Japanese baseball teams hitting big on the Gold Coast

A Japanese masters baseball squad is hoping for gold at the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games at Surfers Paradise Baseball Club in Benowa.

Guam returns for the gold

Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games originals, the Guam Masters Baseball Club, are hoping to relive some past glories at this year’s event.

Gold Diggers find diamonds on the Gold Coast

The first day of baseball competition saw players come from all over Australia to form The Vipers while The Essendon Golddiggers played in tribute to their teammate tragically killed in a shooting in the USA in 2013.

First-time masters competitors take home bronze

The H & G Bartley Rams have turned up to compete in their first ever Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games and surprised everyone with their bronze medal win. The team is made up of majority players from Adelaide with a couple of players flying in from New Zealand.

Batting for a good cause

Proving that sport isn’t always about winning, the Southern Star baseball team from New South Wales are swinging their bats for more than medals, as they raise over $700 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Japanese team are pitch perfect and getting into the swing of things

The furthest away from home on the baseball diamond at this year’s Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games, is most certainly the Indigo Baseball team, swinging in all the way from Japan.

Mal is the ace of Adelaide baseball team

20 years on and the Adelaide Ace baseball team’s founder, Mal Sporne, is still capturing the competition’s heart with his good spirit and attitude. Sporne founded the Adelaide Ace’s in 1993 and since then the club has grown as they roam the globe, gaining praise and friends internationally.

Guam gunning for gold

Guam’s baseball team is back again and this time competing in the over 50’s division for Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games. After claiming silver in 2012 the team are ready to take home the gold medal.

Guam baseballer shows off his lethal arm

Despite living more than 4,000 kilometres from Australia, John Halloran from the small island of Guam has not missed a Pan Pacific Masters Games (3 – 11 November) and was once again pitching at the Surfers Paradise Baseball Club today. …

Who’s on first? Commonwealth Games boss!

After hitting the Gold Coast’s 2018 Commonwealth Games bid for a home-run last year, the CEO of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation Mark Peters has focused his attention on hitting his own on the Surfers Paradise Baseball Club …