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Erindale Cardinals


Erindale Cardinals is an affiliate of Mississauga Recreation and Parks. We offer boy's house league and rep baseball for 13-21 yr olds, girl's softball for 7 - 22 yr olds, and ladies recreational softball for 23 yr olds and up. We are also members of the Mississauga Girls Softball Association, and Baseball Ontario. 

2021 Baseball Rep/Select Tryouts:

COBA 15U Select (2007/2006)

Monday September 21st and Tuesday September 22nd @ 9th Line Sports Park - South Diamond - 6:30PM

Contact Head Coach - John Ferren - johnferren@rogers.com
COBA 14U Rep Tier 1 (2007) are looking for 2 players. Contact Head Coach - Jeff Scupham - jscuppy13@gmail.com or 647-261-4053 for tryout/info.

House League Cancels Season

The Erindale Executive has made the difficult decision to cancel the season for our 15U/18U/21U house league baseball teams and all our house league softball teams.

All refunds have been processed. Those that registered via Teamsnap have been refunded through them. All others will receive a cheque in the mail. If you have not received your refund by July 15, please email us at erindale@erindalecardinals.ca

COVID-19 Update #2

Please see Covid-19 update #2 here

COVID 19 Update (Updated May 5, 2020)

At this time, all Erindale Cardinal baseball and softball activity is under suspension until further notice. This includes all clinics, practices, meetings and team events.

Please see the attached media release from Baseball Ontario. Baseball Ontario has suspended all activity till May 31.

Softball Ontario has also suspended all activity till May 18. Their press release can be found here

Anne Dundon Inducted to Mississauga Sports Hall of Fame

Long time Erindale volunteer and Past President Anne Dundon will be inducted into the Mississauga Sports Hall of Fame on June 12.

Anne was Erindale's longest serving President, from 2002-2017. Anne also served as District 1 District Administrator and on the National Board for Little League Canada.

Please join us in congratulation Anne on this well deserved honour.

Mississauga News story