In Honour of Baseball BC Legend Amada Asay

  • May 04, 2022

The Toronto Blue Jays will host a clinic for youth players in Nelson to honour former Team BC & National Team player Amanda Asay, who passed in a ski accident in January.

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Rally Cap has evolved and has a new national partner...

  • April 13, 2022

To discuss what a new Rally Cap session looks like, coach/parent helper responsibilities, equipment required and answer questions that you may have, Baseball Canada will be hosting a free training session for associations, coordinators, coaches on April 27th.

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2022 LMBA Umpires Wanted

  • March 21, 2022

Hope everyone has been well and looking forward to a “normal” baseball year in 2022.  The LMBA will have 26 teams looking for umpires this year – the league is divided into three age divisions – 18+, 30+, and 45+.  Although the LMBA is described as an “Adult Recreation” league, the level of play is quite competitive.  Our league offers top wages, monthly payments, and our umpires are supported with a strong disciplinary process.  If you would like to umpire in the LMBA, please contact our UIC Brad

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BC Girl's Baseball Instructional Leagues & Development Series ARE BACK

  • March 17, 2022

Baseball BC Girl's Instructional Leagues and Development Series provide a fun and safe atmosphere to learn, imporove and play the game of baseball.  Qualified coaches will teach the fundamentals and basic skills of baseball all while being with friends. Mentoring important life skills and leaving participants full of confidence is a focus...

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NCCP Clinics Now Available

  • March 09, 2022

All NCCP clinics are offered virtually now through May, be sure to check out the schedule here NCCP - BC Schedule

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30+ Players Wanted in Langley

  • March 09, 2022

The Langley Knights play in the Lower Mainland Baseball Association’s 30+ Division.  They are looking for a few players to fill out their roster.  Please check the LMBA’s website for details about the league and the Knights. Website is found at .

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2022 Induction Program Sponsorship

  • March 07, 2022

2022 Induction Program Sponsorship Opportunities

Now is your opportunity to promote your business and support the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum! A true win win opportunity.

One of the most sought after items from every Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Induction weekend is the
Induction Program. The annual Induction Program is filled with stories about our current inductees, unique stories about our past inductees, historical statistics, location map and wonderful photos from a few of the Hall of Fame key events.

This year will be our first in person event since 2019 and is not to be missed!!  We have sponsorship opportunities in the 2022 induction program that will boost your profile, connect you with sport and culture enthusiasts, and demonstrate your community involvement.

Sponsorship opportunities fit all budgets and range from inside cover pages, full pages and business card size ads.  We will work directly with you to customize advertising opportunities to support your business.

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Baseball BC Athlete Assistance Scholarship Program

  • February 22, 2022

Now Closed; successful applicants awarded by March 31, 2022

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Baseball BC High Performance HOSTING OPPORTUNITIES

  • January 05, 2022

Baseball BC Hosting Opportunities

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