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Rookie Info

2019 Rookie Program

Our objective is to provide a positive, safe, fun and active learning environment to do so.  Our goal, after all this is to retain members and help them continue to enjoy the sport of baseball, but also recruit and encourage newcomers to our sport. 

General Info

  • Rookie Players are born in 2010 & 2011
  • House Evaluations will be held for the Rookie Level.  There will be specific times designated for groups, please watch your emails for these times.
  • Season typically runs from the first week of May thru the last week of June

 

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
  • White Baseball pants - PMBA offering for $20 each available at uniform pickup
  • Equipment above is not supplied by PMBA

Days of Play

  • Game nights  are Monday/Wednesday nights with weekend practices .  
  • Game times start @ 6:30pm
    • Players to be at the diamond at least 1/2 hr prior to game
  • Practice dates will be determined at a later date.
    • 1 Practice day, and 1 Batting Cage Day

Uniform / Equipment Pickup

Uniform Pickup date will be between  April 16 - 27th. There will be specific times and nights designated for each team, please watch your email for these times.

Team Pictures

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

Registration

Volunteering

PMBA is in need of coaches and appreciate you taking interest in your child's baseball season if in any way possible, every team needs a Coach, Asst. Coach and manager if possible.  

All Recreational level coaches are to complete on-line Respect in Sport.  In addition, ALL Head Coaches must complete the first level NCCP Initiation coaching clinic.  The majority of these courses are online, and fully reimbursed by PMBA assuming the Head Coach has fully completed his/her coaching responsibility for the season. 

Coaches are mentors, motivators and leaders.  Along with parents and teachers, coaches have a profound impact on the future of our children.  The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) gives coaches the confidence to succeed.  When you take an NCCP workshop, you'll not only gain sport-specific technical abilities, but also leadership and decision-making skills.  Additional info can be found on: NCCP link  nccp.baseball.ca 

Coaches Clinics will be available early in the season. For information email coachdirector@pmba.email

Contact Info

For more information, please contact Troy Litvinchuk at:  Rookie@pmba.email

Troy Litvinchuk