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03/23/2020, 9:15pm PDT
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Mar 23rd 2020

Baseball activities remain suspended indefinitely.

Many members of the association have sent messages inquiring about possible refunds for this season. 

At this time the Board is waiting for further direction and recommendations from BaseballBC, and once we have that, we will discuss the options, including refunds and deferrals. 

The Board has a meeting set for April 5th, and hope to have more info for everyone then.

We know how difficult this global pandemic is on everyone one of our members and their extended family and networks. We encourage everyone to practice social distancing to help flatten the curve.  

Lastly we appreciate everyone’s patience while we work through this unprecedented situation. 

Thank You

~CMBA Board of Directors~

Mar 13th 2020

Cloverdale Minor Baseball will be suspending all baseball related activities indefinitely.

Effective immediately Baseball BC has extended the suspension of all sanctioned in person baseball activity indefinitely.

Baseball BC sanctioned activities include but are not limited to, all tournaments, practices, games, coach and umpire education and team building activities. The intent of this suspension is to limit situations of physical contact.

Please feel free to review the full release from Baseball BC via the below link:

2020 CMBA Sponsorship Program

03/06/2020, 9:15am PST
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Cloverdale Minor Baseball is looking for businesses to sponsor our association for the 2020 season.  Our organization provides the opportunity for over 800 boys and girls to play baseball and we're looking for your support to help us with our mission.  If you have a business, or know a business owner who might be able to support CMBA please reach out to our sponsorship director, Vinny Dumas, at

Sponsorship Request Letter can be found here along with the Sponsorship Order Form.

2020 Spring Registration is now OPEN

02/09/2020, 9:30am PST
By CMBA Registrar

Spring Registration is now open for 2020.  Please note all registrations must be done online.  

Rates increase Feb 15, so get it all in early!


Blastball 5U (2015) - Open

T-Ball 6U (2014) - Open

Super-T 7U (2013) - Open

Tadpole 9U (2011-2012) - 14 spots 

Mosquito 11U (2009-2010) - Waitlist (please email Robyn at

Peewee 13U (2007-2008) - Waitlist (Please email Chris at

Bantam 15U (2005-2006) - Waitlist (Please email Tobe at

Midget 18U (2002-2004) - Reopened - Limited spots remaining

Bantam/Peewee Rep Rosters

01/30/2020, 12:30pm PST
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Congratulations to the following players who have been selected to play on one of our rep teams for the 2020 Season:

Bantam AAA

Coach: Michael Dagg

Tyler Armstrong Garrett Baxter Parker Boyd
Brandon Burns Jacob Coady-Russ Tommy Davidson
Zach Doyle Jacob Klaponski Keanan Leclerc
Cody Martel Gavin Mills Josh Pritchard
Nathan Smithers Jake Theal Kaden Thind



Bantam AA

Coach: Mike Dance

Coy Bain Keagan Bankier Tyson Christie
Ethan Curran Nolan Dance Maddock Day
Nolan Foster Willem Oldejans Brady Smith
Jack Walters Sam Wilson Carson Young


Peewee AA Spring (Two Teams)

Red Spurs

Coach: John Braaten

Brayden Peterson Cody Lewarne Colton Plank
Hudson Wright Isaac MacDonald Keith Harms
Linden Gemmell Lukas Dance Mason Kopelman
Riley Walters Sebastian James-Manu Tyson Guidish


Black Spurs

Coach: Rob Yakemchuk

Carter Leith Declan Irving Eric Linning
Hudson Wilson Jasper Harvie Kael Raphael
Keyyen Morris Mason Bhangu Matteo Massaro
Max Rowley Owen Labbe Trayden Gamboa


Coaching Registration

01/03/2020, 8:00pm PST
By Cloverdale Minor Baseball

Cloverdale Minor Baseball relies heavily on the support of volunteers, most notably in the area of coaching.  Coaches are needed throughout our organization, especially at the younger levels where we have high enrollment of kids learning the game of baseball.

If you are able to help coach this year please register as a coach as soon as possible.  You may indicate your preference to be a Head Coach or an Assistant Coach.

New to Coaching?  Our association can support you by sponsoring NCCP training courses, our in house training courses, the Coaches Caravan, and even get you assistance.

Not available all the time? Many of our coaches work shifts that do not allow them to be there 100% of the time but often they can be paired with another coach who can help cover those times and/or the parents will step up to help out.  Even part time coaching can greatly help these children.

What's the benefit of coaching? Aside from covering the volunteer requirement of your child's registration (max 1 Head Coach and 2 Assistant Coaches per team) you also get to spend some quality time with your son/daughter and provide a positive influence for the young boys and girls you'll coach.

Any other questions, please reach out to our Coach and Player Development Coordinator at

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.