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  • Casteel named Helms winner at BADAs

    GOLD COAST, 13 April - Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces catcher and Colorado Rockies import Ryan Casteel was the star of the night, capturing SAM BAT Champion Crusher honours and the hallowed Helms Award as Australian Baseball League Most Valuable Player during the 2014 Baseball Australia Diamond Awards Saturday on the Gold Coast. MORE »
  • Dale steps down as Aces manager

    MELBOURNE, 10 April - Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces manager Phil Dale has stepped down from his post, the team announced this week. Dale, the only manager in Aces history, piloted the club to 76 wins and 100 losses over four regular seasons in Melbourne. His clubs also recorded five ABL Postseason wins. MORE »
  • Bandits' Warner sidelined but ready for next step

    CLEARWATER, Florida - When Brisbane Bandits pitcher Josh Warner learned that he had a slap tear in the labrum of his pitching shoulder, he wasn't sure what that would mean for his future MORE »
  • From ABL to cricket: Rawlings signs captain Clarke

    SYDNEY, 21 March - Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc. today announced its official expansion into the sport of cricket with the signing of Michael Clarke, international cricket star and captain of Cricket Australia™, to a multi-year endorsement agreement. Clarke joins Rawlings international roster of professional athletes who play integral roles in the development of their on-field equipment and training products. MORE »
  • Opening Series bat boys hope to follow legends' path

    SYDNEY - This week's Major League Baseball Opening Series Sydney 2014 will prove to be a once in a lifetime opportunity for ten lucky kids from the New South Wales high performance program who hope to follow in the footsteps of those who came before them. MORE »
  • Aussie ump Byrne one step from MLB history

    SYDNEY - Former Australian Baseball League umpire Jon Byrne has become the first Australian to work a full spring training schedule in the US and is on the verge of becoming the first native born umpire to call a Major League Baseball game, after being named to MLB's exclusive 'call-up' list. MORE »
  • Steady climb up Jays ladder for Cavalry's Murphy

    DUNEDIN, Florida, 8 March - Canberra Cavalry catcher Jack Murphy is entering his sixth minor-league season with the Blue Jays, and has slowly worked his way up from rookie ball to a short stint with the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons last year after being selected in the 31st round of the 2009 draft out of Princeton University. MORE »
  • Get your membership to get your VIP event invite

    SYDNEY, 5 March - With the purchase or renewal of any season membership for the 2014/15 ABL fixture, you could join the ABL for a free and exclusive VIP member function prior to the MLB Opening Series game on March 23rd, featuring Australian MLB players and MLB executives. MORE »
  • After crazy offseason, Hendriks lands with Jays

    DUNEDIN, 5 March - Liam Hendriks walked into the Toronto Blue Jays clubhouse at spring training this year after an off-season filled with a flurry of life changes. MORE »
  • Third time lucky: Van Steensel back with Twins

    SYDNEY - In professional baseball, second chances are rare. Third chances rarer still. After years of hard work, Sydney Blue Sox reliever Todd Van Steensel is one of the lucky ones, and he's ready to make the most of his next opportunity. MORE »