Rally CapRally Cap is designed for T-Ball and Blastball participants (age 5-7), their coaches, and parents. Three teams convene to share a playing time, with two teams playing while the third practices. Teams rotate after each inning. The program offers complete lesson plans and initiation drills that are a bonus for coaches and parents new to the game.

 

Winterball Winterball is a school-based baseball curriculum for students between Kindergarden and grade 6. This program is completely turn-key in approach and can be administered to P.E. classes immediately. We are currently looking for schools throughout the province that are interested in offering this free Winterball Program to their students.

 

Spring Break CampEnjoy 2 full days of baseball activities with every aspect of the game being covered; hitting, throwing, catching, fielding, running, and also some position specific development for pitchers, catchers, outfielders and infielders in an indoor environment. We welcome players of all genders, different skill levels, and ages. From the new player who wants to try out baseball for the first time, to the experienced player that wants to work on some specific skills, we will have fun activities for all that register.

 

Summer CampsOur Baseball BC Summer Camps will deliver instruction on the fundamentals of baseball as well as provide a fun and safe atmosphere to learn and play the game of baseball. 

 

Grand Slam – The Grand Slam program is designed to promote physical development of children through thegame of baseball. The program helps develop physical literacy by using a modified game to teach the basic baseball skills to children and ensure success. The program is designed for children of 8 and 9 and consists of four categories of activity fit into two seasons. Grand Slam incentives, which are baseball stickers depicting famous Canadian baseball players are awarded for successfully completing categories.

 

My First Pitch – Designed by Baseball Canada for all young baseball players aged 10 and 11, it aims to increase interest in baseball at the Learn to Train stage of LTAD by introducing topics such as grip, mechanics, and proper throwing techniques while demonstrating multiple drills to identify and correct major pitching flaws.

 

Girls BaseballThis program is designed to attract all females 8 years & older.  Although based in the Lower Mainland, we offer & facilitate regional development sessions, such as grassroots festivals, clinics, ID camps & more throughout the province every year.  We strive to provide female athletes with a combination of competition and development in a fun all-female environment.

 

Challenger Baseball – A division of Baseball BC that provides an opportunity for children with cognitive or physical disabilities to enjoy the full benefits of participation in baseball at a level structured to their ability.

LTADLong Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada & Baseball BC to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete. Tailoring a child's sports development program to suit basic principles of growth and maturation, especially during the 'critical' early years of their development, enables him / her to reach their full potential & increase lifelong participation in baseball and other physical activities.


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What is LTAD?

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete.