In 2003, the Canadian Baseball League attempted to bring an all Canadian minor league system to the country for the first since the post WWII Minor League Baseball boom. It was a great concept to bring many of Canada's best ballparks together to play against one another and stretched from Ontario to British Columbia. Unfortunately the league would last just the single year and didn't even finish out the season due to poor attendance in some locations. Sadly many of these ballparks never saw professional play again after this... but for one wonderful summer, Canada came together to bring professional baseball to cities that had not seen pro ball in decades.
Trois Rivieres Saints
Royal Athletic Park II
Welland Sports Complex
Road Team-played some Home Games at Stade Amadee Roy in Sherbrooke QUE
KELOWNA British Columbia