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Note: Use this page to register for HOUSELEAGUE Baseball.

Click here for REP (AA/A) Registration   Click here for SELECT Registration

Your registration fee includes pre-season baseball clinics with Pro Teach.

New in 2017:

  • All players in the Mosquito Division and above must bring their own CSA-approved batting helmet.

Please Read:

  • You must complete a Separate Registration Form for each player.
  • Choose the appropriate Baseball Division (and Product Options, if applicable) and click Add to Cart.
  • If you are having problems registering online, please Contact our Registrar.
  • All registration information collected by RYBL will be destroyed after the baseball season.

CO-ED BLASTBALL

Players Born in 2012, 2013

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Entry level to baseball. Approximately 6 to 7 players per team. One hour games with emphasis on fun while learning the basic baseball skills of throwing, catching, fielding, hitting and team play. Very soft bats and baseballs.

Overview
Welcome to Blastball! We are very excited to announce that for the first time, blastball is now open for players born in two years: 2011 & 2012. Teams are small and the emphasis is on fun while learning the basic baseball skills of throwing, catching, fielding, hitting and team play. Soft bats and balls are used.
Season / Game Time
The season runs from the beginning of May through the end of June with no games on Victoria Day Weekend. Games are on Tuesdays at 6:30pm and Saturdays at 10:00am, each for an hour. Practice happens in conjunction with games.

A NOTE FROM YOUR BLASTBALL CONVENER

Thank you for your interest in the 2017 Blastball season with Royal York Baseball League!  Below you will find preliminary information about the 2017 season.  All players born in 2012 and 2013 are eligible to play Blastball this season.

ABOUT THE GAME Blastball is designed as an entry level to baseball. There are approximately 7-8 players per team, and the focus is on having fun while learning the basics: throwing, catching, fielding, hitting and team play. Soft bats and baseballs are used, and the field is set up with one base in first base position, and a Tee for players to hit from.

SEASON: Blastball runs on Tuesdays at 6:30pm and Saturdays at 10:00am, each for an hour combining practice and game.  The season runs from the beginning of May until the end of June.  For the 2017 season, it is expected that these games will take place at Castlebar Park, which is west of Royal York Road between Norseman and the Queensway.  Please note that this information is preliminary, and may change based on final registration numbers and diamond allocations.

PRE-SEASON CLINICS – All players and coaches will have the opportunity, at no additional cost, to take part in a pre-season clinic run by Pro Teach Baseball. These will take place around the end of April or beginning of May, with more details to follow in April.  For more information about Pro Teach, please visit https://proteach.net/

COACHING VOLUNTEERS – RYBL is the best youth baseball association in Etobicoke because of the dedication of its parent Coach volunteers.  Please consider expressing your interest in coaching or assisting on your child’s registration application, as only through its many parent volunteers is this League capable of operation!

I look forward to seeing you on the field this spring, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Shawna-Marie Harper 2017 Blastball Convener s.harper@hotmail.com

Price: $160.00

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CO-ED T-BALL

Players Born in 2010, 2011

T-Ball is now full and has a lengthy wait list. We will not be accepting any more wait list requests this year.

 

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A Note from the Co-Ed T-Ball Convener Vany Tingley

Hello and thank you for your interest in the co-ed t-ball league for your child.

We are very excited about the 2017 season!

Please note the following information:
First and foremost, it is our goal not to turn any children away however we are limited and currently in search of parent coaches. The team numbers will be maxed out to ten players and as such there is the possibility that children may be wait-listed unless we have enough coaches.
If you are open to the possibility of coaching, even as an assistant please reach out to me (no previous experience is required)! All coaches are highly supported with ongoing training and continuous group communication.

Other important details:
1 Age group for 2017 – Children born in 2010 or 2011
2 Projected weekly schedule is Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Game vs scheduled practices will depend on the total number of teams and will be communicated to each coach/parent.
3 Expected Timing of Games/Practices during the week is 6:30pm – 7:45pm. Saturday morning will commence at 9:00 am or 10:30 am, and usually run about 1.15 hours in duration
4 Diamond Locations yet to be determined
5 Play-With Requests – RYBL allows for Reciprocal Play-With Requests, per the play-with policy on the RYBL Website. This means that if your child would like to play with another child, please select that particular child during your Registration; and the other parent must do likewise. Multiple play-with (e.g., listing a number of players in the Play-With filed will unfortunately not be considered. All efforts will be made, however, to accommodate properly made Reciprocal Play-With Requests!

Thank you sincerely for your interest in the RYBL Co-Ed T-Ball for 2017; I look forward to meeting you all soon!
Vany Tingley RYBL TBall Convener, 2017 vany_glavic@hotmail.com

Expectation Introductory level to baseball. Emphasis is placed on learning the basic baseball skills – throwing, catching, fielding, hitting and team play. Big emphasis on FUN.

Season / Game Time End of April to the end of June. One combo game & practice weekday @ 6:30 or 7:00 pm and one game on Saturday morning.

Price: $200.00

GIRLS ROOKIE

Players Born in 2007, 2008, 2009

This division is now at capacity and is closed.

 

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Rookie baseball is the first level where players receive a pitched ball from a controlled velocity pitching machine. Emphasis is placed on skills development (throwing, fielding, catching and hitting) as well as position play, baseball strategy, team play and FUN.

Age group: For 2017 girls rookie ball will be for the girls born in 2007,2008,2009. Girls that are older play Pee Wee or above. Girls that are younger will play a co-ed T Ball or Blast ball as per their age.

Expected Schedule: This year, there will be (1) one set scheduled practice during the week (likely Monday, Wednesday, Friday or possibly Sunday) and (2) one or two scheduled games with one during the week (likely Tuesday or Thursday) and one on Saturday mornings. The total number of girls registered will determine whether the Saturdays will alternate as well as the necessity for a Sunday practice slot. The season runs through May and June, with July and August off for the summer, and the playoffs resume the month of September.

Expected Timing of Games/Practices: Weekday games and practices will usually commence at 6:30 pm and run 60-90 minutes in length at the discretion of the Coach. Saturday morning games will commence at 9am and usually run until approximately 10:45am. Depending on final numbers or rescheduled games due to rainouts, some games and or practices may be rescheduled to 11am to 12:45 pm on Saturdays.

Practice Preference: If you have a preference for a particular Practice day (for example a Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Sunday) please put that info into the comments section of your online registration and every effort will be made to accommodate your practice preference (although it cannot be guaranteed.) Please note that “Practice Day Preference” will be given priority over “Play With” requests. Unfortunately there is no available “preference” for “game days” as weekday games will alternate based on your child’s team and schedule.

Field Locations: At the present time it is anticipated that Girls Rookie Ball will play all practices and games at Lambton Kingsway South diamond. If there is a problem with the field, an alternate field will be arranged with due notice.

Play-With Requests: Please note that only “Reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be considered as per the Play-With policy on the RYBL Website. This means that if your daughter would like to play with another girl, she must select that girl on her Registration and the other girl must do likewise. Non-Reciprocal Play-With Requests will be rejected. Multiple Play-With requests will be rejected. However, all efforts will be made to accommodate Reciprocal Play-With Requests. The only exception to this rule will be families that have more than two girls registered in Rookie Ball who may make multiple Reciprocal Play With requests provided they are with one another.

Skill Development and skill assessment: Prior to the commencement of the 2017 baseball season, likely the last week in April (exact date to be determined) the girls will have a skill development session at the Proteach Indoor Facility located at 25 Whitlam Avenue that is included in their registration fee. The session will be run by Proteach Instructors with the focus on proper throwing, catching, fielding, and batting. At this point in time, we will also evaluate and assess all the girls skill level so that every effort can be made to create teams that are even in skill for a more rewarding and fun season. On Saturday April 30th, the Toronto Women’s Fusion team will run a free skill development for a morning or afternoon (times to be determined) to further develop the girls skills prior to the beginning of the season.

Picture Day: As part of the registration fee, individual and team photographs will be take during the first few weeks in May. A schedule will be provided by the photographer and will be part of the team schedule. Pictures usually take place at ProTeach.

All Star Game and Play-offs: During the month of June there will be one scheduled All Star game that will call the best girls on each team to form two teams and have an All Star game. It is meant to be fun-natured and will give the chance for girls to play with girls from some of the other teams. The date is to be determined.

Play-offs will be held in the month of September with a round robin series that will follow a similar schedule of the games during May and June to determine the seeding. Championship and Consolation games to be held in the third or fourth weekend in September and trophies will be awarded at that time and pictures will be distributed.

Registration: Please register by March 15, 2016 to maximize the chances of ensuring a spot in the 2017 Girls Rookie Ball League! It is going to be a great season and I look forward to being your convenor.

Thank you for your interest in RYBL and the Girls Rookie Ball.

Vinh Tran (vinh.tran@rogers.com)

Price: $265.00

BOYS ROOKIE

Players Born in 2008, 2009

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Rookie baseball is the first level where players receive a pitched ball from a controlled velocity pitching machine. Emphasis is placed on skills development (throwing, fielding, catching and hitting) as well as position play, baseball strategy, team play and FUN.

A NOTE FROM THE BOYS ROOKIE BALL CONVENER

Please consider the information below closely, as it should provide some answers to your questions, and some additional information on RYBL’s Boys House League Rookie Ball Division for 2017.  Please note that this information is preliminary information, and may change based on final registration numbers and diamond allocations.

AGE GROUP – For 2017, Boys Rookie Ball will be for boys born in 2008 or 2009.  Boys older (e.g., 2007) play Mosquito or above.  Boys younger (e.g., 2010) play T-Ball or below.

HOUSE LEAGUE SEASON – The Boys Rookie Ball House League will have both a “Regular Season” and a “Fall Season” for 2017. Regular Season will start in the first week of May, and adjourn for the summer with final games and practices ending with the last week of June.  There will be no official schedule games or practices in the Summer months.  The Fall Season will begin on the Tuesday following Labour Day, and will conclude with a year-ending Playoff Tournament in the third and/or fourth weeks of September.

If interested in summer baseball, a summer instructional program will be offered by the Baseball Professionals at Pro Teach Basebal,  in conjunction with RYBL, at an additional cost.  Please see the following URL for further information on Summer programs: https://proteach.net/index.php/site/shop?category=10

EXPECTED SCHEDULE – During the Regular and Fall Season, there will be (1) one weekly scheduled practice (usually Monday, Tuesday, Friday or Saturday), (2) one weekday scheduled game (usually Wednesday or Thursday) and (3) one scheduled game each Saturday morning.  There may also be the possibility some Saturday doubleheaders, depending upon how your team’s schedule plays out.  Feel free to visit the following URL to view last year’s Rookie Ball schedule, which will be a good proxy for how things would look this year:   https://rybl.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/2016-RYBL-Rookie-Ball-Spring-Schedule-3-FINAL.pdf.

EXPECTED PRACTICES DAYS & PREFERENCES – Most practices are expected to be scheduled on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays.  Some teams may practice on Saturdays prior to their Saturday morning game.  Once set, a Team’s practice date will remain constant throughout the season.  Practice duration will be approximately 1 hour to 1 ½ hours but will be at the discretion of the Coach.

PRACTICE DAY PREFERENCE – If you have a preference for a particular practice day (Monday, Tuesday, Friday or Saturday), please put that into the comments section of your registration.  Although it cannot be guaranteed, every effort will be made to accommodate your practice day preference, and there is usually enough flexibility in Team Assignments to provide players with preferred practice days.  However:  please note that “Practice Day Preference” will be given priority over “Play With” requests, and any other special requests.

EXPECTED GAME DAYS – Weekday games will be either Wednesday or Thursday, and will depend on the particular Team’s schedule.  (Unfortunately, there is no ability to pick “preferential game days”).  For the Regular Season, games will commence at 6:30 pm.  For the Fall Season, games will commence at either 5:30 pm or 6:00 pm depending on available daylight.  Saturday morning games will commence at 9:00 am, 10:00 am, 11:00 am or 1:00 pm, depending on the particular Team’s schedule.   Game duration will usually be approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes (contemplating a three inning game where everybody bats at least once per inning).

FIELD LOCATIONS – At present time it is anticipated that Boys Rookie Ball will play at one of five possible diamond locations:  Humber Valley North;  Norseman North;  Rosethorne South;  Westway;  Woodford/Jeff Healey; and Don Russell.   (Unfortunately, there is no ability to pick “preferential diamond locations”).

YEAR END CHAMPIONSHIPS – A Championship Tournament will be scheduled for dates and weekends to be determined in the third and fourth weeks of September.  It is expected that the Tournament and the Season will conclude by Sunday, October 1, 2017.

PRE-SEASON CLINICS – These will be scheduled and run at no additional cost by the Baseball Professionals at Pro Teach Baseball, and will likely be scheduled for the third or fourth weeks of April.  You will be given advance notice of this in approximately the second or third weeks of April.  There is also the possibility of in-Season Clinics.

PLAY-WITH REQUESTS – Please note that only “reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be considered, per the play-with policy on the RYBL Website. This means that if your son would like to play with another boy, he must select that boy on his Registration, and the other boy must also select your son on his Registration.  (Unfortunately “Non-Reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be rejected, and “Multiple” Play-With Requests will be rejected.  However, all efforts will be made to accommodate proper Reciprocal Play-With Requests.)

COACHING VOLUNTEERS – RYBL is the best youth baseball association in Etobicoke because of the dedication of its parent Coach volunteers.  Please consider expressing your interest in Coaching or assisting in your son’s registration application, as only through its many parental volunteers is this League capable of operation!

REGISTRATION – Please register by March 1, 2017 to maximize the chances of ensuring a spot in the 2017 Boys Rookie Ball House League, and taking advantage of all possible early-bird savings opportunities.

Thank you for your interest in RYBL, and in the Boys Rookie Ball Division for 2017!

Rob Kreklewetz RYBL Boys Rookie Ball Convener, 2017 rgk@taxandtradelaw.com

Price: $265.00

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BOYS MOSQUITO

Players Born in 2006, 2007

This division is now at capacity and is closed. To be added to a wait list, please email Tracey Rodriguez at: traceyrodriguez@rogers.com.

 

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Expectation
This is the first level where a player receives a live pitch from the opposing team. Mosquito is open to both boys and girls although primarily targeted towards boys. Emphasis is placed on skills development, strategy, position playing, sportsmanship, team play and FUN.
Season / Game Time
End of April to the end of June with playdowns in Sept. One game and one practice during the week @ 6:00. One game Saturday morning.
Highlights for Boys Mosquito 2017:
  1. For children born in 2006 or 2007
  2. We play every Saturday Morning mostly @ 9am
  3. There will be 1 weekday game either on a Tuesday or Wednesday (it fluctuates)
  4. Allocate 2 hours total time for games and 1.5 hours for practices. Specific times may vary.
  5. One Practice per week will be either on Mondays or Fridays. Practice day is established based on coaches’ availability. It remains fixed throughout the season.
  6. We Play/Practice at following diamonds: Lambton-Kingsway, Queensway Park, Norseman, Humber Valley(practice only), Rotary (in fall) and possibly Park Lawn, Westway and Mimico.
  7. For further information contact Convenor: JohnnyG at gianfelice2@bell.net
  8. Register by March 25, 2017 to avoid disappointment
  9. Coaches will meet April 6, 2017
  10. Practices, clinics, uniform distribution occurs April 17-29
  11. Equipment bag/balls pick-up occurs April 8-17
  12. Season starts Tuesday May 2, 2017
  13. Strongly consider being a Volunteer Coach – Our children depend on your involvement.
  14. Players are to supply their own Helmet for Health Concerns. We are phasing-out our supply.

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GIRLS PEE WEE

Players Born in 2004, 2005, 2006

This division is now at capacity and is closed. To be added to a wait list, please email Tracey Rodriguez at: traceyrodriguez@rogers.com.

Additional DescriptionMore Details

This is the first level where a girl receives a live pitch by players from the opposing team. Emphasis is placed on skills development, strategy, position playing, sportsmanship, team play and FUN.

MESSAGE FROM THE GIRLS PEE WEE CONVENOR 2017

Age group: For 2017 girls pee wee baseball will be for the girls born in 2004, 2005, 2006. Girls that are older play Bantam or above. Girls that are younger will play a rookie ball or t ball as per their age. Expected Schedule: This year, there will be (1) one set scheduled practice during the week (likely Monday, Wednesday, Friday or possibly Sunday) and (2) one – two scheduled games with one during the week (likely Tuesday or Thursday) and one on Saturday mornings. Depending on how many girls register will determine whether the Saturdays will alternate as well as the necessity for a Sunday practice slot. The season runs through May and June and the play off during the month of September.

Expected Timing of Games/Practices: Weekday games and practices will usually commence at 6:30 pm and run 60-90 minutes in length at the discretion of the Coach. Saturday morning games will commence at 9am and usually run until approximately 10:45am. Depending on final numbers or rescheduled games due to rain outs some games and or practices may be rescheduled to 11am to 12:45 pm on Saturdays.

Practice Preference: If you have a preference for a particular Practice day (for example a Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Sunday) please put that info into the comments section of your online registration and every effort will be made to accommodate your practice preference (although it cannot be guaranteed.) Please note that “Practice Day Preference” will be given priority over “Play With” requests. Unfortunately there is no available “preference” for “game days” as weekday games will alternate based on your child’s team and schedule.

Field Locations: At the present time it is anticipated that Girls Pee Wee will play all practices and games at Westway Park diamond. If there is a problem with the field, an alternate field will be arranged with due notice. Play-With Requests: Please note that only “Reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be considered as per the Play-With policy on the RYBL Website. This means that if your daughter would like to play with another girl, she must select that girl on her Registration and in turn the other girl must select your daughter on their registration. Non-Reciprocal Play-With Requests will be rejected. Multiple Play-With requests will be rejected. However, all efforts will be made to accommodate Reciprocal Play-With Requests.

Coaching Volunteers: RYBL is the best youth baseball association in Etobicoke because of the dedication of its parent Coach volunteers. Please consider expressing your interest in Coaching or assisting in your daughter’s registration application, as only through its many parental volunteers is the League capable of operation.

Skill Development and skill assessment: Prior to the commencement of the 2016 baseball season, likely the last week in April (date to be determined) the girls will have a skill development session at the Proteach Indoor Facility located at 25 Whitlam Avenue that is included in their registration fee. The session will be run by Proteach Instructors with the focus on proper throwing, catching, fielding, and batting. At this point in time, we will also evaluate and assess all the girls skill level so that every effort can be made to create teams that are even in skill for a more rewarding and fun season. On the last weekend in April, the Toronto Women’s Fusion team will run a free skill development for a morning or afternoon (times to be determined) to further develop the girls skills prior to the beginning of the season.

Picture Day: As part of the registration fee, individual and team photographs will be take during the first few weeks in May. A schedule will be provided by the photographer and will be part of the team schedule. Pictures will take place at Proteach Baseball Facility. All Star Game and Play-offs: During the month of June there will be one scheduled All Star game that will call the best girls on each team to form two teams and have an All Star game. It is meant to be fun natured and will give the chance for girls to play with girls from some of the other teams. The date is to be determined.

Play-offs will be held in the month of September with a round robin series that will follow a similar schedule of the games during May and June to determine the seeding. Championship and Consolation games to be held in the third or fourth weekend in September and trophies will be awarded at that time and pictures will be distributed. Registration: Please register by March 1, 2017 to maximize the chances of ensuring a spot in the 2017 Pee Wee baseball League! It is going to be a great season and I look forward to being your convenor.

Thanks for your interest in RYBL and in girls Pee Wee baseball.

Karen Proctor
RYBL Girls Pee Wee Convenor, 2017
the_hardacres@rogers.com

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BOYS PEE WEE

Players Born in 2004, 2005 

This division is now at capacity and is closed.

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This is our skills growth level where baseball is played. Position play, skill development and strategy become incrementally more important. FUN and team spirit are paramount.

MESSAGE FROM BOY’S PEEWEE CONVENOR

Thank you for your interest in Royal York’s 2017 Boy’s Peewee House League Program. This program is geared towards players born in 2004 and 2005. House League is the foundation of our association and we welcome a wide range of ability and experience from beginners of organized baseball to players that have started from as early as Blastball. We also would like to endorse and welcome any parents or volunteers to consider coaching. We offer a ton of resources and tools and work closely with our Player & Coach Development Head, Denny Berni, who continues doing a great job maximizing our coaches skill set, baseball IQ & overall passion to teach the game to our kids. If interested in volunteering with coaching, scorekeeping or being a Team Manager, contact me by email kyle_liberto@live.com.

If interested in summer baseball, a summer instructional program will be offered by the Baseball Professionals at Pro Teach Baseball, in conjunction with RYBL, at an additional cost.  Please see the following URL for further information on Summer programs: https://proteach.net/index.php/site/shop?category=10

SCHEDULE

Your son’s team will receive communication via email or phone call between Mid-Late April from their Head Coach on scheduling details, Pre Season Pro Teach Workout, expectations, etc… We run our regular season in May & June, with the league recommencing in September for Playoffs. This gives you the flexibility to enjoy an uninterrupted summer and being more eager than ever to get back on the field for some late summer ball. Your son will on average have 2 games a week with 1 practice. We play one game on a weekday (Various days) and a game on Saturday afternoons. Practice days will be a weekday.

PHOTO NIGHT

Photo Night will take place at Pro Teach Baseball Facility in May. All players will have an individual portrait taken along with a team photo to commemorate the 2017 baseball year. Photo Packages will be given out at The Pre Season Clinics in Late April & photos will be ready for handout sometime in September.

SEASON END PARTY

Once your fun filled season is complete, your Head Coach will organize a season ending party for the team to celebrate your season. Previous party options have included E-Zone, Laser Quest, Bowling & much more. More details to come from your Coach during the season.

EQUIPMENT

Required pieces of equipment are a glove and baseball cleats. We provide team sets of helmets, bats, catching gear & a full uniform at our Pre Season Clinics (Hat, Jersey, Socks, Belt, Pants).

FIELDS

Ourland Park – 36 Ourland Ave, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 4E1
Queensway South – 8 Avon Park Dr, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 3X3
Tom Riley – 3216 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M8X 1Z4
Wellesworth Park – 55 Dixfield Dr, Etobicoke, ON M9C
Westway – Etobicoke, ON M9P 2C2

UMPIRING

This is a great age to start umpiring and learning the game of baseball from a different perspective. A perfect part time job to balance with playing the sport along with school & any other activities. If you’re son is interested in umpiring for the 2017 season, please contact our Umpire In Chief, Jon Goin, ryblscheduler@outlook.com.

PLAY WITH REQUESTS

Please note that only “reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be considered, per the play-with policy on the RYBL Website. This means that if your son would like to play with another boy, he must select that boy on his Registration, and the other boy must also select your son on his Registration.  (Unfortunately “Non-Reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be rejected, and “Multiple” Play-With Requests will be rejected.  However, all efforts will be made to accommodate proper Reciprocal Play-With Requests.)

REGISTRATION

Please register by March 1, 2017 to maximize the chances of ensuring a spot in the 2017 Boy’s Peewee House League Program, and taking advantage of all possible early-bird savings opportunities.

Thank you for your interest in RYBL, and in the Boy’s Peewee House League Program for 2017!

Kyle Liberto RYBL Boy’s Peewee Convener, 2017 kyle_liberto@live.com

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BOYS BANTAM

Players Born in 2002, 2003

This division is now at capacity and is closed.

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This is our next to highest senior level where baseball is played. Emphasis is still placed on skills development, however position play and strategy become incrementally more important. FUN and team spirit are paramount.

Note: All players in Bantam, Midget and Women Divisions must bring their own CSA-approved batting helmet.

This is our next to highest senior level where baseball is played. Emphasis is still placed on skills development, however position play and strategy become incrementally more important. FUN and team spirit are paramount.

MESSAGE FROM BOY’S BANTAM CONVENOR
Thank you for your interest in Royal York’s 2017 Boy’s Bantam House League Program. This program is geared towards players born in 2002 and 2003. House League is the foundation of our association and we welcome a wide range of ability and experience from beginners of organized baseball to players that have started from as early as Blastball. We also would like to endorse and welcome any parents or volunteers to consider coaching. We offer a ton of resources and tools and work closely with our Player & Coach Development Head, Denny Berni, who continues doing a great job maximizing our coaches skill set, baseball IQ & overall passion to teach the game to our kids.

If interested in summer baseball, a summer instructional program will be offered by the Baseball Professionals at Pro Teach Baseball, in conjunction with RYBL, at an additional cost. Please see the following URL for further information on Summer programs: https://proteach.net/index.php/site/shop?category=10

SCHEDULE
Your son’s team will receive communication vie email or phone call between Mid-Late April from their Head Coach on scheduling details, Pre Season Pro Teach Workout, expectations, etc… We run our regular season in May & June, with the league recommencing in September for Playoffs. This gives you the flexibility to enjoy an uninterrupted summer and being more eager than ever to get back on the field for some late summer ball. Your son will on average have 2 games a week with 1 practice. We play one game on a weekday (Potentially Tuesday) and a game on Saturday afternoons. Practice days will be a weekday.

INTERLOCK
We are very pleased to announce that we will once be interlocking with Bloordale Baseball for the 2017 season. This has been a very positive and rewarding relationship over our many years and gives a more diverse and competitive feel to the Boy’s Bantam Division. We MAY also be joined by The Royal York Girls Bantam House League Program but those details are still TBD (To be determined). We anticipate having anywhere from a 6-8 team loop in 2017.

EQUIPMENT
All players in Bantam, Midget and Women Divisions must bring their own CSA-approved batting helmet. The only other required pieces of equipment are a glove and baseball cleats. We provide a full uniform at our Pre Season Clinics (Hat, Jersey, Socks, Belt, Pants).

FIELDS
Ourland Park – 36 Ourland Ave, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 4E1 Queensway South – 8 Avon Park Dr, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 3X3 Tom Riley – 3216 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M8X 1Z4 Don Russell – 400 Kipling Ave, Etobicoke, ON M8V 2E6 Millwood – Silverthorne Bush Dr, Etobicoke, ON

PLAY WITH REQUESTS
Please note that only “reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be considered, per the play-with policy on the RYBL Website. This means that if your son would like to play with another boy, he must select that boy on his Registration, and the other boy must also select your son on his Registration. (Unfortunately “Non-Reciprocal” Play-With Requests will be rejected, and “Multiple” Play-With Requests will be rejected. However, all efforts will be made to accommodate proper Reciprocal Play-With Requests.)

REGISTRATION
Please register by March 1, 2017 to maximize the chances of ensuring a spot in the 2017 Boy’s Bantam House League, and taking advantage of all possible early-bird savings opportunities.

Thank you for your interest in RYBL, and in the Boy’s Bantam House League Division for 2017!

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GIRLS BANTAM

Players Born in 2001, 2002, 2003

This division is now at capacity and is closed.

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This is our next to highest senior level where baseball is played. Emphasis is still placed on skills development, however position play and strategy become incrementally more important. FUN and team sprit are paramount. The Bantam girls division will be run in conjunction with the Central Ontario Girls Baseball League.

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BOYS MIDGET

Players Born in 1999, 2000, 2001

This division is now at capacity and is closed.

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Midget is the highest level of house league play for boys in the RYBL. Games are played against other Etobicoke house league teams, with home games generally on Thursday nights at Ourlands Park, plus at least one away game on various nights. We try to arrange for friends to play together as much as possible. This division plays all summer (May, June, July, August) and is finished by Labour Day.

Note: All players in Bantam, Midget and Women Divisions must bring their own CSA-approved batting helmet.

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Price: $340.00

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WOMENS

Players Born in 2000 & Earlier

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Expectation
The women’s baseball division is for girls age 16+ and is the highest senior level where baseball is played in the RYBL. It is offered in conjunction with the Ontario Women’s Baseball League, playing games against women’s teams from other leagues. Emphasis is placed on skills development, positional play and strategy while having fun on the field. We welcome anyone who wishes to continue playing, resume playing after years away from the sport, as well as those interested in trying for the first time!

Season / Game Time
Mid May to end of August, generally one game and one practice per week.

Price: $345.00

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JUNIOR AND OLDER BOYS

Players Born in 1998 & Earlier

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RYBL provides limited opportunities for players born in 1998 and earlier.

A limited house league program is available depending on demand and timing. Contact Perry Caicco at perry.caicco@gmail.com for details and/or directions to available programs in Etobicoke.

Price: $0.00

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REP REGISTRATION

DO NOT USE THIS REGISTRATION SECTION UNLESS your son or daughter participated in the September 2016 Rep Tryout process and he/she was contacted by a RYBL Rep Team with an OFFER TO PLAY for that particular team in the 2017 Baseball Season. – See Details.

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Please check this section only if registering for Rep baseball.

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SELECT REGISTRATION

DO NOT USE THIS REGISTRATION SECTION UNLESS your son or daughter participated in the September 2016 Select Tryout process and he/she was contacted by a RYBL Select Team with an OFFER TO PLAY for that particular team in the 2017 Baseball Season. – See Details.

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Price: from $172.00

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Daniel Dacosta Memorial Baseball Tournament

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