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2018 Rep Midget Team
*Any players that move to teams that do not have their playing rights, require a local release and possibly a regional release to try out for teams in Toronto.
TBA constitution By-Law VIII-Player Movement d)6):
A player attending a team’s tryouts must have possession of a Player Release signed by the appropriate signing authorities.
YORK BASEBALL 2017 17TH ANNUAL MIKE O'HARA MIDGET TOURNAMENT
2017 17th Annual Mike O'Hara Midget Canada Day Wood Bat Classic
York Baseball will be holding their 17th Annual Canada Day Weekend Midget Baseball Tournament at Keelesdale Park from June 29 - July 2, 2017.
Anyone interested in the 2018 tournament information, please Email Peter Zakkak - firstname.lastname@example.org
Champions - Brampton Royals 17U
Finalists - West Toronto 17U
Champions - Etobicoke Rangers 18U
Finalists - West Toronto Wildcats 18U
No Champion - Rained Out
Congratulations to the West Toronto 18U team for winning this year's 14th Annual Mike O'Hara Midget Tournament.
Winning 2-1 in the bottom of the 11th inning off a walk-off homerun vs Niagara Falls.
***Permission to Try Out Form***
TBA PLAYER TRYOUT PERMISSION FORM USE OF FORM:
1. This form is to be used when a TBA Club/Association chooses to grant permission to any of its players to attend a tryout/ training camp of another baseball club within the TBA.
2. Each player is required by the TBA Rules and Regulations to present this form to the General Manager and/or Head Coach of the team for which the player is trying out.
3. NO TBA Club/Association is to allow any player from outside its association to participate without either this signed form or an actual signed release form. Sanctions SHALL be applied where circumstances warrant.
4. It is the sole decision of the player’s most recent TBA Club/Association as to whether or not to grant the permission for the player to tryout.
5. Permission can only be granted: i) if the player’s current team has already completed its entire season; and ii) if the start and end dates outlined in the “DATES PERMISSION IS BEING GRANTED FOR” Section are between the first Tuesday following Labour Day and April 30th. NOTE the form is only valid for the dates outlined in the “DATES PERMISSION IS BEING GRANTED FOR” Section.
6. Note this form is not necessary if a player has already secured a release from his/her TBA Association.
Please Click the link below for the form. Also you must bring that form to the tryouts! It's a MUST!
2016 YORK BLUE JAYS DUNDAS TOURNAMENT FINALISTS
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE YORK BLUE JAYS FOR GOING 3-2 IN A HARD FOUGHT TOURNAMENT WHERE THEY FINISHED AS FINALISTS LOSING TO THE BURLINGTON BULLS 8-4 IN THE FINALS.
YORK BLUE JAYS 2013 "AA" MIDGET TBA CHAMPS
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE YORK BLUE JAYS FOR WINNING THE 2013 "AA" MIDGET TBA CHAMPIONSHIP.
2013 MIDGET "AA" PLAYOFFS
MIDGET "AA" PLAYOFFS STARTS FRIDAY AUGUST 9, 2013 AT KEELESDALE PARK
DOUBLE KNOCK-OUT RULE IN EFFECT
GAME 1 - (1) EAST YORK 10 VS. (4) NORTH TORONTO 0 - 6:00 PM START TIME
GAME 2 - (2) YORK 2 VS. (3) SCARBOROUGH 3 - 8:30 PM START TIME
SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 2013 SCHEDULE - AT KEELESDALE PARK
GAME 3 - WINNER OF GM1 EAST YORK 8 VS. WINNER OF GM 2 SCARBOROUGH 7 (8 INNINGS)- 10:00 AM START TIME
GAME 4 - LOSER OF GAME 1 NORTH TORONTO 0 VS. LOSER OF GAME 2 YORK 6 - 1:00 PM START TIME
GAME 5 - LOSER OF GM 3 SCARBOROUGH 13 VS. WINNNER OF GM 4 YORK 14 - 4:00 PM START TIME
SUNDAY AUGUST 11, 2013 SCHDULE - AT NEILSON PARK
GAME 6 - WINNER OF GM 3 EAST YORK 7 VS. WINNER OF GM 5 YORK 8 - 10:00 AM START TIME
GAME 7 (IF NEC.) - LOSER OF GM 6 EAST YORK 1 VS. WINNER OF GM 6 YORK 4 - 2:00 PM START TIME
YORK BLUE JAYS DUNDAS TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE YORK BLUE JAYS MIDGET BASEBALL TEAM FOR WINNING THE 2012 DUNDAS (HAMILTON) MIDGET TOURNAMENT.
***Player Release Policy and Form***
TBA PLAYER RELEASE PROTOCOL:
Under the TBA constitution a player is properly registered with a local association team when the team
roster is signed by the player (if the player is younger than 18, by a parent) and then approved by the
TBA Registrar. The player’s playing rights remain with that local association team for the following
year if it continues to operate a team in the series for which the player’s age qualifies him/her. In
addition, should a player not register with a TBA club but play either professional baseball or with a
team that participates in a programme that is not under OBA jurisdiction, said player’s playing rights
remain with the TBA local association with which the player last registered.
If a player wishes to register with another team, it is necessary to obtain a release. To do so the player or
parent should prepare the TBA Player Release Form, which may be downloaded from this site. The form
should then be submitted to the President, Secretary or Registrar of the local association holding the
playing rights. It should be noted that managers and coaches are not authorized to approve releases,
except in the case of Senior teams.
If the release is approved, the form must be signed in the designated place (A) by the proper local
association authority and returned to the player/parent involved. This release should then be given to the
manager or coach of any new team with which the player wishes to register.
If the release request is denied, the form must be signed in the designated place (B) by the proper local
association authority and returned to the player/parent involved. The player/parent then has the right to
appeal the denial of the release request to the TBA President who will appoint a committee consisting of
a minimum of 3 members of the TBA Executive Committee to hear the appeal. If this TBA committee
also denies the request for release, the player/parent may appeal the decision to Baseball Ontario.
If a player released from a local association wishes to register with a team outside of Toronto, a further
release is required from the TBA.
Please Click the link below for the form if requiring a release or inquiring about the release policy