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Questions?

Please see this page, the FAQ below, or send an email to saskatoonminorbaseball@hotmail.com

Frequently-asked Questions:

  1. How do I register my son/daughter to play?
  2. How do I determine the zone in which I live?
  3. How do I know which league my son/daughter is in?
  4. Are the teams in the different leagues tiered?
  5. How much does it cost?
  6. What if we live outside of the city limits, but my son/daughter attends school in Saskatoon?
  7. Where are the games held?

Answers:

  1. How do I register my son/daughter to play?
    Players register through their local zone. Registration starts the beginning of February. Players who miss registering are still allowed to register but they must contact their local registrar to do so.
     
  2. How do I determine the zone in which I live?
    Please see the Zone Map
     
    West Side of River:
    Players residing on the west side of the river are in the A's zone.
     
    East Side of River:
    Players residing west of Preston Ave. and south of 8th St. or west of Circle Drive and north of 8th St. are in the Cardinals zone.
    Players residing east of Preston Ave. and south of College Drive are in the Braves zone.
    Players residing east of Circle Drive and north of College Drive are in the Blue Jays zone.
     
  3. How do I know which league my son/daughter is in?
    Baseball players are categorized by their age as of January 1st of the current season's calendar year.
     
    • Players who are six years old or younger on January 1 play in the Junior Rally Cap Division.
       
    • Players who are seven or eight years old on January 1 play in the Senior Rally Cap Division.
       
    • Players who are nine or ten years old on January 1 play in the Mosquito Division of the Mosquito League.
       
    • Players who are eleven or twelve years old on January 1 play in the Pee Wee League.
       
    • Players who are thirteen or fourteen years old on January 1 play in the Bantam League.
       
    • Players who are fifteen through seventeen years old on January 1 play in the Midget League.
       
  4. Are the teams in the different leagues tiered?
    All the leagues use a tiered system except for the Rally Cap Divisions.  Each zone is responsible for tiering its players during try-outs.
     
  5. How much does it cost?
    The cost of playing baseball in the city varies depending on the player's age and the zone in which the player resides. Each zone sets its fees annually. 
     
  6. What if we live outside of the city limits, but my son/daughter attends school in Saskatoon?
    Players living outside the city limits who wish to play baseball for a city zone may apply to do so. They need to apply to the Provincial Zone Six (Saskatoon) Governor by April 10th of each year. At that time the Zone Six Governor will contact the Provincial Zone Governor of the zone in which the player resides and request his permission for the player to be allowed to play in the city. Permission is not always granted by the local Governor.
     
    The zone boundaries used for out-of-town players are:
        A's:  West of the river
        Blue Jays:  East of the river and North of Highway 5
        Braves:  South of Highway 5 and East of Highway 11
        Cardinals:  East of the river and West of Highway 11
     
  7. Where are the games held?
    Each league has its own fields.
     
    • The Rally Cap Division plays at a number of diamonds throughout the city.
       
    • The Mosquito Division plays either at Sifton Park (Rusholme Rd. and Witney Ave.) or Kilburn Park (Kilburn Ave. and 4th St. E.).
       
    • The Pee Wee Division plays at Geoff Hughes Park which is located north of Holiday Park Golf Course (south of 11th St. W, between Ave U and Ave W).
       
    • The Bantam Division plays at Kiwanis Park which is located near Market Mall (south of Holy Cross High School, east of McEown Ave.).
       
    • The Midget Division plays either at Cairns Field (south of 11th St. W. at Ave. P, north of Gordie Howe Bowl), Kate Waygood Park (Ave. W. South), or Edward McCourt Park (southeast corner of East College Park - access via Boychuk Drive, then Laurentian Drive, then Guelph Crescent).
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