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Joe Germaine Winter Training Clinics

10/08/2019, 10:30pm PDT
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Cloverdale Minor Baseball is excited to announce that Joe Germaine will be returning to coach our winter clinics this year. Feedback from last year's Winter and New Years Clinics with Joe was extremely positive. Joe brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Cloverdale. He is both a professional baseball player and coach who has spent the last 7 years playing and coaching around the world, most recently returning from his 2019 season in Germany. Joe is also currently working with our College Prep Program.

For those not familiar with Joe’s program, please consider taking a few minutes to read the attached write-up describing his experience, philosophies, and plan. Joe has also created a quick 3 minute video outlining what players and parents can expect.

More info about Joe HERE

Video intro HERE

CMBA is excited to offer the following clinics:

Tadpole Winter Baseball Training (one day per week) $135.00

  • Tuesdays 4pm-5pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 22nd 6 spots available
  • Wednesdays 4pm-5pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 23rd 6 spots available
  • Thursdays 5pm-6pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 17th 6 spots available

    *Note no session Thursday Oct 31st Halloween

Mosquito Winter Baseball Training (one day per week) $135.00

  • Mondays 4pm-5pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 21st 6 spots available
  • Tuesdays 5pm-6pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 22nd 6 spots available
  • Thursdays 4pm-5pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 17th 6 spots available

    *Note no session Thursday Oct 31st Halloween

PeeWee Winter Baseball Training (one day per week) $135.00

  • Mondays 5pm-6pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 21st 6 spots available
  • Wednesdays 5pm-6pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 23rd 6 spots available

Bantam Winter Baseball Training (one day per week) $135.00

  • Mondays 6pm-7pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 21st 6 spots available
  • Wednesdays 6pm-7pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 23rd 6 spots available

Saturday Pitching Clinics - 9 weeks beginning Oct 19th $135.00

  • Tadpole / Mosquito 10am-11am 6 spots available
  • PeeWee / Bantam 11am-12pm 6 spots available

Saturday Catcher Clinic - 9 weeks beginning Oct 19th $135.00

  • Mosquito / PeeWee / Bantam 12pm-1pm 6 spots available

Speed & Conditioning (one day per week) $135.00

  • Saturdays 2pm-3pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 19th 6 spots available
  • Sundays 4pm-5pm 9 weeks beginning Oct 20th 6 spots available

    *Note - age/division/session day TBD based on interest/registration

Sunday Hitting Clinics - 9 weeks beginning Oct 20th $135.00

  • Tadpole 12pm-1pm 6 spots available
  • Mosquito 1pm-2pm 6 spots available
  • PeeWee 2pm-3pm 6 spots available
  • Bantam 3pm-4pm 6 spots available



For more information, or to register for one of these clinics, please email Scott Wilson at Please include in the email subject line your player name, division (for 2020 season), and requested clinic. For clinics where multiple days are offered, please include 1st and 2nd choices in body of email.

Bantam AAA is coming back to Cloverdale

08/18/2019, 10:45pm PDT
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Cloverdale Minor Baseball is extremely excited to announce that Bantam AAA will return to Cloverdale for the 2020 season with Michael Dagg as our new Head Coach.

Michael played in Cloverdale for 3 years, including a Provincial Championship season in Peewee AAA. He went on to play 2 years at Taft Junior College, as well as 1 year of Jr Mens and 2 years of Sr Mens. Michael has been coaching for some time, including the Bantam AAA and Midget AAA teams in Cloverdale. He also spent time in White Rock coaching the Bantam AAA program and 2 years in Langley with the Bantam Prep team.

We are excited for Michael to bring his knowledge and enthusiasm to CMBA specifically with the Bantam AAA Program. Michael will be starting with the Bantam Fall Ball program this year, there will be more details following shortly regarding this, so stay tuned. 


College Prep / Midget Fall Ball Registration

08/07/2019, 7:45pm PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

College Prep/ Midget Fall Ball Registration

Fall Ball 2019 will begin Tuesday Sept 3rd and will run until mid/late October depending on weather conditions. 

It is open to any players from Grades 9-12 that reside anywhere in the Lower Mainland. Birth years 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005. 

Total cost for fall will be $250 per player. Players will receive a Cloverdale shirt and hat.  

All practices will be at Hillcrest Park with exhibition games being played across the lower mainland. 

There will be winter sessions after Fall ball has concluded. More information will be given at a later date.

If you would like more information, please contact:

Bob Foerster - Manager/Head or 604.996.0454

Dave Palmer - or 778.549.0719

Dave or 604.612.2254

Cloverdale Nationals 2019 Fall Ball Info

Cloverdale National 2019 Fall Ball Tentative Schedule

2019 CMBA Sponsorship Program

03/20/2019, 1:00pm PDT
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Cloverdale Minor Baseball is embarking on a Sponsorship Program in order to raise revenue necessary to continue upgrades to our facilities and programs. This is a rewards based program that allows every one of our player families to participate in the Sponsorship program and earn rewards for doing so! All of us know people in our community that own or operate a business and would be willing to become a Sponsor Partner with CMBA. Please find enclosed details of our new Sponsorship Program and how you can earn rewards for forwarding this information onto people who you know in the Community.

CMBA Sponsorship Info

Smoking Ban in ALL Surrey Parks

07/17/2015, 4:45pm PDT
By City of Surrey

Dear Sports Association Representative,

Due to the ongoing hot and dry weather, city parks have reached a point in which the danger of fire is critically high. Many of the fires in BC have apparently been started by discarded cigarettes.

Smoking is prohibited in all Surrey Parks including all sportfields, open spaces, paths, driveways and parking lots and is subject to a $200 fine per occurrence (Park By-law #13480).

Your co-operation in this matter is compulsory. By-law Enforcement will be patrolling City Parks for compliance. If individuals are ticketed for smoking, who can be linked to a team and league; facility use permits may be immediately revoked, in order to better protect public property.


Sonja Boston
Athletic Services Coordinator
City of Surrey

Batting Cage Rules & Etiquette

03/28/2015, 5:00pm PDT
By Cloverdale Baseball

Coaches, please make sure that you understand all rules and policies governing the use of the batting cage, as they are there to both promote high utilization of the facility while ensuring player safety.

  1. Please DO NOT enter the batting cage until the previous team has cleared out of the cage. This includes the seating area! It is very difficult to ensure that all players have collected their equipment if your team has crowded in and mixed their bags and equipment with the other team's equipment.
  2. Teams ARE NOT to run over their allotted time. When your hour is done – you’re done! This means no excuses like "one last batter" or "quick team meeting" or "we got in late". You must be OUT OF THE CAGE by the time your hour is done.
  3. Therefore, teams must start cleaning up their equipment 5 minutes prior to the end of their session, so they have vacated the batting cage on time. The clock on the wall in the batting cage (near the door) will be considered the official time for the batting cage.
  4. All teams are responsible to clean up the batting cage each time they are finished their session (balls in buckets and bats hung up). Please see the above picture as to what a properly cleaned up batting cage looks like. This is the condition that it should be left in after your session is over.
  5. DO NOT leave the nets open with balls, buckets, ot tee parts laying around.
  6. DO NOT (EVER) leave pitching machines in lanes on the turf when you leave.
  7. DO NOT leave L-screens in the lanes when you leave.
  8. The rule of thumb is if you remove anything from the wood platform at the south end, you MUST return it there when done.
  9. There is to be no smoking, food of any kind, or beverages (except water) in the batting cage.
  10. NO SPITZ are allowed in the batting cage. EVER! This includes the waiting area. You are not exempt by thinking that you can spit the shells into a garbage can or empty bottle. This includes players, parents, siblings, etc. NOT ALLOWED!
  11. NO GUM is allowed in the batting cage. We now have gum embedded in the turf that may never come out. This is a simple rule, and coaches are required to enforce it!
  12. Only clean runners or turf shoes are to be worn. NO CLEATS
  13. Only adults are to feed or operate the pitching machines.
  14. Batting helmets must be worn while batting.
  15. Balls are to be placed back in the buckets and not in your baseball bags.