LWF Baseball News
As we get our season underway, please review our Zero Tolerance Policy on Umpire Abuse. This policy highlights the special circumstances for youth players as umpires. One of the founding principles of LWF Minor Baseball is positive coaching, this includes umpires that work on all LWF fields. Youth/adult umpires should only be talked to positively…Read More
Jays Care Foundation’s Girls at Bat program returns! In partnership with Windsor Junction Community Centre and Jays Care Foundation, LWF Baseball is pleased to offer Girls at Bat. Monday evenings from 6-8 pm participants age 7-12 will meet at Waverley Memorial Elementary Field to work on baseball skills. The program is appropriate for players who…Read More
This is a reminder that the NCCP clinics delivered by Baseball Nova Scotia have been scheduled. Over the next two weeks, there will be a combination of online courses and in person (at the Bedford – Hammonds Plains Community Center). Initiation and Teaching & Learning are free, while all other coaches are $40. Please note…Read More
Check out this newly produced video which gives a great overview of our girl’s baseball programs.Read More
We are now about 6 weeks into our registration for the 2022 LWF Baseball Season and we’re currently approaching 450 players registered as of April 9th. An important deadline is coming up on April 10th with the close of registration for players wishing to tryout for our competitive Tri-County teams. There is also less than…Read More
Rally Cap Program The Toronto Blue Jays are now the official sponsor of the Rally Cap program! 2022 will be a transitional year for the program, as the format and look will see some changes in 2023. Some things to note: The office will have the multi-coloured hats. Some associations have reached out regarding their…Read More
NCCP BNS is finalizing plans for spring NCCP courses. Coaches should get a jump on these courses as the become available prior to the season. Also new this year, courses will be discounted until July 1st. After that point, all courses will be full price at $50 per course. Schedule and details of pricing will…Read More
LWF Baseball has again secured a partnership with Cleve’s for the provision of baseball equipment and apparel. By doing so, members are also eligible for discounts on various baseball items in the store. We have one card for LWF and another for Tri-County. Just print out or show this discount card to receive 10 or…Read More
Federally incorporated in 1964 as the Canadian Federation of Amateur Baseball, Baseball Canada is the national governing body for baseball in Canada and is made up of 10 provincial associations representing players, coaches and umpires nationwide.
Baseball Nova Scotia strives to promote and deliver services and programs in an equitable manner across the province. Our focus is to lead by example in governance support, athlete focused participation opportunities, coaching and officiating development...
Challenger Baseball is an adaptive program that provides an opportunity for children and youth with cognitive and/or physical disabilities to enjoy the full benefits of participating in organized baseball at a level structured to their abilities.