Girls Baseball


Girls FREE "Come Try Baseball" Development Series

Whether you play baseball or just want to try for the first time, come out Monday evenings with other like minded girls to have fun & sharpen your skills.  Practices are lead by Director of Player Development & former elementary school teacher Al Forman, and often provincial & national players are there mentoring the girls as well.  So, if you like FUN & want to give it a try or challenge your skills, development sessions are Monday's 6pm in Burnaby at Kensington Park (No sessions on holiday's - Victoria Day May 21, BC Day August 6)

BC Girls Baseball 2018 Instructional League

For the first time ever, Baseball BC is proud to offer an all-girls instructional league in the Lower Mainland.  Girls aged 8-12 will have the chance to work with female mentors and coaches as they develop baseball skills and play with and against other like-minded girls.  The league will run on Saturday afternoons 1pm in Surrey at Holly Park & Lionel Courchene Park (minutes apart) through the spring/summer for 7-9 weeks beginning May 26th.  The players will enjoy time to learn the game of baseball and develop skills and then participate in games against each other.  This will be a unique experience for any young player to participate in whether or not they are playing in a league already. 
Over the course of the development sessions, our trained mentors and coaches (many who have Women's Team Canada experience) will build confidence, promote inclusivity, and provide a fun environment for new and experienced players alike.  Whether your daughter has played since t-ball, or she just wants to try out a new sport, get her out to this new league!  Sport is so important to girls' healthy development, and we recognize the importance of giving these young players a safe place to further develop their physical literacy and stay active.  
It's also time to recognize that not every young female ball-player wants to be pushed into softball.  Although a great game, it is just different.  Baseball is as different from softball as hockey is from ringette.  With more opportunities presenting themselves for the female hardball player, we encourage you to join this league and witness the movement for yourself.  We welcome all skill levels, and require no previous baseball or sport experience.  All we ask you bring is a ball glove, a helmet, a smile, and a desire to learn. 
Maybe you already play on a team in a boy’s league, that's ok, play in the BC Girls Baseball Instructional League too.  Opening day is Saturday May 26, 2018 1pm at Holly Park in Surrey; detailed schedule will soon be confirmed & posted for your planning purposes.

REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE BC Girls Baseball Instructional League

Please contact Baseball BC (604-586-3315) or Stacy Fournier (info below) with any questions.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Stacy Fournier
Manager of Operations - Girls Instructional League 

Head Coach - 14U Team BC Selects 
778-558-6723
stacy.fournier22@gmail.com

 

Girl’s Day Festivals

Baseball BC is excited to partner with local baseball association to bring you Fun Girl's Day Festivals.  Girls of all ages will have the chance to work with female mentors and coaches as they develop baseball skills and play with and against other like-minded girls. The girl's will enjoy the time learning the game of baseball and developing skills.  This will be a unique experience for any young player to participate in whether or not they are playing in a league already.  Our trained mentors and coaches (many with Women’s Team Canada experience) will build confidence, promote inclusivity, and provide a fun environment for new and experienced players alike.  Whether your daughter has played since t-ball, or she just wants to try out a new sport, get her out to this event!  Sport is so important to girls' healthy development, and we recognize the importance of giving these young players a safe place to further develop their physical literacy and stay active.  
It's also time to recognize that not every young female ball-player wants to be pushed into softball.  Although a great game, it is just different.  Baseball is as different from softball as hockey is from ringette.  With more opportunities presenting themselves for the female baseball player, we encourage you to register and witness the movement for yourself.  We welcome all skill levels, and require no previous sport experience.  All we ask you bring is a ball glove, a smile, and a willingness to have FUN. 

 

So, come out and try baseball!  We are excited to host these festivals throughout BC.  No cost to attend, registration is required.  Registration now by clicking on a date & location best for you.

 

If your association is interested in hosting a Girls Day Festival, call Baseball BC at 604-586-3315 to arrange a date.

 

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Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)

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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James Paxton

Current MLB Team: Seattle Mariners
Hometown: Richmond, BC

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