HOUSE LEAGUE - General Information


2018 REGISTRATION GUIDE

HOUSE LEAGUE DIVISION

BIRTH YEAR

HOUSE LEAGUE FEE

KIDS 1ST 2013-2014 $110
JR. ROOKIE 2011-2012 $165
SR. ROOKIE 2009-2010 $200
MOSQUITO 'A' 2007-2008 $265
PEE WEE 'A' 2005-2006 $290
BANTAM 'A' 2003-2004 $300
MIDGET 'A' 2000-2002 $300

 

Kids 1st (5U) 4th/5th birthday falls on or after January 1 of the playing year

General Information

The Kids 1st is designed for very young children with no experience in baseball. It helps teach players very basic baseball play in a fun and safe environment. Each week, two teams are scheduled on a diamond. The teams use the first 30 minutes for practice in smaller groups with coaches and parent helpers, with the remaining time used for a game. The hitting team uses a foam bat to hit a foam ball off a tee. Coaches are encouraged to modify the game to suit the kids.

Scheduled play is Wednedays, at a diamond in Edmonton's west end. The season runs through May and June.

Equipment: helmet, glove (optional). Baseball pants and cleats are not necessary.

Rules

 

Jr. Rookie (7U) 6th/7th birthday falls on or after January 1 of the playing year

General Information

Jr. Rookie is for children who have limited or no experience playing baseball. The program emphasizes skill development. It helps teach players basic baseball skills and rules of play in a fun and safe environment. Each week, the two teams scheduled use the first 30 minutes for practice in smaller groups with coaches and parent helpers. The remaining time is used for a game, with coaches pitching. Jr. Rookie players participate in the Rookie Days, held on a weekend in June that includes a tournament and skills evaluation, with the player receiving a Baseball Canada DQ® Rally Cap corresponding with their level of achievement.

Scheduled play is Tuesdays and Thursdays, at a diamond in Edmonton's west end. The season runs through May and June.

Equipment: helmet, glove, protective cup. Baseball pants and cleats are not necessary.

Rules

 

Sr. Rookie (9U) 8th/9th birthday falls on or after January 1 of the playing year

General Information

The program emphasizes skill development. It helps teach players basic baseball skills and rules of play in a fun and safe environment. Sr. Rookie players participate in the Rookie Days, held on a weekend in June that includes a tournament and skills evaluation, with the player receiving a Baseball Canada DQ® Rally Cap corresponding with their level of achievement.

Scheduled play is Mondays and Wednesdays, at a diamond in Edmonton's west end. Games start at 6:30; some teams meet early to have a practice/warm-up prior to the game. Extra practices are booked at the discretion of the coach. The season runs through May and June.

Equipment: helmet, glove, protective cup. Baseball pants and cleats are not necessary.

Rules

 

Mosquito 'A' (11U) 10th/11th birthday falls on or after January 1 of the playing year

 General Information

All levels of skill are welcome. Teams are chosen in a coaches' draft following a skills evaluation. Players are allowed one friend request, which must be reciprocated, but is not guaranteed. Coach requests are not accepted. The games are player-pitch, but with modifications to allow for more game play. The games are competitive, with scores kept, as well as standings and a playoff at the end of the season.

Scheduled play is weeknights, generally with two games per week. Teams play in the Golden West League, with teams from EABA and SWEMBA, requiring occasional travel within the city to games. The season runs through May and June.

Equipment: helmet, glove, protective cup, baseball pants. Cleats are not necessary, but if chosen to be worn, must have plastic.

Rules

 

Pee Wee 'A' (13U) 12th/13th birthday falls on or after January 1 of the playing year

General Information

All levels of skill are welcome. Teams are chosen in a coaches' draft following a skills evaluation. Players are allowed one friend request, which must be reciprocated, but is not guaranteed. Coach requests are not accepted. Games are player-pitch. The games are competitive, with scores kept, as well as standings and a playoff at the end of the season.

Scheduled play is weeknights, generally with two games per week. Teams play in the Golden West League, with teams from EABA and SWEMBA, requiring occasional travel within the city to games. The season runs through May and June.

Equipment: helmet, glove, protective cup, baseball pants. Cleats are not necessary, but if chosen to be worn, must have plastic.

Rules

 

Bantam 'A' (15U) 14th/15th birthday falls on or after January 1 of the playing year

General Information

All levels of skill are welcome. Teams are chosen in a coaches' draft following a skills evaluation. Players are allowed one friend request, which must be reciprocated, but is not guaranteed. Coach requests are not accepted.

Teams play in the Edmonton Rural and Recreational Baseball League (ERRBL). The members of the ERRBL league include Leduc, Strathcona, Edmonton NE Zone, South Jasper Place, Sherwood Park, Devon, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan and Stony Plain. Games are played on weekdays,  generally with a home and away game each week. The season runs through May and June, including a playoff tournament to determine the Tier I and Tier II level champions.

Equipment: helmet, glove, protective cup, baseball pants. Cleats are not necessary.

Rules

 

Midget 'A' (18U) 16th/17th/18th birthday falls on or after January 1 of the playing year

General Information

All levels of skill are welcome. Teams are chosen in a coaches' draft following a skills evaluation. Players are allowed one friend request, which must be reciprocated, but is not guaranteed. Coach requests are not accepted.

Teams play in the Edmonton Rural and Recreational Baseball League (ERRBL). The members of the ERRBL league include Leduc, Strathcona, Edmonton NE Zone, South Jasper Place, Sherwood Park, Devon, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan and Stony Plain. Games are played on weekdays,  generally with a home and away game each week. The season starts the first week of May and ends the third weekend of June with a playoff tournament to determine the Tier I and Tier II level champions. The season is completed before the end of the school year. A team is allowed two 19-year-old players on a team.

Equipment: helmet, glove, protective cup, baseball pants. Cleats are not necessary.

Rules

 

 

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