Announcement - Baseball BC Releases Female Development Manual for Associations

February 6, 2020

We are excited to release a manual designed to recruit & retain girls & women in baseball and sport.  This manual is FREE & available to any association or individual interested in growing baseball by introducing all-girl teams and events in their association.   Click here for direct link to manual and get more females involved.

Also, as part of Baseball BC's Girl's grassroots programming comes a full set of practice plans for 7U, 10U & 12U.  So, once your girl's are ready to hit the field,
6-8 weeks plans can be seen directly by click HERE

And, we're celebrating our 3rd season of the BC Girls Baseball Instructional League's throughout the province by leading off with a Free FUN Festival of baseball for girls of all abilities this Saturday morning at BC Minor's Coach Conference.  Then, on deck is a new Pre-Season Development Series beginning Feb. 13th for all girls 6-12 yrs old.  All BC Girl's Baseball programming is led by BC's finest coaches & mentors, of which many are players & coaches with Team Canada.  More information on girls baseball, including the festival, development series & league registrations can be found by clicking HERE

Please inform your association presidents, player development directors, coordinators, &/or anyone interested in helping with girls baseball and of course, feel free to share on social media feeds...

Thank you & we look forward to helping your association(s) grow...!!

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What is LTAD?

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete. 


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