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Greetings Families of Alexander Park,

 

As you are probably aware, the future of the 2020 season is in jeopardy due to the Covid-19 virus and the benefits of physical distancing to combat it’s spread.

 

At this time the 2020 baseball season is in a holding pattern until such time as the confidence in the safety of our players, families and volunteers is restored. This includes any activities where groups will congregate meaning all clinics, practices, games and live registrations have been suspended or cancelled until further notice.

 

Our registration this season is understandably quite lower than previous years.  If you are planning to register and have not to this point, we ask that you register online as we are tracking numbers for the purpose of uniforms in case a baseball season is possible.  If the season is cancelled all monies paid will be refunded minus the PayPal fee.

 

We will provide updates as they become available to us.

 

Wishing for good health to you all,

Alexander Park Executive

ALEXANDER PARK

Baseball Registration

is now open for the 2020 season!

 

To see the latest from Baseball Ontario regarding COVID-19 please click here

 

Note: new for the 2020 season, parents guardians must read and give consent to the Baseball Ontario Waiver

 

For Online Registrations please click on the left tab, completing the form with consent, and then submit.  Payment can then be made by clicking on the Online Store and paying for the appropriate Division(s).

 

For Mail-In or Drop-Off Registrations, download the Registration Form and Baseball Ontario Waiver Form from the Mail-In Registration tab on the left.  Complete both forms and mail or drop off along with payment to the address on the top of the Registration Form.

 

Live Registration Dates

 

Sunday, March 8 (Super Sunday) @ Coronation Arena - 8:00am – 1:00pm

 

Saturday March 14 @ Alexander Park Clubhouse – 9:00am – 12 noon

 

Saturday, March 21 @ Coronation Arena – 8:00am – 12 noon CANCELLED

 

Saturday, April 4 @ Alexander Park Clubhouse – 8:00am – 12 noon CANCELLED

 

 

 Umpire Clinics have been postponed for this season. 

Baseball Ontario is investigating online learning options.

More details to be provided by April 3rd.

 

Level 3 Superclinic has been cancelled.  Umpires will certify via an online exam as they did in 2019.

The  Exam  will  be  made  available March  23rd.

Payments  already  received  will  be  transferred  to  exam  registrations. 

 

 

Expected game nights for 2020 Season
Please note: Game night's may be subject to change, schedule will be finalized late April 2020, season begins week of May 18th to mid-August.

Practices are at the discretion of the coaches.  Games may be cancelled/postponed due to weather or any unforeseen circumstance. 

 

T-Ball - Thursdays at 6:00 pm (starts early June working on skills, 5 games starting in July into August)

 

Rookieball - Monday & Thursday at 6:00 pm sharp (14 Regular Season Games + 2 Tournaments)

 

Mosquito - Monday & Wednesday at 6:00 pm sharp (16 Regular Season Games + 2 Tournaments)

 

Peewee - Tuesday & Thursday at 6:00 pm sharp (16 Regular Season Games + 2 Tournaments)

 

Bantam - Mostly Wednesday + other Weeknights at 6:00 pm & some 8:30 pm starts (18 Regular Season Games + 2 Tournaments)

 

Midget - Mostly Tuesday + other Weeknights at 6:00 pm and some 8:30 pm starts (20 Regular Season Games + 2 Tournaments)

 

Generally half the games are at Alexander Park, half the games are traveling to other parks in Hamilton area.

 

Follow this link to view the 2019 Schedules  as examples.

 

Latest News


Feb 11, 2020, 2:20 pm

MidSummer Tourney

   

Division

Date

Host Park

Rookie

July 6-12

Dofasco/WM

Mosquito

July 13-19

Mahoney

Peewee

July 6-12

Alexander

Bantam

July 13-19

West Mtn.

Midget

July 6-12

East Mtn.

     
     

City Championships

   

Division

Date

Host Park

Rookie

August 17-23

Dofasco/WM

Mosquito

August 24-30

West Mountain

Peewee

August 17-23

Alexander

Bantam

August 24-30

Mahoney

Midget

August 10-16

East Mtn.

     

 


Feb 11, 2020, 2:19 pm

Greetings Alexander Park Families,

*ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN*

Below is a list of our live registration dates for the 2019 season:

Sunday, March 8 (Super Sunday) @ Coronation Arena - 8:00am – 1:00pm

Saturday March 14 @ Alexander Park Clubhouse – 8:00am – 1:00pm

Saturday, March 21 @ Coronation Arena – 8:00am – 12 noon

Saturday, April 5 @ Alexander Park Clubhouse – 8:00am – 12 noon

 


Feb 4, 2020, 8:33 am

Attention Alexander Park Families,

Umpire Clinics have been scheduled.  Please follow the link below and register as soon possible as these clinics do fill up.

 

Level 1 / Level II Clinic is April 25th @ Bishop Tonnos High School – Hamilton

https://www.baseballontario.com/Umpires/Club/UmpireClinicMM.aspx?TopMenuID=10006&menuID=392

 

Level III Clinic is May 3rd @ Westdale High School – Hamilton

https://www.baseballontario.com/Umpires/program/Special.aspx?TopMenuID=10006

 


Jan 30, 2020, 1:18 pm

ALEXANDER PARK Baseball Registration is now open for the 2020 season!


Jun 27, 2019, 8:26 am

MIDSUMMER TOURNAMENT IS COMING - Please consider volunteering a couple of hours July 6 or July 7 on our bbq or in the clubhouse


Coaches Corner


Baseball Ontario Coaches Link
Jan 27, 2020, 9:22 am

Click below for some coaching resources:

 

https://www.baseballontario.com/Coach/?TopMenuID=10004

 


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