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In Person Registration Tomorrow

Posted by Chilliwack Minor Baseball at Jan 13, 2018 5:04PM PST ( 0 Comments )

In Person Registration Tomorrow 12pm-4pm @ Cheam source for Sports- Please bring your care card! If you are paying by credit card you are able to do it online through our website ( you don not need to come down and wait in a line up). In Person is an opportunity for people paying by cash or cheque, we will take credit cards at in person but you can avoid the lines by doing it online.

Registration information:

Regular Registration closes Jan 31 for Mosquito through Midget (2008-1999). If you have not registered by Jan 31 a late fee will be added to your registration. The month of February is for evaluations for these divisions and we need our numbers organized in order to do this process properly.

Regular Registration will remain open for the month of February for the younger division Sr Tadpole down to blast ball ( 2009-2014).

Questions of commitment before registering:

We have been having a few questions about commitment level for each division before people register. Below is a general idea what to expect in each division. This is all general as things can change depending on a coach and once schedules come out.

Blast ball – Mosquito (2014-2007) These levels generally have one practice a week plus one game. Games are always on Saturdays. Practices vary depending on coaches and what day they are assigned or they pick for their schedule. Practices are run Monday through Friday usually 1 -2 teams a night. These details will be finalized once registration is closed and we assign teams to coaches.

PeeWee-Midget (2006-1999) these divisions are interlocked with other associations and generally run on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays. Teams will generally have 1-2 games a week on one of those days plus a practice. Game schedule comes from BC Minor and will be given by the end of March. Practices are determined by coaches and field availability. These teams do travel but with associations like Abbotsford, Mission and Aldergrove….they do not travel over the bridge.

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Winter Training Sessions at the Yard

Posted by Chilliwack Minor Baseball at Jan 12, 2018 12:01PM PST

When: Jan 9 – Mar 2 2018

Where: Yard Facility

Cost: 4 Consecutive Sessions $150.00
8 Consecutive Sessions $225.00

Monday 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm Strength & Conditioning

Tuesday 5:00pm to 6:00pm Pitching/Hitting
6:00pm to 7:00pm Hitting/Defense

Wednesday 5:00pm to 6:00pm Catching

Thursday 5:00pm to 6:00pm Hitting/Defense

Friday 6:00pm to 7:00pm Pitching/Hitting

A chance to come out and enjoy some baseball during the winter season. We maintain a fun atmosphere that allows your player to learn skills and develop to the best of their ability. Come and learn from some of the Top Collegiate and Professional Coaches in Canada.

Register at
The Yard Baseball Academy

The Yard Baseball Academy Ltd.
Phone: 604-745-2031
49517 Prairie Central Road, Chilliwack, BC Canada

BC Baseball is once again hosting thier Coach and Players Clinics at the Langley Events Centre – Feb 16-18, 2018. The link below directs you to the registration page for coaches and players. It is also found under the COACHES tab on our website.

IMPORTANT – for COACHESPLEASE READ THIS – when registering you will be asked for an association code. CMBA’s code is C418. Entering this in your application will allow BC Baseball to direct bill CMBA and you are NOT required to pay*

Free Winter Training Starts Tonight: All Sessions are at the Landing Leisure Centre

For the month of January the training times are as follows:

Saturdays -
6:15-8:15 – PeeWee (2005/2006)
8:15-10:15 – Bantam/Midget (2003/2004 and 2000-2002)

2:45-3:30 – Jr and Sr Tadpole (2009-2011)
3:30-4:30- Mosquito (2007/2008)

There is no separate registration to attend these sessions but all players do need to be registered members of CMBA for insurance purposes.*

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2018 BC Baseball Bat Rules

Posted by Chilliwack Minor Baseball at Jan 2, 2018 10:56PM PST

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”

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.