September 28 – Tournament 12 instantly made an impact on one Canadian baseball player. The Blue Jays announced on Saturday that they agreed to a deal with right-hander Andrew Case of Saint John, New Brunswick.
September 24 – The Cinderella story is complete. The Maritimes – an underdog team comprised of players from three Eastern Canadian provinces – pulled off a number of unlikely victories and left Toronto as the last team standing at the inaugural Tournament 12.
September 24 – If Gareth Morgan makes good on his potential, there's no telling just how much upside Canada's top prospect has.
September 23 – The Futures-Navy team at the Tournament 12 showcase at Rogers Centre may have been the youngest of 10 squads, but a number of players turned some heads during their four games.
September 22 – Maritimes-Grey became the first team to clinch a spot in the Tournament 12 semifinals by winning both of their games Sunday at Rogers Centre to improve to 3-0.
September 22 – The Tournament 12 showcase at Rogers Centre is filled with Canada's best young baseball talent, but when it comes to those who are eligible for the 2015 First-Year Player Draft, there are two who have already separated themselves from the pack.
September 21 – The first day of Tournament 12 games was highlighted by the offensive display of Ontario-Maroon third baseman Robert Byckowski and a number of fantastic pitching performances Saturday at Rogers Centre.
September 21 – When it comes to amateur baseball in Canada, the Blue Jays are doing things the right way.
September 20 – The five-day long Tournament 12 showcase, presented by New Era, began Friday at Rogers Centre with a player-evaluation workout in front of a large presence of scouts.
September 13 – Roberto Alomar's career began the same way he's hoping some of the 220 teenagers at Tournament 12 will begin theirs.