Ottawa Champions

App allows fans to compete against one another in a virtual game of hitting and catching between innings
Deal gives Molson Coors exclusive rights on beer sales in the stadium.
A speed pitch contest at a ballpark might conjure up thoughts of 98-mile-per-hour fastballs, but pitches of a different kind were delivered earlier this week at Raymond Grant Chabot Thornto
Some things appear to be impossible, others just highly implausible. But making baseball work in Ottawa?
A local tech firm is hoping a new deal with the Ottawa Champions baseball team will create opportunities with other local sports franchises and help it come full circle.
The city is hoping to land a theme park or other large-scale tourist attraction and is eyeing a home for major sports organizations as part of its economic development strategy, a new rep
With the regular season coming to a close and the team in the thick of a playoff race, the Ottawa Champions drew their 100,000th fan to Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park over the weekend.
With the days of Jetform Park long gone, the Ottawa Champions announced on Thursday the naming rights for the Ottawa Stadium will go to
With opening day four months away, Ottawa’s latest professional baseball team announced new local partnerships Wednesday for its bats and its beer.
Ottawa’s latest pro baseball team is using an iconic piece of the city’s skyline as a key part of its logo design.