UBC Thunderbird Baseball Fan Page
Home Baseball Links
Links to webmaster-approved sites about college and pro baseball. Note that there is a separate category for UBC’s Region I opponents.
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|1|| Official UBC Athletics baseball site|
Go here to find the roster, schedules, game results, and news items.
|2|| UBC Baseball|
Another official site, with information on recruiting, the Friends of Thunderbird Baseball, and facilities.
|3|| Notes from the Nat|
Vancouver Canadians fan blog. Lots of material: news of interest, game recaps, and player biographies.
|4|| The College Baseball Blog|
Edited by Brian Foley. Extensive coverage.
|5|| College Baseball Today|
Extensive Division I coverage by Eric Sorenson
|6|| World Baseball Challenge|
A tournament in Prince George July 16-26. The field includes a Team Canada coached by Terry McKaig.
|7|| Road Kill Sports Blog|
Blog about the Vancouver sports scene, opinions about baseball in general
|8|| National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics|
The people who set the rules and run the post-season tournaments.
|9|| CubaBall Tours|
Baseball-oriented tours of Cuba, including the Cuban National Series playoffs. Organized by Vancouver teacher (and former Vancouver Mountie) Kit Krieger.
|10|| Victory Sports Network – Baseball|
Fan site for NAIA baseball. Includes a forum, with plenty of material about UBC, Lewis-Clark State, and Albertson. The site is run by Chip Dannelly, who hosts a daily radio program, “The Association”.
|11|| Point Loma Nazarene fan site|
Includes video clips, pictures
|12||West Coast League||1002|
|13|| Western Major Baseball League|
A summer league in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
|14|| Canadian College Baseball Conference|
Competitive junior college circuit
|16|| Boyd’s World|
NCAA Division I-centric commentary on college baseball. Boyd is big on statistical analysis of college baseball. This site is the home of the Iterative Strength Rating (ISR).
|17|| Vancouver Canadians Official Site|
Nat Bailey Stadium’s other tenant. A single-A farm club of the Oakland A’s. Rich Harden had a brief stint with them in 2002.
|18|| Victoria Seals|
BC’s second professional team, in the independent Golden League. They play their home games at Royal Athletic Park. The first one is May 29, vs. Long Beach.
|19|| Seattle Mariners Official Site|
|20|| Douglas College Royals|
Douglas College competes in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges, a Washington/Oregon/Idaho-based league.