All divisions start in May, as soon as the fields are released from the city. Coaches will be in touch with the start date, but please assume the first week in May, barring no weather issues. JR House League (JR/SR T-ball and coach pitch) wraps up the second Saturday in July with a Day of Champions. All other division end between the last week of July and early August, depending on the number of children that have registered and teams/division.
All players, no matter the division or gender, require their own helmet, glove and athletic supporter. The need for baseball shoes is a matter of personal opinion and not really needed at the lower levels. Metal cleats are only allowed at the Bantam level and higher for travel baseball. Houseleague uniforms are included in the registration costs and includes a cap and shirt. Grey baseball pants are recommended but not required.
Bats are provided at all levels of houseleague and purchasing your own is a matter of personal opinion.
In the Bantam/Midget Houseleague program, bats used must meet the following specifications:
Schedules are available by clicking on the division
JR. T-BALLFor: 5 year olds - Born 2013
Scheduled Day: Saturday Mornings 9:30
Locations: Studiman/Trico Park, Elgin St. School, St. Augustine School and Willard Park
Registration Fee: $80
Jr. T-ball is designed to introduce the basic skills of baseball throwing, catching and hitting. Children will learn all the basics through drills designed for this age group to help in their development as they move on to the next levels of baseball.
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SENIOR T-BALLFor: 5 and 6 year olds - Born 2012 - 2013
Scheduled Days: Tuesday and Thursdays nights 6:15
Registration Fee: $100
T-Ball falls under the Baseball Canada Rally Cap Program (along with Coach Pitch). Three teams are assigned to the field. While two teams are playing a half inning, the third team is in the field practicing specific (fun!) drills to work on skills such as fielding, throwing, catching, batting, etc. Once the half inning is finished, the teams rotate with the team that was working on skills coming in to play and one of the teams playing going out to work on skills. The games last a total of 75 minutes and typically consist of teams playing three innings and working on three separate drills. T-Ball is for players aged 5 and 6 and is usually played for one season. Players are evaluated mid and end of season and are given report cards and new hats if they meet the skills requirements. Once players are ready to hit without a tee they move up to Coach Pitch.
COACH PITCHFor: 7 and 8 year olds - Born 2010 - 2011
Scheduled Days: Mondays and Wednesday nights 6:15
Registration Fee: $160
Coach Pitch falls under the Baseball Canada Rally Cap Program (along with T-Ball).
Three teams are assigned to the field. While two teams are playing a half inning, the third team is in the field practicing specific (fun!) drills to work on skills such as fielding, throwing, catching, batting, sliding, etc. Once the half inning is finished, the teams rotate with the team that was working on skills coming in to play and one of the teams playing going out to work on skills. The games last a maximum of 90 minutes and typically consist of teams playing three to four innings and working on three separate drills. Coach Pitch is designed to be a two-year program with players evaluated twice each year and given report cards and new caps if they meet the skills requirements of their level. Coach Pitch players are ages 7 and 8. Once players are ready to hit balls thrown by a pitching machine, they move up to Rookie Ball.
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ROOKIE BALLFor: 8 and 9 year olds - Born 2009 - 2010
Scheduled Days: Tuesdays and Thursday nights 6:15
Locations: Preston Legion Park, Waterworks 2, Churchill Park 3
Registration Fee: $180
Rookie Ball is the player’s first experience with “real” baseball. Games are played for 2 hours with teams taking at-bats and outs which include the presence of an umpire and the use of a pitching machine. Players learn the nuts and bolts of the game in a hands-on fashion playing innings and keeping score. Players in Rookie Ball are typically ages 8 and 9.
MOSQUITOFor: 10 and 11 year olds - Born 2007 - 2008
Scheduled Days: Monday and Wednesday nights 6:15
Registration Fee: $220
Mosquito gives players a taste of the true game of baseball including having opponent pitchers. Players are encouraged to try out all positions through the season and develop good all-around player skills. Mosquito players are ages 10 and 11.
For: 12 to 13 year olds - Born 2005 - 2006
Scheduled Days: Tuesday and Thursday nights 6:15
Locations: Churchill Park 1 and 2
Registration Fee: $240
Peewee players typically begin to discover their ideal playing positions and develop their skills in that area. In preparation for Bantam and Midget play, rules of baseball are reinforced through on-field playing time and practices. Peewee is geared towards players ages 12 and 13.
BANTAM / MIDGETFor: 14 to 18 year olds - Bantam Born 2003-2004 and Midget Born 2000 - 2002
Registration Fee: $260
Bantam/Midget players experience true baseball with none of the restrictions imposed at the lower levels. Unlimited stealing is allowed. The Bantam/Midget division encompasses players age 14 through 18, with the age groups evenly distributed across all teams within the division. Adults born 1997 or earlier are not eligible to play in CMBA.Players are encouraged to learn from each other and strive to continually improve their game skills.
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