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List of baseball teams in Canada

The following is a list of currently active professional or semi-professional baseball teams in Canada. It includes the league(s) they play for, and championships won.

Major League Baseball

American League

Team City Established AL East Titles American League Pennants World Series Titles Notes
Toronto Blue Jays Toronto, Ontario 1977 5 2 2

Minor League Baseball

Northwest League (Short-A)

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Vancouver Canadians Vancouver, British Columbia 2000 3

Independent Baseball

American Association

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Winnipeg Goldeyes Winnipeg, Manitoba 1994 1 Moved from the Northern League on October 14, 2010
Won 1 Northern League Championship
Won 1 American Association Championship (2012)

Can-Am League

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Ottawa Champions Ottawa, Ontario 2015 0
Quebec Capitales Quebec City, Quebec 1999 5 Northeast League 1999-04
Trois-Rivières Aigles Trois-Rivières, Quebec 2013 0

Semi-professional

Intercounty Baseball League

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Barrie Baycats Barrie, Ontario 2001 1
Brantford Red Sox Brantford, Ontario 1911 9
Guelph Royals Guelph, Ontario 1919 8 (Will not play in the 2011 season)
Hamilton Thunderbirds Hamilton, Ontario 2005 1 formerly as the Hamilton Beavers (1958–1962) and Hamilton Cardinals (1960–2004)
Kitchener Panthers Kitchener, Ontario 1919 12
London Majors London, Ontario 1925 9
Burlington Bandits Burlington, Ontario 2012 0 formerly as the Mississauga Twins (2009-2011) and Burlington Twins (2011-2012)
Ottawa Fat Cats Ottawa, Ontario 2010 0 (did not play in the 2013 season; not scheduled to play in 2014)
Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto, Ontario 1968 7

College summer league

Northwoods League

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Thunder Bay Border Cats Thunder Bay, Ontario 2003 1

Pacific International League

Team City Established League Titles Notes
B. C. Ballers Langley, British Columbia 2007 ?? team folded
Nanaimo Coalminers Nanaimo, British Columbia ? ?
Coquitlam Angels Coquitlam, British Columbia ? ?
Burnaby Bulldogs Burnaby, British Columbia 1976 ?
Langley Sr Blaze Langley, British Columbia 2010 ?
Kelowna Jays Kelowna, British Columbia ? ?
Kamloops Sundevils Kamloops, British Columbia ? ?

Western Major Baseball League

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Edmonton Prospects Edmonton, Alberta 2006 0
Lethbridge Bulls Lethbridge, Alberta 1999 0
Medicine Hat Mavericks Medicine Hat, Alberta 2003 1
Melville Millionaires Melville, Saskatchewan 1901 1/2
Moose Jaw Miller Express Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan 1969 1/2
Okotoks Dawgs Okotoks, Alberta 2004 4 Known as Calgary Dawgs 2003-05, leave of absence in 2006 while building Seaman Stadium in Okotoks, AB
Regina Red Sox Regina, Saskatchewan 2005 1
Swift Current Indians Swift Current, Saskatchewan 1950 4
Weyburn Beavers Weyburn, Saskatchewan 1969 0
Yorkton Cardinals Yorkton, Saskatchewan 2004 0

West Coast Collegiate Baseball League

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Kelowna Falcons Kelowna, British Columbia 2000 0
Victoria HarbourCats Victoria, British Columbia 2013 0

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