Bahamas PM Appoints New Senators

Above: Senator Jerome Gomez By the Caribbean Journal staff Bahamian Prime Minister Perry Christie has appointed seven new senators in what is being called the youngest-ever group appointed to the Bahamian Senate. Christie announced the appointment of Frank Smith, Gregory […]


US Virgin Islands Governor Signs Agreement for New St Croix Soccer Facility

By the Caribbean Journal staff US Virgin Islands Governor John de Jongh has signed an agreement with the USVI Soccer Federation for the development of a new soccer facility in St Croix. The facility, which will include bleachers, a concession […]


Major League Baseball, Dominican Republic Sign Deal on Athlete Education

Above: the signing of the agreement (Photo: CIG) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dominican Republic’s Ministry of Labour, Major League Baseball and two other agencies have signed an agreement on vocational training and youth employment in the country’s baseball […]


Bahamas Opens New National Stadium

Above: the opening ceremony of the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium (BIS Photo/Derek Smith and Patrick Hanna) The Bahamas has officially opened its new 15,000-seat national stadium. The Thomas A Robinson National Stadium is the culmination of a two-year project […]

US Virgin Islands Signs Agreement on St Croix Baseball Stadium Project

Above: US Virgin Islands Governor John de Jongh (Photo: OG) By the Caribbean Journal staff The US Virgin Islands has entered into an agreement with developers to build a multi-million dollar sports complex at the Paul E Joseph stadium in […]

Jamaica Breaks Ground on Baseball Field

Above: GC Foster College By the Caribbean Journal staff As part of an effort to derive more income from sports in Jamaica, the country has now broken ground on its first international, standardized baseball field at the GC Foster College […]

Caribbean Video

Baseball, Bahamian Style

The islands of the Bahamas could be the next great source of prospects for Major League Baseball, with the country turning baseball into a potentially fruitful sport. Caribbean Journal takes a look at the growing popularity of baseball in the […]

Talking Baseball with Lynden Pindling III

Above: Lynden Pindling III (Photo: Rhodes College Athletics) By Alexander Britell It seems the Bahamas’ Pindling family is accustomed to charting new territory. Sir Lynden Pindling was the first Prime Minister of the Bahamas, and largely regarded as a national […]

Bahamian AG Drops Charges against American Baseball Player Garrett Wittels

Garrett Wittels (FIU Photo/Samuel Lewis) The Bahamian Attorney General dropped rape charges on American collegiate baseball player Garrett Wittels, according to his attorney, Richard Sharpstein. “It’s over,” Sharpstein said. “The fact lady has sung in the Bahamas.” The attorney general […]


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