Follow the Junior National Team Spring Training Camp!

March 20, 2017

OTTAWA-Baseball Canada is pleased to announce that will once again provide live play-by-play coverage of select Junior National Team spring training games beginning on March 24th.

All games taking place at the Walter Fuller Complex in St. Pete will be available on, while the March 25th contest in Dunedin against the Toronto Blue Jays will available for listeners on Sportsnet 590 The FAN and for viewers on Sportsnet East, Ontario, West, Sportsnet NOW.

Fans can download the FREE Tunein App for all smartphones, tablets and connected devices, and search for "Baseball Canada".

The play-by-play for games in St. Pete will be handled by the voice of the Clearwater Threshers, Kirsten Karbach along with Radio St. Pete’s own, Joe Bourdow.

As always, Baseball Canada will have exclusive photos, news, notes as part of our complete coverage through our social channels:

Dates and broadcast times:

3/24 - 1pm ET Canada vs Tampa Bay Rays (Radio St. Pete)
3/25 - 1pm ET Canada vs Toronto Blue Jays (Listen: Sportsnet 590 The FAN, Watch: Sportsnet East, Ontario, West, Sportsnet NOW
3/27 - 1pm ET Canada vs Detroit Tigers (Radio St. Pete)
3/28 - 1pm ET Canada vs Atlanta Braves (Radio St. Pete)
3/29 - 1pm ET Canada vs Philadelphia Phillies (Radio St. Pete)
3/30 -1pm ET Canada vs Toronto Blue Jays (Radio St. Pete)

For more information including ticket information, please visit


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