Fall ball is typically more casual than the spring or summer seasons. We hope this will encourage more players with little or no experience to join in and see if they like it. For the more experienced players, it provides the opportunity for more games, more fun.
We understand that many kids will be also starting other sports (e.g., hockey, soccer) in September. We will do our best to accommodate conflicts by having larger team rosters.
The season will begin in mid-September with games beginning the week of September 10th. You should expect one optional practice and either one or two games per week. The season will run until October 19th.
Mosquito (2008 and 2009 born players)
There will be no fall ball team for the Mosquito division (2008 and 2009) but we are looking to put together a development team over the course of the same six week period with emphasis on developing basic skills. Watch for a separate registration for Mosquito.
Congratulations to the 9U (2009s) teams for a great summer season.
Do you know a coach, player or volunteer who you feel has gone beyond the call of duty? Someone who has been an inspiration to you or the players?
We are looking for stories (with photo) to share on our website to acknowledge our volunteers and players.
We are also looking for stories from new coaches who were maybe reluctant or unsure of their abilities who are having fun and would recommend coaching to others.
Please send your stories with a photo of the person to email@example.com.
If you don't have a photo, we will try to get one.
They are going to think Coach Steve is a very good coach ... (a true story with names changed)
Michael was extra sensitive to some of his teammates comments at Sunday’s game and decided again he wasn’t going to play baseball next year. You know he struggles with confidence. That’s not the cute part. Lol. Any way he FaceTimed me in Toronto and said he didn’t want to go to evaluations. I told him it was mandatory and of course he wondered why. So I lied to him. I told him the league wanted to evaluate Coach Steve's coaching abilities. So he had to go out and show them everything Coach Steve had taught him from the start of the season. He went and Trevor said he was so proud of him. I called to say good night and ask him how it went. He said they are going to think Coach Steve is a very good coach. I showed my ready position, I charged the ball and I hit the ball really hard (with no flossing) Coach Steve would be happy. It’s awesome to see my boy grow on the ball field. We are forever indebted to Steve for all his knowledge, patience and guidance on the ball field!! And to Billy also for being a great teammate and leader! Now if only I could get him to ignore the nay sayers (because we both know they are never going to go away!!
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