Practices have historically been on Sunday afternoon or evening. Typically there is two league games a week, one home game (in the past they have been either Monday, Wednesday or Friday) and an away game.
What does the season look like?
The game play starts in the first week in May, practices may begin in later April depending on the condition of the fields. The exception to this would be if you decide to play “A” Ball, in that case playing would continue until the 3rdweek of July.
What is the dress code?
Grey baseball pants with red Belt, t-shirt or Jersey, with ball cap. T-Shirt and Ball cap are included in your registration fee. A jersey is also provided but will need to be returned at the end of the season.
How far do we have to travel for games?
The other teams that make up the Cub league: 3 or 4 Beaumont Teams, Bawlf, Wetaskiwin, Camrose, Drayton Valley, Leduc, Round Hill, Thorsby and Wetaskiwin. So it is possibly that you will have to attend some or all of these locations for league play.
What options does my daughter have in relation to playing baseball?
Beaumont Minor Ball plans to offer an all girls team at the 11U and 13U levels depending on the number of registrations, or they can also play on a Co-ed team.
What is the difference between house ball and “A” Ball?
“A” Ball is played in the YEGA league, which in previous years has been made up of teams from the Edmonton and Surrounding Area. The 'A' team will usually attend provincials as well, but it is not required.
If you are interested in playing ‘A’ ball after the regular season, there are an additional 10 games and travel may be to anywhere in Alberta depending on which communities register a team. Baseball Alberta will usually group teams to minimize travel during 2 weekends of round robin play followed by the provincial championship weekend. The ‘A’ team games will be played over the 1st three weekends in July with the final game being played on the 3rd weekend of July.
‘A’ ball is considered more competitive and there may be tryouts depending on the number of players interested. Game results and standings are tracked by Baseball Alberta and there is a provincial championship team at the end of the season.
Where can I find more information about the Cub League and the YEGA league?