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Tournament 12

The Blue Jays Baseball Academy, in collaboration with Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar will host the second annual Tournament 12 showcase baseball tournament at Rogers Centre, September 16-20. Tournament 12 will highlight the best Canadian amateur players with college eligibility. Eight teams will represent the Canadian provinces. Baseball Scouts and recruiters are encouraged to attend this event with the benefits of preferred seating along with a tournament scouting guide.

All players will be selected by the Blue Jays Baseball Academy with the assistance of the Blue Jays Scouting Department, Baseball Canada, and the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau. All tournament games will be umpired by members of the Baseball Canada High Performance program for Canadian umpires.

The first ten roster spots for each team have been announced. Seven additional roster spots per team will be named on Friday, August 15, with the final tournament rosters being declared on Friday, August 29.

Eligible players will be evaluated throughout the 2014 season at MLB Scouting Bureau Tryouts, Major Tournaments, the Canada Cup, and Provincial Roster Selection Camps. There will also be a series of Invitational Final Evaluation Camps in July and August.

Interested players should contact the Blue Jays Baseball Academy at baseball.academy@bluejays.com or 416-341-2500.

Tickets

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, August 22.

Player Roster

The first ten roster spots for each team have been announced.

Coaching Staff

The coaching staff for the 2014 Tournament 12 has been announced.

News

Read all the news about Tournament 12.

Schedule

Workout day is September 16. Tournament play goes from September 17 to September 20.

Scout Package

There is no better way for Pro Scouts and College Recruiters to experience Tournament 12!

Toronto Blue Jays are proud supporters of Amateur Baseball across Canada