Cloverdale Minor Baseball is looking for members who would like to become more involved in the association to fill a number of important volunteer positions, as listed below. Each position qualifies as fulfilling the required annual volunteer duty per registered player.
If you are interested in one of the positions, and would like more information, please contact email@example.com.
The Concession Manager is an executive position, requiring attendance at monthly board meetings. The Concession Manager oversees the operation of the concession (which is open from the start of April through the August long weekend), working with the concession crew chiefs to ensure the concession's proper staffing and operation, and working with the association treasurer to accurate financial control and reporting.
The Concession Manager position does not include physically working in the concession. They concession manager may optionally chose to also work as a paid concession crew chief, working in the day to day operation of the concession, which could also include the purchasing and ordering or product, and cleaning and maintenance of equipment.
Web Site Maintenance
Cloverdale Baseball requires one or two more people to help with the day to day maintenance of the web site. This requires people who have good communication skills, and some technical savvy. Ability to directly edit HTML code is a definite asset, as is experience with Excel (which we use to create import files for scheduled games, events, DIBS, etc).
Other Available Positions
Cloverdale Nationals College Prep & our affiliated Midget AAA program are running a Fall Ball Program to identify those players we will take into Winter Training and beyond.
This fall we are also putting together a Select Team to compete in the BLE Best of the West Qualifier in Kamloops and we are currently identifying players
Click the "College Prep Fall Ball Information" Heading above for FULL PROGRAM INFO
Toronto Blue Jays T12
Cloverdale Minor Baseball is very proud to announce that five of its own have been chosen to play at this years Toronto Blue Jays Tournament 12 event in Toronto. Tournament 12 (T-12) is a national amateur baseball tournament held at Rogers Centre in Toronto, September 14-17, 2017. The goal of T12 is to provide a showcase opportunity for the best 160 amateur Canadian baseball players with college eligibility, as identified by Toronto Blue Jays scouting staff. T12 acts to centralize the best Canadian baseball players, with the intention of exposing them to as many pro and college scouts as possible. Congratulations and best of luck to:
Daniel Gernon - Current Cloverdale National Midget College Prep Player
Tyson McInnes - Current Cloverdale National Midget College Prep Player
Representing Team BC at Canada Games in Winnipeg
Daniel Gernon - Current Cloverdale National Midget College Prep Player
The Cloverdale Spurs 10U All Star team topped off an improbable season with a victory over the White Rock Tritons in the Gold medal game of last weekend’s Provincial Championships in Richmond.
The Spurs qualified as the #1 seed in the Championship after going undefeated in league play and the team sporting an overall record of 26 wins and only 1 loss, that coming at the hands of the Tritons in the final game of the Can Am Cup. After victories over Comox, Abbotsford, Vernon and Tri City in the round robin portion of the Championship, Cloverdale knocked off Ridge Meadows in the semi –final, leading them to a return date with the Tritons in the Championship Game. The Spurs jumped out to an 8-2 lead, but White Rock battled back in the later innings. The Cloverdale defense held firm, and the Spurs walked away with a 10-8 victory earning them the Gold Medal.
Back Row: Coaches Darren Gebert, Cam Gair, Jeff Leith, Brian Ginther
Middle: Logan Ginther, Logan Gebert, Jack Roberts, Carter Leith, Joey Tanasichuk, Oliver Knorn, Ty Jeffrey, Cole Grandia
Front Row: Sawyer Laven, Lukas Dance, Cohen Ginther, Duncan Gair, Mathew Fortuna
Cloverdale Baseball is happy to announce that Melanie Poitras has assume the role of our Social Media Director, and will oversee information that will be posted to our association Facebook page, Twitter account, or other social media platforms.
While we have not yet formalized a policy on what types of information is appropriate to be posted onto the association web site versus Facebook or Twitter, you are encouraged to send Melanie any pertinent information to Melaniebrockbank@hotmail.com and she can determine where it should be posted (please send the information in the format to be posted as much as possible).
Cloverdale Baseball's social media info can be found on on our web site at Cloverdale Baseball Social Media Feeds, or directly on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CloverdaleSpurs/, or Twitter at https://twitter.com/cloverdalespurs (or tag us @CloverdaleSpurs on your tweets).
Charlie, Equipment Manager will be at the Equipment Room the following times for equipment and uniform returns:
Coaches are required to collect uniforms from their players first before returning to Charlie. Special arrangements can be made for players to return directly to Charlie if you cannot meet your coach.
Equipment bags are required to be cleaned out and equipment cleaned before return. Charlie cannot be expected to clean the returned equipment.
The Cloverdale Red Spurs 8U All Star Team went wire to wire to become the Boulanger Tournament Champions. In the inaugural year for this division in the Boulanger Tournament the team completed the round robin portion of the tournament with a perfect 4 - 0 record. With their explosive offence and stingy defence they were able to defeat the Cloverdale White Spurs team in the semi finals and advance to the finals against the North Shore Bears. Their offence was able to get them an early lead in the game which they were able to build upon while their defence was able to withstand the test that North Shore was able to give them. This was a team effort from top to bottom with the entire team working together to get the win. The Red Spurs would like to thank their fans, as well as Pacific West Systems Supply for all their support throughout the tournament, as well as the entire season.
Cloverdale's 9U White Spurs went 5-0 this weekend to win the 9U division of the Cook Tournament at Unwin Park, defeating the host team, Newton, 19-9 in the final.
Congratulations to the players on a great weekend of baseball.
Mosquito A Boulanger Tournament Champions
The Mosquito A Cloverdale Spurs ran the table at the Boulanger Tournament this weekend on their way to be named Tournament Champions. The 10U All Star team finished the round robin portion of the Tournament with a perfect 3-0 record having given up only 4 runs in the first 3 games. A semi final shut out win over the North Delta Rays put the team into the final on Monday night against the Nanaimo Pirates. Nanaimo came out swinging in the early innings, building a 4-0 lead against the Cloverdale Team. The bats came alive for the Spurs as the game moved on, and the Cloverdale team took the lead in the 3rd inning and never looked back. A monster home run by Jack Roberts and a solid outing by Cole Grandia on the mound was all the Spurs needed to take home the first place trophy.
Congratulations to Logan Domanski for being selected to the 15U BC Selects team.
Logan will be part of the team representing BC in the 15U Great Lakes Wood Bat Classic in Evanston (Chicago), Illinois July 6-9, 2017.