Devon McCullough

  • Name Devon McCullough
  • Hometown Saskatoon, Sask.
  • Date of Birth September 28, 1990
  • Number 12
  • Primary Position Pitcher
  • Secondary Position Outfield
  • Bats Right
  • Throws Right

Devon McCullough had one of Canada's best junior careers and his success continues at the Men's level. In 2007, he was named Top Pitcher and Most Valuable Player of the Qualifying round at the U19 Men's Canadian Championship, earning a Bronze medal. The following year, he was named Top Pitcher once again and helped his team to a Gold medal finish before repeating as a Gold medallist at the same level in 2009, earning the Top Batter and Top Player of the Championship Round awards. In 2011, he was named MVP of the Qualifying Round at the U23 Men's Canadian Championship, and was later an All-Star selection at the 2017 Men's Canadian Championship.

While dominating at the U19 Canadian Championships, McCullough was named to the 2008 Junior Men's National Team and represented Canada at the WBSC Junior Men's World Championship where he was part of one of Canada's best pitching tandems ever at that level. McCullough went 3-2 with a 2.43 earned run average, striking out 36 batters in 25 2/3 innings, including a 2-1 heartbreaking loss in eight inning in the Gold medal game as Canada earned the Silver medal. McCullough later got a measure of personal revenge at the 2015 WBSC Men's World Championship, coming into the Championship medal game trailing 4-0 before limiting New Zealand to one hit over 4 2/3 innings of relief as Canada came back to win the Gold medal. McCullough also represented Canada at the 2017 WBSC Men's World Championship and a pair of WBSC Americas Qualifiers.

In his spare time, Devon likes to go to the lake, play other sports and snowboard. He really enjoys the fast action and competitiveness of the sport of fast pitch, and the friendships he has made throughout the years.


2007 U19 Men's Canadian Championship - Bronze
2008 WBSC Junior Men's World Championship - Silver
2008 U19 Men's Canadian Championship - Gold
2008 U19 Men's Canadian Championship - Gold
2014 WBSC Americas Qualifier - Bronze
2015 WBSC World Championship - Gold
2017 WBSC World Championship - Bronze