BASEBALL SEASON SCHEDULES
Please note that NDG
Baseball will be playing games in both NDG and Verdun
MAJOR B (11-12)
MAJOR A (11-12)
NOVICE (4-6 yr olds)
09:30 - 11:00
(Grand or Kensington &
(Players will be given their
uniforms before the game)
Please contact NDG BASEBALL to see if
spots are still available.
Registration - Rookie (6-8 yr olds) -
Baseball shoes with RUBBER CLEATS
(Legal for all levels of baseball
play) @ 50% off
available brands include:
- Mizuno (Franchise)
- Rawlings ((Peek)
- Under Armer (Harper 3, Lead Off)
PLAY IT AGAIN SPORTS
2020 NDG BASEBALL SEASON PLAN
BASEBALL BAT RULES 2020
Given the current conditions where
every player needs to play the game with
the ONE BASEBALL BAT, for the HOUSE
LEAGUE LEVEL, NDG Baseball will be using
all types of bats (USA Baseball, BPF
1.15, BESR, BBCOR, sizes 2 1/4, 2 5/8
and 2 3/4.
Therefore, NO BAT RESTRICTIONS
for House League play.
COMPETITIVE LYNX TEAMS MUST ADHERE TO
THE ACCEPTABLE BAT RULES FOR THEIR LEVEL
download the pdf document that outlines the
projected 2020 NDG Baseball Season Plan.
2020 NDG BASEBALL
SEASON PLAN (pdf)
League Season Dates: Monday July 6th
thru September 5th
(Lynx) Games Start Date: Saturday July 4th
Evaluation (In-Person Registration):
Saturday June 27th
Distribution (In-Person Registration):
Saturday July 4th
$250 - NDG
Baseball bought helmet
Players bring their own helmet
will provide a helmet and a bottle of hand
sanitizer for each player who registers.
BASEBALL BATS APPROVED FOR LITTLE LEAGUE
Bats marked BPF - 1.15 are prohibited
Labels Required on Bats (see link below for
(T-Ball)/ Minor/ Major/ Junior:
USA Baseball Bat (USABat)
REGULATIONS (detailed) posted on behalf
of Calgary North West Little League (verified
on the Little League Rules App for 2019).
|June 9th, 2020
The city of Montreal has given sports
organizations the permission to begin PRACTICES
ONLY as soon as the fields become available.
(Estimated opening date to be Monday June
22nd at the latest).
However, the use of the fields by NDG
Baseball is to dependent upon a strict set of
guidelines that must be adhered to:
SUMMARY OF BASIC GUIDELINES
1- Each Team of players MUST HAVE a
parent, called a "SANITATION MANAGER" who
is responsible for monitoring the hygiene
practices of all players, cleaning of equipment
when touched, and making sure players adhere to
the 2m distance rule.
2- Players MUST NOT SHARE EQUIPMENT.
All players must use their own: bat, helmet,
3- Each player must have access to their own
bottle of cleanser to use
The city of Montreal will only allow NDG
Baseball access to fields once a Sanitation
Manager has been named for each group of
BELOW FOR THE DETAILED HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS FOR
CNESST - Mesures sanitaires pour
CNESST - Hygiene Rules for
email will be sent out to all members indicating
a possible meeting this weekend will all members
to take place at Loyola-1 to talk about a
proposed plan of action.
Upated: June 4th - 18:15 EST
GRADUALLY RESUME ON MONDAY JUNE 8TH
After talking to our city of
Montreal contacts, at this time, ALL NDG BASEBALL PARKS
ARE STILL OFFICIALLY CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
As soon as we have any
information indicating the possible start date of our NDG
Baseball season an announcement will be posted here and
emails will be sent out to those already registered and to
those who were members last season.
PLEASE STAY TUNED...
THE NDG LYNX
BANTAM BA FALL BALL TEAM
PLAYERS & COACHES:
Christophe Thivierge, Dario Forlini, Dominic Duran,
Jiwon Kim, Liam Plotkin, Liam Healey, Thomas Healey,
David Plotkin (Head
The NDG Lynx Bantam BA Fall
Ball Team played in a circuit which included six teams: The
Intercommunity Angles, Lachine A's, Lasalle Cardinals, NDG Lynx,
St-Lazare Mustangs, & The Valleyfield Reds.
Hall of Famer Tony Gywnn Giving Hitting Advice
Lifetime Batting AVG .338, 8x NL Batting Champion, 15x
Videos from San Diego University
Knob to Ball
Approach to Hitting
Greg Maddux - " Tony Gwynn was the best pure hitter
in the game"
Tony Gwynn talks
about what makes a good hitter
Check Out NDG
Baseball Alumni Michael Fitzsimmons
for Blocking Tips and More...
As per Little League International
regulations, coaches and volunteers MUST fill-out a
Police Background Check Form in order to coach or
volunteer for NDG Baseball.
ALL COACHES MUST
SUBMIT TO A BACKGROUND CHECK BY FILLING OUT THE
REQUIRED BACKGROUND CHECK FORM AT UNIFORM DAY.
(Saturday May 17th, 9H00-12H00)
NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS RULE
TOUS LES ENTRAÎNEURS ET BÉNÉVOLES
règlements de la petite ligue internationaux,
les entraîneurs et les
bénévoles DOIVENT REMPLIR UN FORMULAIRE DE
VÉRIFICATION POLICIÈRE des antécédents
afin d'entraîneurs ou de bénévoles
Tous les entraîneurs doivent
soumettre à une
vérification des antécédents par
REMPLIR LE FORMULAIRE DE
(Samedi le 17 mai,
IL N'YA AUCUNE
EXCEPTION À CETTE RÈGLE
The Cote des Neiges & NDG Sports
Congratulations to all
our the nominees for an outstanding year and a special
congratulations for those who have been selected by the NDG/CDN
Sports Banquet Awards Committee for achieving excellence in
their category of sport.
ATTENTION ALL VOLUNTEERS
with the 2017 Little League season, because of
incidents in Canada & United States;
Little League International requires ANY
MAY HAVE CONTACT WITH CHILDREN to have
and passed a Police Background Check
BEFORE THE START OF THE SEASON
THERE IS A NO EXCEPTION TO THIS RULE
BACKGROUND CHECKS ARE CONFIDENTIAL BETWEEN THE
BASEBALL SECURITY OFFICER
514-663-1855 - Fax: 514-483-6692
INFO/ FIELD CLOSURES
Please use the
ASBM Facebook link below to see if fields are CLOSED
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If you are a pitcher,
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