Monthly Archives: February 2018

West Asia Cup Announced for 2018

A new international tournament has been announced for 2018, as UAE will host the West Asia Cup from March 26-April 1. It was a surprise addition to the calendar as the Cup is usually contested in odd-numbered years, though the … Continue reading

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Durham’s Zucker Named BSUK’s Young Coach of the Year

Durham University Baseball has only been around for two years, but the club has already had some impressive achievements. Durham has fielded two teams since in its first season and won the National University Baseball Championship in the autumn of … Continue reading

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The Week in International Baseball (28 January-3 February)

The week started with a Bahamian pitcher listed as a Top 50 Junior College draft prospect, who could be a potential Great Britain ace: Chavez Fernander, a sophomore from @baseballbahamas with @PolkStBaseball, named a Top 50 JUCO Draft Prospect. As … Continue reading

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The Week in International Baseball (4 February-10 February)

It was a light week for news on international baseball as we hit the final lull before spring training begins. The topics that hit our desk focussed on Great Britain and the Bahamas as we continue to explore the connexion … Continue reading

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Isaacs on Baseball in the Bahamas, Learning “God Save the Queen”

We recently spoke to Todd Isaacs (link), the brainchild behind the Don’t Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise, which brought an impressive collection of minor leaguers together in the Bahamas’ first-ever professional baseball event. The inaugural contest was won by … Continue reading

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