Last Updated: April 21, 2017
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  • May 16th Midgets season starts
  • May 24th Rookie, Mosquito, Peewee, and Bantam season starts
  • June 2nd T Ball season starts
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Monday, May 15, 2017   6:00 PM

Save the date on your calendars! The Blue Jays Baseball Academy will be running an instructional clinic on Saturday, July 8th from 3-7 at the Binbrook Fairgrounds. 

It is with great anticipation the Binbrook Baseball Association announces that we will be hosting an instructional clinic run by the Blue Jays Baseball Academy. This clinic serves to compliment our association's player development initiatives.

Qualified Blue Jays instructors will focus on teaching young players of all abilities the fundamental skills of baseball in a fun and structured atmosphere. The clinic will be four hours in length. During the clinic, players will rotate through drills that will deal with skills such as: hitting, throwing, fielding, pitching, and base running. Coaches will also be asked to come onto the field and observe the drills that will be run and have the opportunity to ask the instructors questions.

The Blue Jays Instructional Clinic fee is only $55 per player. The clinic is open to any player 8-14 yrs of age. Registration for the clinic will open in April on the MLB website. Watch our website for more information as it becomes available. 

Please note that this is also the weekend of the Hamilton District Baseball Association Rookie Ball and Peewee Midsummer Classics.



HDBA 2017 Dates to Remember

May 15th Midget interlock season starts

May 23rd Rookie, Mosquito, Peewee, and Bantam interlock season starts


June 1st T-Ball interlock season starts



July 5th-9th

 Rookie Midsummer Classic (Dofasco)

Peewee Midsummer Classic (Alexander)

Midget Midsummer Classic (East Mountain)



July 12th-16th

Mosquito Midsummer Classic (Mahoney)

Bantam Midsummer Classic (West Mountain)



Aug 14th-20th

Rookie City Championships (Dofasco)

Peewee City Championships (Alexander)

Midget City Championships (East Mountain)



Aug 21st-27th

Mosquito City Championships (West Mountain)

Bantam City Championships (Mahoney)



Lightning Safety

Lightning, please remember that the baseball season is a prime time for thunder storms, so be aware of lightning. If you hear Thunder and/or see Lightning, immediately cease play and seek suitable shelter. Wait 30 minutes after the last sound of thunder or flash of lightning before leaving shelter. Half of all lightning deaths occur after the storm passes. Stay in a safe area until you are sure the threat has passed. If there is no suitable safe shelter available, games are to be considered cancelled. Alexander Park, Bernie Arbour Stadium, Dofasco Park, and Volunteer Field are the only parks considered to have suitable safe shelter so long as the facilities are open, available and provide adequate space for all participants for use.






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