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Canada A's

Canada A's
League California Winter League
Location Palm Springs, California
Ballpark Palm Springs Stadium
Year founded 2009
League championships 0
Division championships 0
Former name(s)
  • Canada A's (2010–present)
  • Team Canada (2009)
Former league(s)
Former ballparks
Colors Crimson & White
Ownership California Winter League
Manager TBA
General Manager TBA
Media The Desert Sun (newspaper)
KPSI-AM 920 (Radio)
KRP Broadcasting (internet)
Website .com.californiawinterleaguewww

The Canada A's are a future independent professional baseball team representing Canada (and Cathedral City, California) that will be based in Palm Springs, California as a part of the new California Winter League. They will play their games in a short-season schedule from January to February at Palm Springs Stadium along with the Palm Springs Chill, Coachella Valley Snowbirds and Palm Desert Coyotes.

They started as Team Canada in the rival Arizona Winter League, a short-season instructional winter league affiliated with the Golden Baseball League and played in the International Division. But they were reported to have left the AWL and joined the CWL as the Canada A's. The team will remain the "A's" but may adopt the "Cat" moniker based on Cathedral city.

Year-By-Year Records

Arizona Winter League:
Season W L Win % Place Playoff
2009 8 12 .400 3rd, International Division Did not qualify.
California Winter League:
Season W L Win % Place Playoff
2010 Coming Soon.

External links

  • California Winter League official website
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