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Halifax Pelham Canadians

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Halifax Pelham Canadians

The Halifax Pelham Canadians are a baseball team in the Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League. They play in Halifax, Nova Scotia at the Mainland North Commons.

Halifax Pelham Canadians
League Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League
Based in Halifax
Ballpark Mainland North Commons
Owner(s) Pelham Electric Ltd.
Head coach Mark Pelham, Ryan Veinot, Mark Haverstock
Championships 3 (2011, 2008, 1992)
Website Halifax Pelham Canadians

See also

Roster - 2014 Season

Ryan Veinot - SS/P Paul Davie - OF Adam Lucas - 2B Shawn Peveril - 1B Jake Pelham - OF Josh Pelham - 3B Patty Gilbert - OF/ IF Scott WillGress - DH/OF Shawn Walsh - C Brandon Devlin - OF Stephen Murphy - INF Aaron Ferguson - INF/ P Tyler Fancy - C Mark Haverstock - P - Head Coach Craig Field - P Brandon MacKinnon - P Barrett Bellfontaine - P Jarrett Timmons - P/DH/1B Joey Cavadini - P David Keeping - P

External links

  • Halifax Pelham Canadians on eteams.com
  • Halifax Pelham Canadians on metronews.ca


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