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Jays Care Foundation funding to improve irrigation at St. Marys Hall of Fame fields

Saskatchewan field also gets helping hand from Jays


May 13, 2021
By Turf & Rec

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More Canadian baseball diamonds stand to benefit from the financial backing of the Toronto Blue Jays’ charitable arm. The four diamonds at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Marys, Ont. are to receive upgrades to coincide with the anticipated start of the 2021 season. Along with funding from St. Marys Minor Baseball and the town itself, a total of $93,000 is being earmarked for such improvements as irrigation, new bullpens, backstops and bleachers.

To read the full story from the Stratford Beacon Herald, click here.

Moosomin, Sask. is one of two Western Canadian communities to get an assist from the Jays Care Foundation. A $15,000 grant will be used toward irrigation at the “Mini Jays Complex.” Two diamonds will benefit from the irrigation project.

To read the full story from CTV News, click here.

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