LMBA Looking for Umpires

February 11, 2020


The Lower Mainland Baseball League will be starting its 26th season in 2020 and we welcome all umpires to consider umpiring in our league.   The LMBA is a recreational baseball league for adults of all ages - the league offers a good level of play with 19+, 30+, & 45+ Divisions, a competitive level of remuneration, up to $100/game, and strong Executive support.  Our 38 Baseball teams play in 14 Lower Mainland municipalities and the season runs from mid-April to late-September. We are looking to add 10 Umpires to our 2020 Umpiring Roster. Umpires should be 19+ or older and hold a BCBUA Level 2 or higher certification. Previous Umpiring Experience is preferred but not required. All Interested Umpires should forward their Expression Of Interest to Umpire for the LMBA no later than SAT FEB-29, 2020 to Brad Woof - LMBA Umpire-In-Chief & Allocator @ rasher0123@hotmail.com.


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