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Eh Team Vancouver is gearing up for its 21st season of competitive slo-pitch.
The roster is starting to take shape and planning for the upcoming season of local tournaments is well underway as the Eh Team gets set to defend another title at the 37th annual Advertising Softball World Series, which will be held Sept. 29 to Oct. 3, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Langley – March 23/34
The Eh Team opened its new season on the March 23/24 weekend at the Ice Breaker tournament in Langley.
After an 0-3 round robin on Saturday, the bats came alive and the defence was sound as Eh Team picked up three wins on Sunday to win its division.
Weekend MVPs were Paul and Courtney.
Up next is a return trip to Langley for another Ice Breaker tournament the weekend of April 6/7.

Langley – April 6/7
The Eh Team returned to Langley for another early season Ice Breaker tournament.
A slightly different squad was out with the Eh Team going 1-2 in Saturday round robin action.
Sunday was a different story, with three impressive wins and the second division tournament win of the season.
MVPs were Niki and JC.
Up next is a trip to Abbotsford for a tournament over the May 25th weekend.

Abbotsford – May 25/26
The Eh Team headed out to Abbotsford for a rainy weekend in late May.
After playing one round robin game on Saturday, the day was called due to poor field conditions.
All teams were awarded a tie in its second round robin game and a third round robin game was played on Sunday morning, which Eh Team won to finish 1-1-1 in round robin play.
The first playoff game saw a pitchers’ duel with little offence with Eh Team losing 4-3 ending the tournament.
MVPs – Courtney and Paul

VCS Mid-Season – Riverway – Burnaby – June 22/23
The Eh Team was in familiar territory playing at its home field for the VCS League Mid-season tournament.
After a 1-2 round robin on Saturday, Eh Team won its first playoff game Sunday in the double knock-out event.
But the bats were quiet in the next two games with Eh Team losing 11-9 and 14-7 ending the weekend.
MVPs: Carri and Mac



The Advertising Softball World Series – 2018 – Orlando

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It was another memorable week for Eh Team Vancouver at the 2018 Advertising Softball World Series.

This year’s edition, the 36th annual (Sept. 30 to Oct. 4) in Orlando, Fla., brought together teams from Dallas, New York, Chicago, Detroit, London and Vancouver for a week of softball, parties, great times and memories.

This year also marked the 20th anniversary of Eh Team Vancouver, who joins with Chicago Bad Apples as the two longest continuing franchises at the Ad World Series.

Eh Team Vancouver brought a veteran squad to Orlando this year and for the first time since it’s opening tournament appearance in 1999, no rookies were on the squad.

Eh Team opened up day one of the tournament with a 12-8 loss to Who Cares?!

They rebounded with wins over WTF Happened (16-5), Menace 2 Sobriety (10-8) and Shenanigans (28-6) to finish the day at 3-1, including a 3-0 start in division play.

Day two brought about more of the same – an opening game loss – followed by three wins.

Eh Team lost 11-5 to Motor City Chaos, beat Chicago Bad Apples ins a walk-off thriller 7-6, beat New York Cocktails – Brew Crew 12-1 and Thundercats from Jersey U.K. 18-2. Eh Team sat with an overall record of 6-2 and 6-1 in division.

On day three and the final day of competition, Eh Team once again dropped its first game of the day, then reeled off three-straight wins.

The opener was an 11-10 loss to New York Cocktails – Booze Crew, the eventual division one champions. Wins over Cocktails Brew Crew (19-6), Shenanigans (26-4) and WTF Happened (14-4) pushed Eh Team’s record to an impressive 9-3 overall and 9-1 in division.

The record resulted in a division championship and another city title for Eh Team, its first division title since 2015 and first city title since 2013.

See more photos below and in our gallery section from this year’s tournament.

World Series awards:

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Team MVPs: John Gledstone and Carri Ellison


Coaches Bill Rough and Andrew McLaughlin with team MVPs John and Carri


Eh Team celebrates its division title


Eh Team celebrates its city title


Coaches Andrew McLaughlin and Bill Rough with the division championship

Eh Team award


Bill Rough (left) and Ian Jacques (right) welcome Andrew McLaughlin into the Igloo of Fame

The Advertising Softball World Series 2017 – Myrtle Beach


The Eh Team has returned from the 35th annual Ad Softball World Series.
The Eh Team finished with an overall record of 10-15 with Team Hayes finishing at 6-6 and Team Drew at 4-9.
See our gallery section for photos from the tournament.
Below you will see more photos of our award winners:


Ian Jacques and Carri Ellison were both inducted into the Softball World Series Hall of Fame. Eh Team Vancouver now has six members in the Hall: Ron Jacques, Tom Shipman, Bill Rough, Helen Fisher, Carri Ellison and Ian Jacques.


Team Hayes MVPs Carri Ellison and Ryan Scott with coach Ian Jacques.


Team Drew MVPs Elisa Lok and Fraser MacKinnon with coaches Andrew McLaughlin and Bill Rough.

14th annual Field of Dreams


Reletless - A-division

Relentless – A-Division Champions

A little rain on Sunday, (OK, more than a little) didn’t put a damper on what was a highly-successful 14th annual Field of Dreams Slo-pitch Classic presented by Eh Team Vancouver and the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club.
The 48-team tournament saw lots of great round-robin games and an equally good playoff round Sunday.
Eh Team Vancouver wishes to thank all the teams for their support, Fireball for some great swag and the Vancouver Canadians who, through their generous support, allows us to host the top slo-pitch tournament in the Lower Mainland at Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium.

Playoff results:
A Champions: Relentless over Soul Crush
A Consolation: Bayside Tigers over Off Constantly
B Champions: D I K over Shockers
B Consolation: Aces over Son’s of Pitches
C Champions: Homers over Moonrakers
C Consolation: Bat Intentions over Kaos
D Champions: Tailgators over KHawks
D Consolation: Team Amigos over Bats Outta Hell
E Champions: One Night Slams over The Sandlot 2
E Consolation: Angels over TGL
F Champions: Where’s Waller over Fireballz
F Consolation: L & A Tigercats over Beer Pressure

DIK- B-division

DIK – B-Division Champions

Tailgators - D division

Tailgaters – D-Division Champions

One Out Slams - E-division


One Night Slams – E-Division Champions

Where's Waller - F division

Where’s Waller – F-Division Champions

Andrew Pereman Memorial Slo-Pitch Tournament


The 2017 edition of the Andrew Pereman Memorial was a huge success with 16 teams battling it out in Squamish.
It was fitting that Team 95 and Drivers from Squamish ended up in the A-side final won 11-9 by Team 95.
Crows won the B-side beating Trolls in the final while Radicals bested Balls in the C-finals.

Welcome to 2017!


Eh Team Vancouver having fun poolside at the 2016 Advertising Softball World Series in Tucson with some of our friends from Ireland!

The 2017 softball season is here!
Eh Team Vancouver will be embarking on its 19th season with tournaments starting in late March culminating in the 35th annual Advertising Softball World Series in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Oct. 1 to 5!

2016 Advertising Softball World Series

Eh Team combined

The 2016 Advertising Softball World Series, held in Tucson, Arizona, marked a year of transition for Eh Team Vancouver with several of the core management team not attending for various reasons and a new management team taking over. The team also featured 10 rookies between Eh Team Drew and Eh Team Hayes.
With smaller rosters, both teams would be in tough competing against strong division opponents, but the squad put in a great performance.
Team Drew finished with an overall record of 5-3 and just missed out on a division championship playoff game with the eventual division champs Hazbenz from Dallas.
Team Hayes finished with an overall record of 3-5-1 with several one-run and close losses in day one and two. Overall, Eh Team Vancouver finished .500 at 8-8-1.
The tournament marked the first time that Eh Team Vancouver played against each other at the tournament with Drew winning 13-11 on day one of the tournament.
Other tournament highlights were the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, a spectacular hotel setting and one of the best in the tournament’s history; a great opening night outdoor party, jersey contest and skills event; a cool mystery party night at an off-site cattle ranch venue and some great days of ball and drinks by the pool. We want talk about the rain though!


Eh Team World Series MVPs: Corey Petalik and Loretta McLaughlin from Team Drew; Justin Robertson, MA Havas and Loreal Paus from Team Hayes.

2016 Field of Dreams Slo-Pitch Classic

Relentless - A Champs

Relentless – A-Division Champs!

Annilators - B champs

Annihilators – B-Division Champs!

Destroyers - C Champs

Destroyers – C-Division Champs!

Wreck Ball - D champs

Wreck Ball – D-Division Champs!

Tailgators - E champs

Tailgaters – E-Division Champs!

Caught Looking - F champs

Caught Looking – F-Division Champs!

The 2016 Vancouver Eh Team Field of Dreams Slo-Pitch Classic at Scotia Bank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium was another success.
Despite torrential rain on Saturday which washed out play at Nat Bailey, teams adapted and we were able to get in all the games included all the playoff finals at the Nat on Sunday.


Championship Side:

A: Relentless over Sandlot

B: Annihilators over Ballz Deep

C: Destroyers over We Look Good on Paper

D: Wreck Ball over Aces

E: Tailgators over Angels

F: Caught Looking over Hit & Run

Consolation Side:

A: Hard Bats Soft Balls over Fireballz

B: Swingers over Beer Factor

C: Booze Aroos over Deports

D: Bayside Tigers over Insoxicated

E: Bat Intentions over Master Batters

F: L & A Tigercats over Got the Runs

The Eh Team wishes to thank all the teams for taking part and for our great partnership with the Vancouver Canadians, who allow us to put on the most unique slo-pitch tournament in the Lower Mainland.

Dates are pending for the 2017 tournament so stay tuned!

2015 Advertising Softball World Series (Hollywood Beach Florida)


Eh Team Vancouver got back into the win column, picking up its 10th division championship (ninth co-ed) and first since 2013 as Team Hayes won the Division IV title at the 2015 Advertising Softball World Series in Hollywood Beach, Fla. Sept. 27 to Sept. 30.
Hayes started strong on day one of the tournament posting a 3-1 record.
Day two saw Hayes drop a pair of non-division games in the morning and rebound with a pair of wins in the afternoon to complete day two at 2-2.
Heading into day three, Hayes had a 5-3 record and was two games clear of its division opponents Menace 2 Sobriety from Dallas and Sons of Pitches from Ireland.
After a pair of wins, Hayes clinched the title, but went on to win and tie its last two games to finish the day 3-0-1 and 8-3-1 for the tournament.
Team Drew was placed in a tough Division II alongside Black Widow Harley Davidson and Toro from Calgary.
Missing several key players due to injury and other issues, the team was in tough from the start. Drew battled hard throughout the three days of competition losing several one and two run-contests finishing the tournament with a 2-10 record.
Despite the set back, Eh Team Vancouver had lots to celebrate at the wrap-up awards banquet where players Elisa Lok, Ma Havas and Loretta McLaughlin all received the Character of the Game awards joining Tom Shipman and Ian Jacques who both won the award in previous years.
Also at the annual team dinner, held on a free night during the tournament, three new members were inducted into the Igloo Hall of Fame (Team Hall of Fame): Paul and MA Havas and Loretta McLaughlin.
Teams at this year’s World Series were hosted by the brand new Margaritaville Resort, which officially opened to the public a week after the tournament.
See photos from the tournament below and in our gallery section.
See you all in 2016!


Team Hayes – Co-Ed Division Champs!


Team Hayes coaches: George Hrvacanin and Carri Ellison with the division trophy.


Team Hayes MVPs: Loreal Paus and Shaun Easson


Team Drew MVPs: Darlene Ginn and Jason (Jump) Robertson)


Character of the game inductees: MA Havas and Loretta McLaughlin with Ms Kitty!


Igloo Hall of fame inductees: MA Havs, Loretta McLaughlin and Paul Havas

2015 Field of Dreams Slo-Pitch Classic


Shameless – 2015 A-division Champs                             IMG_1437

The Moose – 2015 A-division runner-up

Trailing by as many as 10 runs at one point, Shameless battled back for a thrilling 18-17 win over The Moose in the A-event final under the lights at Nat Bailey Stadium.
Shameless scored three runs in their final at bat in a classic final at the Nat.
The Moose were a new team to this year’s Eh Team Field of Dreams Tournament and they didn’t look out of place as they knocked off last year’s A-event winners Relentless in the A-semi-final.
For Shameless it was there second title in three years and third straight trip to the A-event final.
The rain gods were not kind to the Eh Team (tournament hosts) and the 48-teams who battled it out in the six-day tournament.
The skies opened up on Saturday forcing three of the eight-scheduled games at Nat Bailey to shift to other fields.
On Sunday only three of the six division final games were played at Nat Bailey Stadium.
Other winners included:
A Consolation: Ballz Deep over Pandas
B Champs: Baxter Consulting Tigers over Tailgators
B Consolation: Angels over Villians
C Champs: Wreck Ball over Tax This
C Consolation: Highballers over Dragons
D Champs: Shockers over Beer Factor
D Consolation: Off Field over Bats Outta Hell
E Champs: Derelicts over Diamond Dancers
E Consolation: Hard Bats Soft Ballz over L & A Tigercats
F Champs: Nightcaps over Dream Catchers
F Consolation: Got the Runs over Mattingly’s Sideburns.
Eh Team Vancouver would like to thank the staff of the Vancouver Canadians for allowing us to play at Nat Bailey Stadium. Your partnership means a great deal to us. Also huge thanks to FireBall and Red Truck Beer for prize and beer sponsorship.
And finally, thanks to all the 48-teams for participating and battling through the tough weather conditions. We consider this the premier slo-pitch tournament in the Lower Mainland and it doesn’t happen without all the teams, sponsors and the Vancouver Canadians.
See you all in 2016!
Note: see more photos in our gallery section








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