Opening Day Ceremonies - April 8 at 10:00 am
For the love of the game
British Columbia Baseball Association
Coming to Ladner Friday April 6th
With this being the eighth year of the caravan it is hoped that it will lay the foundation for a successful, productive and FUN season for hundreds of kids and adults across the province. This is a VERY worthwhile informative two-way communication session.
Hosted by Peter Caliendo, Grant Rimer, Michael Dagg and Mike Kelly, the Caravan offers a host of skill techniques and coaching information intended to help everyone enjoy the kids development throughout the season.
Session will be held at Holly Turf, Friday April 6th
T-Ball/Rally Cap and Tadpole (9U) from 5:30-7
Mosquito (11U) and Peewee (13U) from 7-8:30
2018 AA Bantam Red Sox Team Roster
Thank you to all the kids who tried out. Good luck to everyone this year, I hope you all have lots of fun!
Dave Romaniuk, Coach Bantam AA
Summer Ball coaching applications must be submitted by April 15
Please go to the Registration Tab to register
PeeWee Players and Parents of the LMBA:
I would like to start by thanking Mike Hughes and his independent evaluators for their input into this year’s selections. This selection process has been incredibly difficult, which is a testament to the skill level and commitment of the players that attended.
The PeeWee AA team is an elite level team, the highest level offered by LMBA at this age group, so please join me in congratulating the following players who have been selected to this year’s PeeWee AA Redsox:
Steve Chong, PeeWee AA Head Coach
Ladner Red Sox
There are still a few spots left in these divisions:
- Rally Cap, Bantam, Midget and Junior Mens
- Super T - Full
- Tadpole - Full
- Mosquito - Full
- PeeWee - Full
Finalized Updated 2018 BC Baseball Bat Rules
Following further consultation with Baseball Canada, the bat manufacturing industry and sporting goods retailers, please find the an updated, finalized version of the 2018 BC Baseball bat rules which will be included in the 2018 BC Baseball Rulebook.
7U (T Ball/Rally Cap) 30 inch, 2 5/8 inch max diameter, unlimited length/weight drop – bats with greater than 2 ¼ in. barrel diameter must be marked “USABB”
9U (Tadpole) 30 inch, 2 5/8 inch max diameter, unlimited length/weight drop – bats with greater than 2 ¼ in. barrel diameter must be marked “USABB”
10U & 11U (Mosquito) 32 inch, 2 5/8 inch max diameter, unlimited length/weight drop – bats with greater than 2 ¼ in. barrel diameter must be marked “USABB”
13U (PeeWee) 32 inch, 2 ¾ inch max diameter, -10 max length/weight drop, marked “BPF 1.15” or “USABB” (Example -9 is okay and -11 is not)
15U (Bantam) A/AA 2 3/4 inch max diameter, -3 max length/weight drop marked “BBCOR”, or -8 max length/weight drop marked “BPF 1.15” or “USABB”
15U (Bantam) AAA -3 max length/weight drop, Wood, Bamboo or Wood Composite
18U (Midget) AA -3 max length/weight drop, and marked “BBCOR”
18U (Midget) AAA/College Prep Wood, Bamboo or Wood Composite
Wood, bamboo and wood composite bats are permitted in all divisions.
Wood composite bats include wood bats with fibreglass sheathing and wood barrelled bats with composite handles.
Wood composite bats do not include any bat that has any metallic component.
Changes in bats at the 11U and younger levels for 2018 season as a Pilot Project for review after the season.
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