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Terriers Trio Now Joins JNT
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, March 15, 2019
After a week of Spring Training in the Florida sun with the Terriers, Elijha Hammill, Austin Gomm and Connor O'Halloran will now join Team Canada for ten more days of practices and games.

Elijha and Austin are both slick infielders that have well above average actions on the inner diamond. 

They possess plus arms, can run and impact the baseball with tremendous authority at the plate. As part of his repertoire, Elijha is also a switch hitter. 


Connor pitched the 16u Terriers to the PBLO play-off championship last summer and added a gold medal to his trophy case when he helped Ontario to the title at the Canada Cup National Championship in New Brunswick.

Austin was also a member of that Ontario team and he was named the tournament's Top Hitter. 


In addition to their baseball abilities, all three of these young men are mature, accountable and are tremendous team mates. 


The Junior National Team will compete against ‎MLB spring training rosters such as the New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Baltimore Orioles, Detroit Tigers and the Toronto Blue Jays. 


Team Canada will return to Florida ( West Palm Beach) in April for additional work outs and games against extended spring training rosters from the Washington Nationals, New York Mets, St. Louis Cardinals and the Houston Astros. 


May brings the annual trip to the Dominican Republic‎ to compete against MLB Pro Academies on the island. 

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