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AA Coach Application Deadline

12/10/2017, 6:00pm PST
By Cloverdale Baseball

Just a reminder that Peewee AA and Bantam AA applications are due no later than December 14th. Please email all applications to

Below is the link for the application document

Updated BC Baseball Bat Rules

12/10/2017, 6:00pm PST
By Cloverdale Baseball

Finalized 2018 BC Baseball Bat Rules

Following are the 2018 BC Baseball Bat Rules for all divisions. These are consistent with Baseball Canada’s rules (which were confirmed at their November 2017 National Meeting) and satisfy the tournaments where we send our Provincial Winner teams in the US. They also mesh  with our bat standards from last year as well, so any bats which were legal in 2017 will still be legal in 2018.

T Ball   30 inch,   2 5/8 inch max diameter,  unlimited length/weight drop – bats with greater than 2 ¼ in. barrel diameter must be marked “USABat”

9U (Tadpole)  30 inch,  2 5/8 inch max diameter, unlimited length/weight drop - bats with greater than 2 ¼ in. barrel diameter must be marked “USABat”

10U & 11U (Mosquito)  32 inch,  2 5/8 inch max diameter,  unlimited length/weight drop - bats with greater than 2 ¼ in. barrel diameter must be marked “USABat”

13U (PeeWee)  33 inch,  2 ¾ inch max diameter,  -10 max length/weight drop, marked “BPF 1.15”, or “BBCOR”  or “USABat”

15U (Bantam) A/AA   42 inch,  2 3/4 inch max diameter, -10 max length/weight drop and must be marked “BBCOR”. Starting with 2019 season a -10 max length/weight drop.

15U (Bantam) AAA 42 inch, 2 3/4 inch max diameter, -3 max length/weight drop, Wood, or Wood Composite

18U (Midget) AA 42 inch, 2 3/4 inch max diameter, -3 max length/weight drop, and marked “BBCOR”

18U (Midget) AAA 42 inch, 2 ¾ inch max diameter, Wood or Wood Composite

Wood composite and wood bats are permitted in all divisions. Wood composite bats do not include any bat that has any metallic component.

Changes in bats at the 11U and younger levels for 2018 season as a Pilot Project for review after the season.


2018 Spring Season Registration is now OPEN!

12/03/2017, 3:30pm PST
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Cloverdale Baseball is excited to announce that the Spring 2018 Registration is now open!

If this is your first year registering with Cloverdale, please check out the FAQ section of our website for detailed instructions on how to register and Spring league information!  Click here for the FAQ

If you have a SportNgin account and to go to the registration link directly, click here:

Please note the Registration Rates have changed and the Volunteer and Uniform Deposits have been updated.  The deposits are now $150 each and need to be dated for May 1, 2018.  To opt out of volunteering, it is now $125 payable with your registration fee.

The concession volunteer policies have changed to immediate cashing of Volunteer Cheque with multiple last minute cancelation of DIBS shifts.  Please understand that our concession staff count on your volunteership that you have signed up for.  Last minute cancelations cost the association by paying part time young adults, and cashed volunteer deposits covers that cost.

Please note that your Blastball, T-Ball or Super-T child will not be assigned to their team until the deposits have been received.

For Tadpole ages and older, your child will not be allowed to participate in the skill assessment, and thus be assigned to a team until the deposits have been received.

If you have any questions about registration or Cloverdale Minor Baseball, please contact your registrars:

Blastball (5U) to Tadpole (9U):

Steve Tordiffe - - 604-897-2737

Mosquito (11U) to Midget (18U):

Debi Leith - - 778-772-6335


Pitching and Catching Clinics **UPDATED**

10/22/2017, 11:00am PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

Dave Diachuk and Aaron Myette will be conducting pitching and catching sessions for the winter off season in the Cloverdale Ball Park batting cage.

As a player, Dave was a member of numerous Provincial Championship Teams, a member of the BC Selects Provincial team and was selected to compete with the National Baseball Institute. As a Junior, Dave was honored to be a 1st team All Conference Selection in College and member of both the Canadian National Junior team and the Canadian National team. He played his senior year in Concordia College in Portland Oregon and once again was selected to the NAIA All Conference Team.

Aaron is a 10 year professional baseball player spending time in the Major Leagues with the Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians, and Cincinnati Reds. Aaron Played for Team Canada in 2006 in the World Baseball Classic, and in 2004 on the Canadian Olympic Team in Athens, Greece. He is currently the pitching coach for the Women’s National Baseball Team.

These small group sessions are a great opportunity for all pitchers and catchers to learn and prepare themselves for the upcoming 2017 season and how to work and communicate with each other on the field.

All sessions will be held on Saturdays starting November 11, and run for 6 weeks. These clinics will be $80 for pitchers and $30 for catchers. 

Ages and times are as follows:

11U Mosquito

  • Group 1 : Saturday 10-11am  FULL
  • Group 2: Saturday 1-2pm  FULL
  • Group 3: Saturday 12-1pm *NEW*

13U Pee Wee

  • Group 1: Saturday 11am-12pm
  • Group 2: Saturday 2-3 pm

15U Bantam / 18U Midget

  • Saturday 3-4pm  FULL

Space may be limited so it will be on a first come first serve basis.

Please email Mike Dance at to register or for any inquiries.

15U Bantam Winter Training

10/17/2017, 7:30pm PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

Bantam winter training consists of strength and condition sessions as well as baseball activities. There are two different options to choose from. Please see below:

Strength and condition and baseball activities- $275

Baseball activities- $175

We have four practices during the week. Details are as follows:

Mondays 7-9pm at the Cloverdale Batting Cage  (Strength and Conditioning)

Wednesdays 8-10pm at the Cloverdale Batting Cage (Baseball Activities) 

Thursdays 7-9pm at the Cloverdale Batting Cage (Strength and Conditioning)

Saturdays 8-10am at the Cloverdale Batting Cage (Baseball Activities)

Practices will start on Nov. 1st. These sessions will last for 6 weeks. 

If you are interested in joining, please register:

Any questions, please send an email to Coach Bob at

George Morneau Hitting Clinics

10/17/2017, 7:30pm PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

George Morneau will be once again be conducting off season hitting clinics for CMBA this fall.

Sessions are one hour long and will begin on November 6th. The cost for the 6 sessions is $60.


  • 5pm-6pm  11U Mosquito
  • 6pm-7pm  13U Pee Wee


  • 5pm-6pm  9U Tadpole
  • 6pm-7pm  11U Mosquito
  • 7pm-8pm  13U Pee Wee


  • 6pm-7pm  15U Bantam
  • 7pm-8pm  18U Midget

Please email Mike Dance at to register or for any inquiries. Space may be limited so it will be on a first come first serve basis

13U Pee Wee Winter Training

10/17/2017, 7:15pm PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

13U Pee Wee AA/AAA winter training will begin on November 2nd.

Training Dates and times will be as follows:

Tuesdays 6:00pm - 8:00pm Batting Cage Nov 7-Jan 30

Thursdays 5:00pm - 7:00pm Batting Cage Nov 2 - Feb 1

Sundays 6:00pm - 8:00pm Batting Cage Nov 5 - Feb 4

To register for the winter training please send an email to Mike Dance at

Cost of the clinics will be $150 for all of the cage sessions.

Note these clinics are open for all players that intend to tryout for 13U Pee Wee AAA/AA this upcoming season. Space may be limited so it will be on a first come first serve basis

Fall 2017 Hitting Clinics - Sunday Swings

10/15/2017, 7:30pm PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

Jimmy Vulcano will be once again be conducting off season hitting clinics for CMBA this fall. Jimmy has been coaching in Cloverdale for 13 years. His experience includes multiple medals at the provincial, western national, summer games and various provincial select teams. 

This fall's 8 week hitting program will be held on Sundays in the Cloverdale batting cage. Each session is one hour in length, starting Sunday October 22 and ending December 10.   The program includes video analysis and assessment, sound teaching of hitting mechanics, multiple station drills, live hitting, and important discussions on the mental aspects of hitting. Level of instruction will be scaled and customized  to respective age groups/experience.  These sessions are open to players who will be starting at the Tadpole, Mosquito, Peewee and Bantam/Midget levels in 2018. 

Sessions run each hour  starting at 10 am. The cost for the 8 sessions is $90. 

-Sundays 10-11 am 9U Tadpole FULL
-Sundays 11-12pm 11U Mosquito hitting FULL
-Sundays 12-1pm 11U Mosquito / 13U Pee Wee FULL
-Sundays 1-2pm 13U Pee Wee FULL
-Sunday 2-3pm 13U Pee Wee / 15U Bantam FULL 

For more information or to register please contact Jimmy at or on twitter at  @vulcanobaseball.

Important Volunteer Positions

09/12/2017, 10:45pm PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

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

Concession Manager

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

  • Fun Day Coordinator
  • Tournament Organization (the committee needs a couple more hands on members)
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Batting Cage and Practice Field Booking Web Site Maintenance

College Prep Fall Ball Information

09/02/2017, 8:30am PDT
By John McInnes

  • Interested in learning more about the College Prep League?
  • Looking for an alternative to the PBL?

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