With over 60 years of history as our community's most important minor baseball association, it's nearly impossible to document it all. This page is a living document and we are always looking for more information. If you have any pictures, stories, or information, please reach out to us on the CONTACT US page to share.
Designed by the father-and-son Bob and Scott Ferguson, the NDG letter-lockup logo was introduced in the late 90s and remains the main NDG Baseball logo to this day.
Martin makes the Bigs
In 2006, NDG Baseball alumnus Russell Martin, who played in our association in the mid-90s, began a 14-year Major League Baseball career with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was drafted by the Montreal Expos, but never played for his home team. He also suited up for the New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates and Toronto before returning to LA to retire as a Dodger in 2019.
4 x Champions
The Lynx won four out of five categories at the Little League Quebec provincials, advancing to nationals in the minor, major, junior, and senior levels.
To the World Series
The Lynx defeated the Lethbridge Giants 16-11 in the Canadian Little League Intermediate Championship in Saint John, N.B., after falling behind 3-0 in the first inning. The Lynx, managed by Frank Martinez, finished the tournament unbeaten while outscoring their opposition 105-21. The 2015 Little League Intermediate World Series was played in Livermore, CA.
The field at Loyola 2 was re-named in honour of Lionel Geller after nearly 40 years as a volunteer and having served several terms as President of NDG Baseball.
Minor Division Provincial Champions
Les Lynx de NDG on remporté le championnat du Québec en 2018
Two titles in Verdun
The Junior and Rookie Lynx both took home the title in the Quebec LL provincials held in Verdun.
The Rookie Lynx won their second-straight Little League Quebec provincial championship. The Major Lynx were also finalists in NDGBB's last Little League tournament, this time in Rouyn-Noranda, before moving to Baseball Quebec in 2023.
NDG Baseball joined the Lac St. Louis region of Baseball Quebec.