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Late Developing Fall Ball Opportunity for Midget - Bantam Players

If you are a Midget or Bantam aged player that is still interested in playing some Fall Ball (now to mid-October), please register at http://richmondcitybaseball.ca/news.php?new_id=988988 to indicate your interest.

Registration is now open to other associations and NO RELEASES are required to this time for Fall Ball.

Coaches for this effort will be past Chucker Midget AAA Coaches Serj Sangara, Raul Verde Rios, Matt Winograd and David Clarke along with a number of others depending on availability and number of players interested.

For more information beyond that listed below - including background and credentials of listed coaches - please contact serj@shaw.ca.

PLEASE NOTE:

- We know that fall is a busy time with school and other sports, and we are accomodating in terms of players who are involved in other sports. A 100% commitment to baseball is not required but communicating is essential. 

- Fall Ball will consist of exhibition games (provided numbers allow), instructional practices, and potential tournament play. Games and practices will be held primarily on weekends, with a few weekday afternoon/evenings as well.

- The fall facility is Blundell Fields, on Blundell Road, between Gilbert and #2, with two full sized diamonds and a new indoor, turfed, full-sized, two lane batting cage.

*If numbers do not warrant scheduling games with other associations, we'll offer all players a "personal baseball training opportunity" prior to offering a refund.* 



VANCOUVER COMMUNITY BASEBALL'S 2015 SEASON

Vancouver Community Baseball offers organized baseball for youth aged 13 to 18 living in Vancouver, B.C.
We also have teams playing in leagues for players older than 19. From recreational house leagues to elite teams and training, VCB considers all of its programs of equal importance. We emphasize player participation and skills improvement at all levels. In turn, we expect fair play and good sportsmanship from all participants at all times.

VCB is divided into many divisions:

Pee Wee AA

Pee Wee AA (players aged 13 born January 1/2002 - April 30/2002)

base registration fee of $200 and an additional $200 if player makes the team

Bantam 

Bantam (players aged 14 to 15 as of December 31st, 2015) divided into:


"A" house league
base registration fee of $275

"AA" more competitive
base registration fee of $400

"AAA" elite travel team
base registration fee of $450 and an additional $400 if player makes the team

Midget

Midget (players aged 16 to 18 as of December 31st, 2015) divided into:

"AA" house league
base registration fee of $350

"AAA" elite travel team
base registration fee of $350 and an additional $500 if player makes the team

Players ages 18 to 30 years (Junior)
base registration fee of $300

Players ages 30 and older (Senior)
base registration fee to be determined

Bantam A games are played in Vancouver. Midget AA games are played in Vancouver, Burnaby, and Richmond. Pee Wee AA, Bantam AA, Bantam AAA, and Midget AAA games are played throughout the lower mainland and B.C.

Tryouts take place for Pee Wee AA, Bantam AA, Bantam AAA, and Midget AAA. Assessments are done for house league play to ensure balanced teams. All players must attend at least one assessment or tryout.