4/27 – Message from Rob Lay, VP – Baseball Operations
The City of Ottawa has directed that due to wet conditions and the possibility of long term damage, playing fields are off limits for the time being.
While there is the possibility that games scheduled for next week […]
All volunteers who come in contact with OLLB’s athletes, without exception (managers, coaches, convenors, assistants, etc…) are required to complete a Police Records Check for Service with the Vulnerable Sector (valid for 3 years with OLLB) as well as a Little League Canada Volunteer Application (annually). Volunteers must then upload these documents to their profile […]Continue Reading →
Little League Ontario Districts 2 and 6, in association with Little League Canada have added an additional Coaching Clinic to this year’s schedule to be held on Sunday, April 23 as follows:
Learning The Game (ages 4 thru 7)
Sunday (registration 8:30 am) 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Playing The Game (ages 8 thru […]Continue Reading →
Evaluations are conducted at the beginning of the Spring Instructional Season. Players are evaluated and scored on several skills. After all evaluations have been completed, these scores are used to determine which level and team each player will be assigned to through a draft, held later in April.
Managers will be contacting players to provide […]Continue Reading →
Invitation to all OLLB Coaches! As part of OLLB’s commitment to coaching development, you are invited to attend – Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy National Coaches Clinic Feb 10-12 Rogers Centre, Toronto
Registration compliments of OLLB!
($120 + HST value) Reserve your spot by January 20 by email to Steven Byers. * […]
In an effort to promote sportsmanship and increase the pace of play, Little League® has announced new rule and regulation changes to take effect in 2017.Continue Reading →