The Alberta Amateur Baseball Council, established in 1998, is the central governing body for all baseball associations in Alberta. It is the governing body that is recognized by the Alberta Sports, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation, the department of the Alberta Government that funds organizations that enhance the communities.
The Alberta Amateur Baseball Council consists of Little League Alberta, Baseball Alberta, Babe Ruth League, American Legion League and the Collegiate Baseball League. These organizations receive funding through their membership in the Alberta Amateur Baseball Council to run their programs. These individual organizations account for approximately 31,000 baseball players in the province of Alberta.
Alberta Amateur Baseball Council is recognized as the best collaborative and progressive sport organization in Canada. Their mission is to create opportunities to promote and coordinate baseball programs for Albertans. While promoting and coordinating these programs that allow athletes to participate in baseball at both grassroots and competitive levels of play, the Alberta Amateur Baseball Council upholds the following values: Integrity, Honesty, Openness, Teamwork, Accountability, Opportunity, and Good for all.
Every Friday come improve your Swing ( Space is Limited) weather it be Softball, Fastball or Baseball it takes 3000 swings before you can just start see results.
We have hire some of Edmonton's top batting coaches to help your player improve that swing.
Come out and see the difference next spring!!
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More information 7809078676
Start Janraury 9, 2015 for winter
Cost $200 per session
Where ST FX fieldhouse (gym#3)
94 ave and 163 st
6-8pm 12 and unders
8-10pm 13 plus
The Challenger Baseball Little League is designed as a league for children with physical and mental disabilities to play, and enjoy baseball. The Challenger League was established internationally in 1989 and now serves more than 30 000 children worldwide in more than 900 locations. The Challenger League began in Edmonton in 2007 with 10 players and by 2008 grew to 25 players. The program is run by passionate volunteers who are eager to spread their love of baseball to others. New players are welcomed to join a spirited team of athletes that play with passion, drive and motivation.
Challenger baseball is for boys and girls age 6 to 16, with a physical or developmental disability. We adapt the game to your needs so that you, the athlete can thrive. Whether using a wheelchair or walker, buddy system or just requiring a little more encouragement, we can all play together. The Challenger Program focuses on encouraging teamwork, respect for the game and respect for others.
Parents are asked to attend each session and are encouraged to participate in the game with their child; however, there will be a number of volunteers who will buddy up players and help as much as needed. All family members are welcome to join in and help make the more enjoyable for everyone.
Challenger Baseball is supported by its volunteer coaches and buddies. The coaches for the Challenger Program have had many years coaching experience at various levels of baseball. Furthermore, the coaches have had numerous years playing at both low and high levels of baseball. The buddy system allows players to get one on one coaching and if needed, assistance in playing the game.
The program runs January through March . We play every Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at Kinsmen Sports Centre Fieldhouse
The cost of the program is $100.00; it includes a college level coach and use of the indoor fieldhouse.
Helmets,and bats are supplied by Confederation Park Little League. Players only need a baseball glove.
Our fieldhouse are well maintained and easily accessible to wheelchairs.. Our experienced coaches and volunteer buddies do everything in their power to provide the safest environment for all the players. However, like all sports, there are some inherent risks of injuries. We can proudly declare that we saw no injuries.
Our coaches are all volunteers with many years of coaching experience. They provide a safe environment for children to learn the basics of baseball and improve their skills. Above all they make sure the players have fun.
$100.00. We accept cash or cheques on Opening day.
You can e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To enable boys and girls with physical and mental disabilities to play baseball.
Children ages 5 to 16, or the completion of high school may participate in the Challenger Division.
Challenger teams are created according to abilities. Children may participate at 2 levels: T -ball or coach-pitch baseball. Play is modified with all children batting each inning and no score is kept. Challenger division uses volunteer "buddies" to help their players.
Ball School is for softball, and baseball players try to improve their skills and affordable prices !!!!
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Cost is $300 for 9 Registrar before December 15 2014 receive $50 off
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