Bull League universe.

Recently, however, the league added the baseball teams of 20 actual Canadian universities, along with 32 real NCAA Division I colleges from the United States. And while the players and schedules will be fictional to suit the Bull League’s OOTP baseball simulation universe, the colleges, teams, nicknames and uniforms will all be based on the actual school teams represented. Continue reading “Canadian, US Collegiate Teams Join Bull League”