UPDATE - June 11 - Baseball Manitoba is extending its suspensions of all sanctioned in person baseball activities until June 26th to abide by the current public health orders.
UPDATE - May 30 - Baseball Manitoba is extending its suspension of all sanctioned baseball activities until June 12th.
UPDATE - May 26 - The current public health orders for sanctioned baseball activities has been extend until 12:01am on Saturday May 29th.
UPDATE - May 22 - NWMBA is abiding by Baseball Manitoba return to play and the updated Public Health orders that take effect until May 26th where all baseball sanctioned activities will be suspended. We are hopeful that these activities will be able to resume once on May 27th; however, Baseball Manitoba will be working with Public Health to ensure all of the baseball community is kept safe in doing so.
UPDATE - May 9 - NWMBA will remain in phase 1 - training only until June 1, 2021. This adjustment will have no more than 5 participants including coaches, players, health and safety coordinators and be limited to outdoor training only. Please click here to see current return to play document. Baseball Manitoba will continue to monitor current public health orders and will make any adjustments to their return to play document when it is safe to do so.
UPDATE - May 5 - Baseball Manitoba has released Version 3 of their Return to Play plan - we are prepared to move into Phase 2 - competition as of May 8, 2021. Please click here for up to date return to play document.
UPDATE - May 4 - North Winnipeg is in need of umpires. If you are interested in umpiring or know of someone that might be interested in umpiring in North Winnipeg for the 2021 baseball season, please contact Nadine Sargent at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NWMBA would like to remind parents/spectators/players that we are very fortunate in MB to be playing baseball during these most difficult times. We do have rules and guidelines to follow, so these must be followed at all times. Every team will have a health and safety coordinator, so please listen to any suggestions that they might have during a game that will keep players, coaches, umpires and spectators safe. If these guidelines aren't followed, this privilege will disappear and will be accompanied by possible fines. We are asking that all of our members follow these guidelines in order for our youth to be active playing a sport we all love.
Team Manitoba open id camps and information for 2021 can be found here.
Team Manitoba Male tryout dates can be found here.
Team Manitoba Female tryout dates can be found here.
April 28th UPDATES: The following are key updates to Return to Play document. 1) Outdoor training must be conducted in groups of 50 or less participants, to a maximum of 50 percent of the facility capacity, or in compliance with current Public Health Orders. This will include players, coaches and health and safety coordinators. 2) Only one parent or caregiver for each minor participating in a sporting activity at an outdoor sporting facility may watch the sporting activity and all spectators must remain separated by two meters.
Please click here for complete updated return to play document.
We want to stress the importance of our members following the guidelines set out by Manitoba Public Health and do the following:
- stay home if you are not feeling well.
- have your Health and Safety Coordinators present and active
- Limit spectators (1 per player)
- always maintain physical distance (2m or 6ft)
- sanitize equipment on a regular basis
- wear a mask when required
- sanitize hands regularly
NWMBA board opening: The NWMBA has an immediate opening for a Treasurer. The interested person will be mentored for the 2021 season to learn all policies and then take full control for the 2022 season. Please click here to view full job description. If you are interested in becoming Treasurer, please email email@example.com.
- We are currently accepting coaching applications for all age groups and caliber of ball. Baseball Manitoba and Baseball Canada are increasing their online presence that will help Coaches, Umpires and Players develop and learn new skills.
Please also note, that NWMBA is excited to part of the Girls Baseball program that is being run by Baseball Manitoba.
The program will be available to girls aged 7 - 13 and will run on Saturdays from May 8th - June 26th.
Full details including registration can be found at http://www.baseballmanitoba.ca/girls-baseball.