State Report: Canada

Scouts aren't always sure how to judge Canadian high school prospects when they play local competition, so the Canadian junior national team is an important crucible for most of the best prospects in the country. Baseball Canada does a great job sending the junior team south during the spring, playing quality junior-college and professional competition with wood bats. British Columbia, which has produced the likes of Jason Bay, Jeff Francis and Justin Morneau, is typically the hottest province for Canadian talent, but this year it looks like it's Ontario.

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