At the LBCA, the baseball program is designed for kids to learn and understand the basic fundamentals of the game whilst having fun. There are two programs: Rally Cap for ages 5-7 years old and Grand Slam for ages 8-9.

 

Goals of our grassroots programs:

  1. Create a fun environment in which children and adults are actively engaged together in the game of baseball.
  2. Develop fundamental motor skills, teach baseball skills, and basic rules to our players.
  3. Experience success with an emphasis on good sportsmanship.
  4. Promote increased self-esteem among children and adults.
  5. Recruiting new coaches and volunteers

Coaching Workshop

Once registrations are completed, we will be reaching out to parents as we look for volunteers to coach and assist with the programs. 

A coaching clinic/workshop

Apr 2020 – The Dry Pad at Lake Bonavista Community Association.

Rally Cap

Co-Ed ‘Rally Cap’ grassroots baseball for ages 5-7 years old. The Rally Cap Program is an initiative to enhance players’ and coaches’ first experience with the game. The program helps teach players the five Fundamentals of baseball in a fun and safe environment. Players have the opportunity to perform different tasks in order to earn a coloured Baseball Canada Rally Cap. Cap colours correspond with various levels of achievement. 

Kids will be required to have a baseball glove, a personal helmet, and a water bottle. They may bring their own bat if they have one.

Pricing and Schedule

5-7 YRS Born 2013, 2014, 2015

Date

Time

Activity Fee

Classes

Closed for the season

5:00PM – 8:00PM

$95

8

Player Evaluations

Apr 2020 – the Dry Pad at Lake Bonavista Community Association. Kids will will be assigned to a 1 hr time after evaluations. The Practice times will be dependent on skill level e.g. colour of caps will be grouped together with newer players in the first hour and the more experienced in the second or third hour.

Grand Slam

Co-Ed ‘Grand Slam’ baseball is for children ages 8-9 years old. The Grand Slam program is designed to promote physical development of children through the game of baseball. The program helps develop physical literacy by using a modified game to teach the basic baseball skills to children and ensure success.

 

Kids will be required to have a baseball glove, a personal helmet, and a water bottle. They may bring their own bat if they have one.

Pricing and Schedule

8-9 YRS Born 2011, 2012

Date

Time

Activity Fee

Classes

Closed for the season

5:00PM – 8:00PM

$95

8

Player Evaluations

Apr 2020 – the Dry Pad at Lake Bonavista Community Association.

Kids will will be assigned to a 1 hr time after evaluations.

 

The Practice times will be dependent on skill level e.g. colour of caps will be grouped together with newer players in the first hour and the more experienced in the second or third hour.

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