Frequently Asked Questions

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Q:  Do returning players need to set up a new account for 2018?

A:  NO, we have the same website for 2019.  Only new players who did not register in 2018 must do the full registration process.

Q: What is the cost of registration?

A:  The player registration fee for the 2019 season is $140 per individual which includes a complimentary custom jersey number of your choice (up to 2 digits only).

Q: What are your accepted payment methods?

A: You may pay for your membership via our preferred payment method of Interac Etransfer.

Q:  What is a Team Sponsorship?

A:  A Team Sponsorship allows an organization to have their own custom team jerseys and the option of up to five players to form the core of their sponsored team with the league drafting the remaining players.

Q:  What is the fee for Team Sponsorships?

A:  Team Sponsorships cost $500 per team to cover the expense of the custom team jerseys for their sponsored team.

Q: Who can register?

A: Anyone over the age of 19, male and female. Individuals can register with one other colleague they will like to play with. 

Q: What does the player registration fee include?

A: Player registration fee includes participation in all regular season games, playoff games, and a team jersey.  Player is responsible for purchasing their own equipment (glove, shoes, batting helmet, etc.)

Q:  What equipment does the league provide?

A:  The league provides the bases, balls, shared batting helmets and catcher's equipment (helmet with face guard, chest protector and leg guards).

Q: Where and when do we play?

A: All regular season and playoff games are played in Brampton at Sesquicentennial Park at Diamonds 4 and 8. Regular Season games are played every Wednesday night beginning in early May until Mid September.  Playoffs games begin in September and are completed on Playoff Weekend

Q: What time are games played at?

A: Games start at either  6:30 PM, 7:50 PM, or 9:10 PM every Wednesday. Playoffs to be announced.  Games schedules are created with the intent of giving all teams a fairly balanced number of games at each game time and on each playing field.

Q: How competitive is the league?

A: The league is a recreational non-competitive co-ed softball league with minor rule changes. Balls and strikes are called, and stealing is allowed.

Q: What baseball organizational rules are followed?

A: Slo-Pitch Ontario rules are followed with slight modifications. Visit league rules for further details.

Q: How many teams make the playoffs?

A: All teams make the playoffs and play at least 3 games

Q: When are league meetings held?

A: Captains meetings are held throughout the season. The annual general meeting is held at the end of the season. (TBA)