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Rally Cap Info

2020 Rally Cap Program

The Rallycap program is run through Parkland Minor Ball Association.  This program is designed to teach young children the basic skills of baseball and instill a lifelong love of the game.  This program introduces the sport in a fun way that encourages parents to join their kids on the field and enjoy baseball together while building their skills and knowledge of the game.

**We run the Rallycap program in accordance with Baseball Canada/Baseball Alberta.  We have 3 years of the Rallycap program with evaluations to place players on teams of like ability to develop their skills.  There are six levels to the Rallycap program that players can move through.**

General Info

  • RallyCap Players are born in 2013 - 2015 (must be turning 5 years old this year)
  • Season typically runs from the May 1st Thru June 30th

Required Equipment

  • Helmet (PMBA has put in place a policy that requires each player to have his/her own ball helmet.  PMBA has put this helmet policy in place for reasons such as personal safety, hygiene etc.
  • Baseball glove
  • Athletic support cup (Jack/Jill)
  • Water Bottle
  • The equipment above is not supplied by PMBA

Days of Play

  • Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday nights
  • Start at 6pm, goes until 7:15pm
  • Your child’s team will be at a diamond in either Spruce Grove or Stony Plain each night


If you are interested in coaching your child’s team, there will be a coaching clinic on Friday, April 24 at 6:30 pm.  We will cover the drills used in the program and how to help develop your players and enjoy the season!

In order to run the Rallycap program properly and give the players the best opportunity for fun and development, we require two adult volunteers on field each night to assist the coach.  A schedule will be assigned to each team and if you are unable to be on field on your assigned night, you will need to make arrangements with another parent from your team to take your place.

Rally Cap Parent Meeting

There will be a meeting for all Rallycap level parents on Sunday, April 5 at 5:30 at Greystone Centennial Middle School in Spruce Grove.  This meeting will discuss theprogram, expectations for the season, and have a demonstration on how the program runs.

Meet the Coach Day

On April 25 at 11:00 am, all players are invited to the green space at Henry Singer Ball Diamonds at 138 South Ave to meet their coach and team and pick up their uniform. 

  • Your child will meet their coach and team mates
  • They will receive their t-shirt and baseball cap for the season
  • Once all teams have their t-shirts and ball caps, the teams will do a parade around the green space with their team
  • The players will receive a hotdog, chips and a bottle of water
  • Parents and siblings can also enjoy a hotdog, chips and water at the minimal cost of $1.00/item

Evaluation Day

In order to form teams of like ability so the players can develop their skills at their level, we will be having preseason evaluations on April 13 and April 14 from 6:30-7:30.  Your child will need to attend only one of those evenings for approximately 30 minutes to run through the series of stations.  An email with your child’s date and time will be sent out prior to then.

There will be another evaluation in the middle of June to see where the players are at in the Rallycap program.  These evaluations will be done on your regular ball night at one of the Rallycap fields.  More information will follow as the day draws closer.

Team Pictures

Individual and Team pictures will be scheduled for each team. Please watch your email for these times.


Contact Info

If you have any questions, please contact RallyCap@

Rally Cap Coordinator


Looking to participate in a sport that requires skill, strength, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team?  Whatever level you play at, baseball can enhance your life, improving fitness, strength and coordination.

Whether you are looking to causally play in our recreational league or competitively play with one of our traveling teams, you'll find our organization to be a great place to learn new skills and meet new friends.

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