About Us

Updated Friday January 27, 2017 by Beamsville Minor Baseball Association.

General Info

 

Once registration has opened, please visit the website homepage to get started http://beamsvilleminorbaseball.com .  Use your same account info from last year to log in, or create a new account if you are a new user.

 

We play hardball, which means we use a MLB sized baseball.  Rally Cap uses a tee, while Rookie Ball makes us of a pitching machine throwing the ball at 35-40 MPH.  Mosquito and older is player pitch.  See the Rules & Regulations link to see specific details for each division.

 

Beamsville Local League plays in the Niagara Interlock. We play under the general guidelines of Baseball Ontario, however Niagara District uses some slightly different playing rules.

 

This season, Beamsville will field Rep Teams in the Rookie, Mosquito, and Peewee divisions.  Travel Teams play the regular season within the Niagara Region and conclude with a Labour Day Tournament against other teams from all over Ontario within our Classification.  

 

There is also potential to do a Select Team for every division, but it will be based on demand and whether the other towns also organize teams.

 

Uniforms

 

For Rookie Ball and above, the registration fee includes a hat, shirt and pants.  Rally Cap players get a shirt and hat only.


 

Schedule

 

Most Local League divisions will play in the Niagara Interlock includes teams from St. Catharines, Thorold, Welland, Pelham, (and sometimes Niagara Falls and Port Colborne depending on the division).

 

The finalized regular season Interlock schedule will not be available until mid-May; however we can say based on previous years what you can expect:

 

  • Preseason evaluations / practices will start indoors at the Fleming Centre as soon as the ice is removed (currently planned for 2nd week of April)

  • The regular season typically starts the week following Victoria Day weekend, and ends early August

  • Playoffs run 2-3 weeks in August

  • Niagara Interlock Championship 3rd weekend of August (usually top 5 teams in Niagara North qualify)

  • Beamsville Association Championship Day typically last week of August

  • Due to the number of teams in our Interlock, you can expect games typically Mon-Thurs but the odd Friday and Saturday game is likely to be scheduled

  • There will not be a consistent day of the week for games

  • Practices are typically held on the weekend as per coaches discretion




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