Rally Cap Information Session

January 3, 2023

You’re invited to attend a free information session on Rally Cap, hosted by Baseball Canada and the Toronto Blue Jays.

What: The session will cover all aspects of the Rally Cap program, providing you with the tools & resources you'll need to effectively adopt and run the program

Who: Baseball Association Directors, Administrators, Coordinators, Coaches, Parent Leaders. etc.

Where: Zoom (link provided upon registration)

When: Monday, January 16th at 7-8pm

Questions can be asked live on Zoom or in advance through the registration process...

Missed it...? Video Recording posted on the Rally Cap page HERE


This one-hour session sponsored by Baseball BC will focus on grassroots programming needs for Local Associations and will be facilitated by Baseball Canada and the Toronto Blue Jays. There is no obligation to run Rally Cap, instead, it’s merely an opportunity to listen, ask questions, and become more informed of the value this program can bring to your association, like potential registration increases, long-term retention, & of course skill development fun for everyone... 

Our goal is to have at least one representative from every baseball association in BC, and certainly, more are welcome, from parent leaders to directors… 

We hope you sign up &/or ask the appropriate representatives to join you or to register on your behalf… 

Missed it...? Video Recording posted on the Rally Cap page HERE

Any Questions can be directed to scottm@baseball.bc.ca...

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