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

To register for the FREE virtual seminar on Zoom click here https://bit.ly/rallycaptraining


The updated Rally Cap mini book including practice plans is now available on rallycap.ca or can also be found by clicking here.


Baseball for life...and Rally Cap is the start !!

Click here for video detailing the Program

Good things come in threes! Taking its cue from rally cap tradition, Baseball Canada’s Rally Cap program mixes practice with game time for enhanced skill development and sportsmanship, in a fun and supportive environment.

Rally Cap is designed for T-Ball and Blastball participants, their coaches, and parents. Three teams convene to share a playing time, with two teams playing while the third practices. Teams rotate after each inning. The program offers complete lesson plans and initiation drills
that are a bonus for coaches and parents new to the game.

The program includes a progressive element with up to three skill testing opportunities for players each season. Colour-coded Baseball Canada baseball caps are awarded and celebrated based on levels of accomplishedment.  Caps can be ordered directly from Baseball BC as a Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) Member by e-mailing the completed order form linked at bottom of this page.

Baseball BC also offers Rebate Programs for MEMBER Associations.

Why Rally Cap? Since 2005, participating associations have reported increases in registration. The program combines playing and drills to keep young participants interested, active and learning, and coming back to the game season after season. Visit Baseball Canada for more details about the program and the skill levels.

For more details, contact Scott Mackenzie at scottm@baseball.bc.ca

Here are the Youth Associations already celebrating Rally Cap:

  • Aldergrove Minor Baseball
  • Chemainus Minor Baseball Association
  • Central Okanagan Minor Baseball Association (COMBA)
  • Duncan Junior Baseball Association
  • Greater Victoria Baseball Association
    • Gordon head Baseball Association
  • Kamloops Minor Baseball
  • Ladysmith Minor Baseball
  • Lake Cowichan Minor Baseball
  • Little Mountain Little League
  • Lynn Valley Little League
  • New Westminster Little League Baseball Association
  • North Delta Baseball Association
  • Oceanside Minor Baseball Association
  • Quesnel Canadian Baseball Association
  • Richmond City Baseball Association
  • Ridge Meadows Minor Baseball Association
  • Salmon Arm Minor Baseball
  • Surrey Canadians Baseball Association
  • Tsawwassen Baseball Association
  • White Rock / South Surrey Baseball Association

Rally Cap orders are now being accepted on line via info1@baseball.bc.ca. By completing & e-mailing one of the convenient order forms below to the Baseball BC office, you quickly can be providing your youth athletes the tools essential for fun and successful baseball now and long into the future.  After confirming any additional costs, like shipping perhaps, print the order form & mail, along with payment to the Baseball BC Office (address listed on order form and linked below).



For Baseball BC Contacts & Mailing Address, click here


Click here for Rally Cap Program mobile App details

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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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