Please see our updated Covid plan for stage 3 and other important Covid info on our Covid Page
As part of player development TABA recently held a series of pitching clinics for our Mosquito and Tadpole players led by Trevor Lishenko for the Delta Blue Jays. Below see some pictures from these successful and fun clinics. Thanks to Trevor and all who participated!
After a long spring (and year!) of waiting we are excited to announce we are finally able to start back to play some baseball games!
To begin, Baseball BC advises that we are returning to Phase 2 Stage 2 which still has a number of important limits that we must respect.
Please help us follow these limits so we do not have to step back again and so we can keep on track to move forward to full play! See below and the helpful graphic from Baseball BC
Note especially the NO SPECTATORS rule.
We will update this if/when we receive any new information.
Under Phase 2 Stage 2 the following activities are permitted:
- Team training/development (practice)
- Live batting practice
- in-club game play
The following actives are not permitted:
- travel for competition
Participants must maintain a physical distance of three meters from one another when not playing and active in game play.
Spectators are not permitted per the current PHO order.
Masks are required in all indoor public settings. (As defined by the current public order)
Verbal symptom screening and attendance tracking must be performed daily.
Stay home if you’re sick
TABA is offering some upcoming pitching clinics for 2011 and 2012 born TABA-registered players.
The clinics will be run by North Delta Blue Jays Juniors coaching staff and will be a great opportunity for young players to get a start on their pitching careers!
See the player development page for more information and registration links (FREE!). Registration is limited so act quickly if you would like to participate.
See this great story in the Delta Optimist about Tsawwassen resident and TABA program grad Nate Rosser, his plans to continue his baseball journey in California and the inspiration he draws from the life of Kyle Losse.
photo credit: Mark Booth/Delta Optimist
BC Minor Baseball is bringing back their coaches conference for 2021, this time in a virtual format so you can view and learn from home.
In the past these conferences have offered a great opportunity to develop coaching skills for all levels and they are promising to have an even greater range of topics offered this year, with 25 different speakers.
In the conjunction with the conference BC Minor is also running an NCCP training weekend with various training clinics available. So this is a great chance to take care of, or build on, your certification.
As part of our commitment to each development TABA will cover registration for all Tsawwassen Coaches. When you register just be sure to use code: TSW2145
The virtual conference takes place March 26th, 27th and 28th and registration opens on February 26th.
Here is an updated flyer with more information and registration links: BC Coaches Conference.
And on the training weekend: NCCP Training Weekend.
Congratulations to Sean Hepner, current UBC T-Bird and former Tsawwassen baseball standout for being selected to play for the new Kamloops NorthPaws.
Sean, a Point Roberts resident, played up through the Tsawwassen baseball program and went on to play for the Delta Tigers and North Delta Blue Jays. Sean’s younger brother Ryan is another TABA grad and current Jays standout.
Registration for the 2021 Spring season will open Friday January 8 at noon.
Visit the registration page for more details and follow the link there to register for your division.
We are proud to participate again in the tree walk and festival of lights at Tsawwassen Springs golf course.
Drop by and see the great TABA tree decorated by Greg and Niki!
Plus of course all of the other great trees decorated and donated by community sponsors in support of the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation.
We are glad to add our support to this great cause and hopefully create a bit of holiday cheer in this unusual year. On behalf of all in TABA we wish everyone the best of the season and look forward to a great 2021.
TABA will hold our AGM on September 15 at 6:30 PM . We will meet in Winskill park by the concession. All are welcome.
There are many open executive positions to be filled including: equipment, open day coordinator, special events and division coordinators.
See you there and BYOC! (Chair)