REGISTRAION IS CLOSED as of June 10th

Update - June 12, 2020 - Return to play approved, please click here for most recent updated info & tryout info from Bonivital Baseball in regards to the 2020 season.  Registration closed June 10th, teams are currently being made.

If you are still interested in playing but missed the registration please contact baseball@dakotacc.com or mark@dakotacc.com. We will do our best to accommodate requests but cannot guarantee spots after teams are set.

NEW THIS SEASON: As directed by Baseball Manitoba, all player must complete a waiver as part of the registration process. For more information on registration and to complete the waiver, click here

If you’ve previously registered for baseball but have decided not to play this year, click here for more information regarding refunds.

 

Youth Baseball 2020

We are pleased to provide a program that focuses on skill development for all ages, combining competitive play and sportsmanship in a fun baseball environment.

General Program Information 

Dakota Community Centre is part of the Bonivital Baseball Association and teams can be made up of players throughout the Bonivital catchment. At the younger age groups up to 11U (Mosquito) you can make a friend request, but the friend must be from the same home community centre. i.e. Dakota. Dakota Baseball will do its best to accommodate these requests but cannot guarantee that all requests will be fulfilled.
 

Tryouts

All players registered in Bonivital are invited to attend District Tryouts for AA and AAA teams. To view the tryout schedule and learn more about registration visit https://bonivitalbaseball.ca/program-information/tryout-information/.

Coaches

Coaches are the cornerstone of the sport experience for young players and thus essential for the success of youth sport programs at Dakota CC. If you are interested in volunteering as a coach or manager in 2020, please let us know when registering online

Fair Play

The Dakota Baseball Program focuses on principles of Fair Play. We will do our best to see that:

  • All children are given the same chance to participate, regardless of gender, ability, ethnic background or race;
  • Winning is kept in proper perspective;
  • Coaches and officials are capable of promoting fair play as well as the development of good technical skills.

Programs and Age Groups

  • Rally Cap (7U players born in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)

The Rally Cap Program is baseballs initiation program and is designed to enhance players' and coaches' first experience with the game for players 4-7 years old.

The format involves three teams of 6 - 7 players that meet at the park at the same time. Two teams play a 20 minute game, while one team practices in the outfield. Every 20 minutes they switch, so that each team plays offense and defense and has one practice in the 60 minutes session.

For more information on the Rally Cap program please visit the Baseball Manitoba website at http://www.baseballmanitoba.ca/rally-cap.

  • Grand Slam (9U players born in 2011, 2012)

The Grand Slam Program is designed to promote physical development of children through the game of baseball.

There are no hard and fast rules for Grand Slam. Baseball Canada has put forth guidelines; teams of 6 - 7, all players in the infield, all players bat each inning, no walks or strikeouts, etc. Typical game days could include a 15-30 minute practice and then a game with another team afterward. 60-90 minutes total.

For more information on the Grand Slam program please visit the Baseball Manitoba website at http://www.baseballmanitoba.ca/grand-slam.

Age Groups 11U-18U

  • Mosquito 11U (players born in 2009, 2010; girls playing at this age group can be born in 2008)
  • Pee Wee 13U (players born in 2007, 2008; girls playing at this age group can be born in 2006)
  • Bantam 15U (players born in 2005, 2006; girls playing at this age group can be born in 2004)
  • 18U (players born in 2002, 2003, 2004; girls playing at this age group can be born in 2001)

 

*As per Baseball Manitoba regulations, girls can play an extra year/be an over aged player at each group starting at Mosquito 11U.

 

2020 Registration Fees:

7U Rally Cap

$140.00

9U Grand Slam

$170.00

11U Mosquito

$265.00

13U Pee Wee

$280.00

15U Bantam

$300.00

18U

$455.00

 

 

Program and Game/Practice Dates

  • Bonivital Baseball is currently working on a schedule for a modified season. More information about

Competitive Levels

  • 11U has two competitive levels (A & AA)
  • 13U/15U/18U has three competitive levels (AAA – high level of performance and coaching, AA – Competitive baseball, playing in a city wide league, A – Development house league baseball where no tryouts are required.)

All players will be required to supply their own glove, batting helmet and shoes/cleats.

Playing Fields

Dakota is part of the Bonivital Baseball Association, and games are played throughout the region. Home games for Dakota teams are played at the following locations:

  • George McDowell School (Rally Cap and Grand Slam teams)
  • Highbury Field (Grand Slam and Mosquito teams)
  • Burland Field (Grand Slam, Pee Wee and Bantam teams)
  • Whittier Park (18U teams)

Note:

Rally Cap (7U), Grand Slam (9U) and Mosquito (11U) A games are all played within the Bonivital area.

Mosquito (11U) AA and 13U, 15U and 18U games are played in various locations throughout the city.



Registration

To view Dakota CC catchment area map click HERE.

Registration Dates & Late Fees:
​*Regular registration: Saturday, February 15 - until further notice
​*Late registration: late fees are waived at this time

 

Click the button below to register!
 

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Questions?

Baseball Convenor; Chris Chapman
baseball@dakotacc.com​   

or Director of Operations Mark Spencer at (204) 254-1010 ext. 212; mark@dakotacc.com