Mosquito

Directors

Name Position Contact
Jason Bessette Mosquito Director jbessette66@hotmail.com

 

 

Welcome to the Lacombe Minor Baseball Association (LMBA) Mosquito homepage.  The LMBA has a strong history off providing baseball opportunities for athletes, coaches, umpires and parents, and looks forward to another successful season.

I would like to thank everyone who came out to the evaluations and have chosen Lacombe Minor Baseball as their association to play with this year. We have four Community A league teams this year. Each team has been numbered 1 to 4 and will be up shortly.

 

SOME IMPORTANT NOTES

Season start date: Week of May 7th

Final League game: June 19th

Play-off Weekend: June 23/24th

Player Clinics: May 12th or 13th 

Ages

Players born in 2007 & 2008

Player Registration Fee

Community A:  $215.00

Register a Player

Click HERE to register a player in the upcoming season.

 Community A Team

Community teams are usually determined around the middle to end of April.  If there are enough players registered for more then 1 team to be formed, there will be skill evaluation dates set-up in the middle of April to divide the players up and create equal teams.

Community teams play in the Central Alberta Baseball League (CABL).  Historically, teams practice / play games during the week on Mondays and Wednesdays.  At the Community level there are no league games scheduled on weekends, however, some teams do choose to enter tournaments. 

Depending on weather and indoor facility availability the season usually consists of 2 practices per week around the middle to end of April.  The first few weeks in May usually consist of 1 game and 1 practice with a transition to having 2 games per week from the middle of May to the end of June.  Aside from the 2 games per week for most of the season, teams may decide to practice an additional day per week, but this is determined by each team and diamond availability.

Quick note on what gear to have. The Association supplies the jersey, some bats and the back catchers gear. The child should have an athletic cup, rubber cleats, batting helmet, proper mosquito level glove, water bottle and grey pants with proper color belt. Each team head coach will decide if the pants will be the long style or the short style. The belt should be the royal blue color to properly match. If your child has their own bats and would like to use them, by all means bring them.

Home games and practices take place at Michener Park which is located on the west end of Lacombe, just off of Highway 12.

For more information about the Community A CABL, please visit the following link located on the Baseball Alberta website:  http://www.baseballalberta.com/category/10/CABL-Home-Page

 

Additional Information

For further information about this division, please contact the Division Director which is listed on each division homepage.  If a Director is not listed please email lacombedodgers@gmail.com for further information.

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