The Midget Selects Program is one of Sask Baseball's elite baseball programs. Every year the top 16 and 17-year-old players are scouted throughout the province. Evaluation camps are held in May to identify the talent pool in Saskatchewan. Players are also identified the previous year by the use of the Bantam Selects Tournament.
The Bantam Selects Program was established in 1997 as a new initiative by the Sask Baseball Coach and Player Development Committee in order to identify future Team Saskatchewan Select players.
There will be a Team Sask Developmental Team which will feature the top 16 year olds in the province. The goal of this team is to prepare players for the upcoming years Baseball Canada Cup and Canada Summer Games. Players selected for this team will be evaluated at the Midget Selects ID Camps.
CANADA SUMMER GAMES
Every four years, Sask Baseball selects a team comprising of the top athletes in a given age group. The next Canada Summer Games will take place in Sherbrooke, Quebec. The age group of this championship will be 17 & Under.
WESTERN CANADA SUMMER GAMES
Every four years, Sask Baseball selects a team comprising of the top athletes in a given age group. The next Western Canada Summer Games will take place in Kamloops, British Columbia. The age group of this championship will be 15 & Under.
The SBA believes in the pursuit of excellence. Through the Saskatchewan Athlete Assistance Program, SBA will be able to provide financial assistance to eligible baseball athletes.
SASKATCHEWAN PLAYERS IN COLLEGE
Click on the following link to see an up-to-date list of Saskatchewan Players currently attending and participating in a College / University baseball program. It also has a detailed list of current Saskatchewan players in Professional baseball and past Saskatchewan players to be drafted into Major League Baseball.
Faster, Stronger, Fitter...A
Complete Guide for Baseball Conditioning
for Players 16-19 Years of Age
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