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    Richmond City wins 18U Fall...

    For the second year in a row RCBA played host to BC Baseball’s 18U year-end Fall Ball Tournament. Nine team... read more 
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    Abbotsford Angels win 13U ...

    The Abbotsford Angels represented BC at the 13U Western Canadian championships in Saskatoon. The team came ... read more 
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    Prince George wins 18U AA C...

    Prince George hosted and Won the 2016 18U AA Provincial Championship this past weekend.
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    Congratulation's to the 1...

    Victoria’s Triangle team receives gold in the 2016 Provincials, with a unbelievable 5-0 victory over the n... read more 
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    Port Coquitlam takes 15U A...

    Great victory over Burnaby by the Port Coquitlam team to capture the gold medal, in a tight final game at t... read more 
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    Surrey wins 13U A Title

    Surrey takes win over Abottsford in the 13U A Provincial championship, with great play throughout the tourn... read more 
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    Delta Tigers Win 15U AAA Title

    The Delta Tigers defeated Vancouver Minor 8-5 in the Championship game to win the 2016 BC Baseball 15U AAA Provin... read more 
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    Chilliwack Cougars Win firs...

    The Chilliwack Cougars won the Gold medal at the first ever BC Baseball College Prep Championship held in W... read more 
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    2016 Jr Men's Tier 1 Champi...

    Ridge Meadows hosted the Junior Men’s Tier 1 and Tier 2 Championships at Hammond Park, Thank you to all of ... read more 
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    Cowichan Valley wins 18U ...

    Cowichan Valley Mustangs won the Gold medal at the 18U AAA Provincial Championship held at Latrace field ... read more 
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    White Rock Tritons-11U AAA ...

    White Rock Tritons Mosquito AAA captured the Tier 1 BC Provincial Championship hosted by COMBA in exciting ... read more 
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    Cloverdale Spurs 10U Provin...

    Congratulations to Cloverdale Spurs 10U Provincial Champions as they defeated White Rock Tritons 8-7 in a t... read more 
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    18U (Midget) Elite Showcase

    Midget baseball is taking a giant leap forward. B.C. Mi... read more 

15U AA/AAA Fall Meetings

Passing of Randy Cormack

News & Announcements


Statement Regarding Randy Downes Charges

by BC Baseball Association, 2016-10-13T08:44:47-07:00October 13 2016, at 08:44 AM PDT

Baseball BC, BC (Minor) Baseball and Coquitlam-Moody Minor Baseball have been informed today that Randy Downes, President of Coquitlam-Moody and a long-time baseball coach, has been arrested and is facing nine criminal charges involving young people.

Baseball BC, BC (Minor) Baseball and Coquitlam-Moody Minor Baseball will not be commenting on the charges themselves, as the matter is before the courts.

Coquitlam-Moody Minor Baseball has suspended Randy from all baseball, volunteer and board activity, effective immediately.

After consulting with the RCMP, we have no information on any individual alleged victims involved with baseball. Should we become aware of any individual potential victims, we will try to assist them in accessing all appropriate resources.

Consistent with Baseball BC and BC (Minor) Baseball policies, Coquitlam-Moody Minor Baseball requires criminal record checks from all its coaches. Randy Downes has complied with this requirement.

The RCMP will be holding a press conference this afternoon. They are expected to encourage parents and anyone else who may have relevant knowledge or have questions, to contact the RCMP.

Baseball BC, BC (Minor) Baseball and Coquitlam-Moody Baseball place a high priority on all aspects of safety when young people participate in sports.

Past Announcements

Richmond City wins 18U Fall Ball tourney

2016-10-03 12:44 PDT by BC Baseball Association (0 Comments)

For the second year in a row RCBA played host to BC Baseball’s 18U year-end Fall Ball Tournament. Nine teams from around the province travelled to Richmond this past weekend with games being played at Blundell North and Latrace field. Ridge M... [more]

2017 John Main Tournament

2016-09-27 10:17 PDT by BC Baseball Association (0 Comments)

2017 John Main 13U (Peewee) AA Tournament
The 16 team, 2017 John Main 13U AA Tournament will run Thurs-Sun, May 25-28, lower mainland location TBA. Entry fee is $400.00. Any Ass... [more]

Baseball to return to Olympics in 2020

2016-08-17 11:44 PDT by BC Baseball Association (0 Comments)

OTTAWA-Baseball will return to the Olympic program for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games it was announced today by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) after a unanimous vote by the body’s general assembly in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. “Having... [more]

Abbotsford Angels win 13U Westerns.

2016-08-15 11:24 PDT by BC Baseball Association (0 Comments)

The Abbotsford Angels represented BC at the 13U Western Canadian championships in Saskatoon. The team came from the qualifier playing some of their best baseball of the season. The Abbotsford team added three players, Noah Thomas, Aaron Vulcano and Max Yuen. The tea... [more]

Fall Ball plans underway

2016-08-11 11:09 PDT by BC Baseball Association (0 Comments)

August 10, 2016
Re: Fall Ball Programming

B.C. Baseball is announcing the following details as to the structure of Fall Ball t... [more]

Prince George wins 18U AA Championship

2016-08-11 10:52 PDT by BC Baseball Association (0 Comments)

Prince George hosted and Won the 2016 18U AA Provincial Championship this past weekend.

Discussion Board


No recent activity Chilliwack is accepting applications for Bantam AAA and Midget AAA coaches
Chilliwack Minor is accepting applications for Bantam AAA and Midget AAA coaches. Applications will be due November 1. Please send their applications to Brent Bogart at:vp@chilliwackminorbaseball.com
Last Post: October 12, 2016 at 10:33pm pdt Started By: John Braaten


No recent activity North Langley looking for Midget AAA and Bantam AA Coaches
interested parties please contact Mark Burgess at 604-366-6987 or moe1685@gmail.com
Last Post: October 11, 2016 at 01:18pm pdt Started By: Mark Burgess


No recent activity RCBA - looking for 2017 15U AA Head Coach
Richmond City Baseball Association is seeking a dynamic, responsible role-model to provide instruction and coaching for the 15U AA program under the direction of 15U AA/AAA General Manager Alex Klenman. As part of RCBA’s initiative to place a greater emphasis on player development and to provide more opportunities for players wishing to play in a “rep” program, the 15U AA team is directly affiliated with our 15U AAA program. The goal of this two-team 15U Bantam rep approach is to provide a more focused product, and wider developmental reach. Establishing and maintaining a direct relationship between AAA and AA will help first-year players potentially graduate to the AAA program as second-year players. In addition a more performance-oriented AA program will provide a greater developmental platform for second-year players that will aid in their transition from Bantam AA to potentially Midget AAA. 15U AA/AAA will intend to run joint practices both pre-season and throughout the season when schedules permit. Working with Alex he will introduce consistent systems play and approach, so first-year AA players will find less barrier to entry into AAA as second-year players, and second-year players will receive similar developmental opportunities that will help them move on to higher levels of play the following season. Both coaching staffs of the AAA and AA candidates will train together through Winter programming. Evaluations and tryouts will be held in the spring, and the AAA and AA rosters will be named in late February/early March. General Manager Alex Klenman will oversee the 15U AA team throughout the Spring and Summer Seasons. The 15U AA season starts in January with team selection try-outs and includes between 30 and 40+ league, tournament and exhibition games throughout B.C., the season concludes with the Provincials Championships in early August with a possibility of representing B.C. at the Western Championship. The ideal candidate is someone who is prepared to put in the necessary amount of time and energy required to coach young baseball players, enjoys teaching the game, exhibits patience, and will promote a safe and positive baseball environment under the guidance of this program. A successful candidate will work jointly with 15U AAA conveying a common and consistent messaging of on-field and off-field program goals to aid in the progression through this program. Interested candidates must be willing to complete their required NCCP coaching certification for 15U AA. Also, go through the standard Richmond City Baseball Security Background Check prior to the start of the Spring Season. Richmond City Baseball Program that provides a unique opportunity to build on your coaching credentials. If you have what it takes and would like to help build a dynamic new baseball program please contact RCBA President John Braaten by December 31st at president@richmondcitybaseball.ca. Thanks, John Braaten President RCBA
Last Post: September 09, 2016 at 06:15pm pdt Started By: John Braaten


Once again VMBA will be running programs for all divisions from Tadpole up to Midget. If your association plans on hosting a tournament or simply wish to set up exhibition games , please contact Steve McCann. Further to the above VMBA permits players from outside their normal boundaries shall your home association not offer a program. If you would like to schedule games or have questions with regards to registration or any of the above. Please feel free to give me a call at anytime. Thank you, Steve McCann (778) 875-2352
Last Post: August 09, 2016 at 08:21pm pdt Started By: Steve McCann


Tricity Indians 18U AAA will start their Fall Ball program on September 12 to October 28. The program will be run by JJ Hyde, Dave Bird and Curtis Hutson, together with guest coaches. This program is open to all 18U aged players, who aim for high performance training and development; and are interested to be part of the 2017 Tricity Indians 18U AAA Single season team. Training schedule as follows: Mondays and Wednesdays (6pm-7:30pm) Baseball specific strength and conditioning at Riverside High School (Port Coquitlam Tuesdays (5:30pm-7:30pm) and Saturdays (10am-noon) Field training – hitting, fielding, throwing, catching at pitching at Thompson Park (Port Coquitlam)Exhibition games and inter-squads are on the weekends. The team will also participate in the Fall Tournament hosted by BC Baseball. **Note, the field training is dependent on the weather. Cost: $175.00 per player. Fee does not include fall uniform for new players. Fee is due on the first day of training. If you are interested, please email: TCIndians@pocominorbaseball.com with player’s name, DOB, contact number, email address, playing position and last season’s team.
Last Post: August 08, 2016 at 09:02pm pdt Started By: TC Indians Midget AAA Coordinator

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