Age Category Age Birth Year Fee* Game Days
7U Rally Cap 5-7 2010/11/12 $85.00 Mon/Wed
9U Rookie 7-9 2008/09/10 $160.00 Sun/Mon/Wed
11U Mosquito 10-11 2006/07 $195.00 Sun/Tues/Thurs
13U Peewee 12-13 2004/05 $205.00 Sun/Mon/Wed
15U Bantam 14-15 2002/03 $215.00 Various
18U Midget 16-18 1999/2000/01 $250.00 Various
*Plus participation fee and $100.00 uniform deposit.
Baseball (hardball) is for boys and girls ages 5 to 18. The baseball season runs from the beginning of May through June with games usually scheduled during weekday evenings and Sundays. We offer developmental teams for children and youth who have not played before as well as more competitive teams for those who have.
Baseball teams are travelling teams. Usually a team plays the same number of home and away games. Because of player numbers, some players may be asked to play for teams from other community centers. The playoff format has not yet been determined, but other than playoff teams, everyone finishes by the end of June.
Tryouts will once again be held with Charleswood Minor Baseball and Tuxedo Community Centre t form one AA team at each age division from our combined 3 neighborhoods. At this time independent evaluators will assess players ability and willingness to participate in AA. Players/Families who have demonstrated AA ability must commit to the time demands.
* There WILL BE 1 AA team this year at each age division
- 11U, 13U, 15U and 18U
We will create as many A teams as needed according to the registration numbers.
Tryouts are only foe those who want to play AA. Players who want to be considered for our AA teams MUST ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS OF THESE TRYOUTS.
Sunday, April 9 UWinnipeg Field House
Saturday, April 15 Home Run Sports Training Center
There will be an additional $30.00 per player to participate in tryouts payable at registration.
7U Rally Cap
Tons of fun for the kids with emphasis on fun, basic skills and learninig the game in a non-competitive environment. Rally Cap is a parent run program so several volunteers are required.
Play a more organized game of ball using a pitching machine. Games are 2-3 times per week against other community centres with an emphasis on team play, sportsmanship and continued skill mastery.
This is the first year when players start pitching and AA is introduced. All players attend tryouts and will be evaluated - those with higher skill will be asked to play AA ball - a higher and more competitive level.
A/AA remains at the community centre but at this age AAA is introduced (the highets level or ball at this age group is a regional team, comprised of the best players in all of Winnipeg South).
A/AA remain at the community cetre with the Chiefs as the AAA regional team.
Any player wishing to tryout for AA must attend tryouts. If your child is selected for the AA team, please note that the time commitment and expectations are greater than in A-level baseball.
Any player wishing to play for the Winnipeg South Chiefs must register at Corydon Community Centre before they will be allowed to attend tryouts. Details on tryouts can be found at www.ballcharts.com/wschiefs.
Players are required to provide their own gloves, batting helmets and baseball pants. Bats will be provided for all age groups except Midget. Midget players are encouraged to purchase their own wooden bats.
We will try to have 12-14 players per team and registration will be cut off at that point. Late registrations will not be accepted if there are not enough coaches. Late registrations, if accepted, will be subject to a $30 Late Fee over and above the regular registration fee.
Older players (13+) may want to consider umpiring. It's fun and the pay is great! Please contact the office for details of upcoming clinics.
Coaches and volunteers will be needed for all teams. Most teams will need a scorekeeper, a pitch counter, a manager, a first aid person, an equipment manager, someone to install bases before each game, coaches and, if possible, someone who can umpire if the scheduled umpire cannot make it. All of these positions are volunteer positions.
If we do not have volunteers to help out, the kids don't play. Please keep in mind that we need volunteers when you register your children. Knowledge of baseball is not a pre-requisite to volunteering. All volunteers are asked to complete the Respect in Sport training from Sport Manitoba. It is free and on-line.
If you are willing to be part of the volunteer team at any of our locations, please fill out one of the volunteer forms at registration or contact the committee below.
Mike Hamm firstname.lastname@example.org