The levels for the 2018 season are as follows:

Level Year of Birth Convenor Email
 Rallye Cap (T-Ball)  2013 - 2014  Althea Lalonde   a.lalonde@outlook.com
 Rallye Cap (Pitching machine)  2011 - 2012  Andrew Wight   andrew.stephen.wight@gmail.com
 Atom  2009 - 2010  Ian Wilbur  ianwilbur76@gmail.com
 Mosquito  2007 - 2008  Peter Lightfoot   peterlightfoot87@gmail.com
 Pee Wee  2005 - 2006    
 Bantam  2003 - 2004  Ed Janiszewski  ed@olimatt.com
 Midget  2000 - 2002  Andrew Wight  andrew.stephen.wight@gmail.com

2018 email inquiries:

Registration, e-mail: info@lakeshorebaseball.ca

For kids between the ages of 4 and 5 (born in 2013 and 2014), the T-Ball program aims to teach the fundamentals of the game of baseball. We will introduce the kids with the proper way to grip, throw and catch a ball, followed with base running and hitting. The sessions will take place once a week on Saturday mornings from 9am to 11am. Our head instructors are current midget aged players and have all received the proper training to make the T-Ball program successful and fun!

For kids between the ages of 6 and 7 (Born in 2011 and 2012), the Pitching Machine program is a continuation of the T-Ball program but with the addition of an actual pitching machine throwing the ball to the hitter. Played on both fields at Kirkland park and very similar to the Atom B program, games are played with first year kids playing together on one field (Kirkland T) while the second year players will play together on the Kirkland Main field. Parents get involve in coaching and encouraging all the kids from every team. Based on the number of teams, usually two games are played on weeknights from 18h30 to 20h00. Lakeshore Baseball is happy to provide coaching clinic to parent volunteers, please email info@lakeshorebaseball.ca

For kids between the ages of 8 and 9 (Born in 2009 and 2010), The Atom B program ensure that all players get equal time hitting and fielding. Because of a 6 on 6 format, everyone is involved playing defence and everyone gets to hit during every inning. Using a pitching machine ensures a good pitch to hit almost every time. Parents get involve in coaching and encouraging all the kids from every team. Based on the number of teams, usually two games are played on weeknights from 18h30 to 20h00, with a practice on the weekends. Lakeshore Baseball is happy to provide coaching clinic to parent volunteers, please email info@lakeshorebaseball.ca

For all other programs, you can send your questions to info@lakeshorebaseball.ca and/or consult the Baseball Quebec website.

A uniform jersey will be issued to each player. The undersigned accepts the responsibility to return the uniform, washed, to the coach before the end of September. Upon failure to do so, the undersigned will be billed for the full replacement cost of a new uniform.

Each player is responsible to provide their own Baseball pants (color Grey mandatory).

Below are some stores that carry baseball supplies:

Every player must also provide his/her own CSA approved helmet, an athletic supporter and baseball cleats. 
Soccer cleats may be acceptable but not recommended, except for levels prior to Atom.

Novice, Atom and Mosquito divisions:
The bat shall not be more than thirty-two (32) inches in length, and no more than two and a quarter (2 ¼) inches in diameter at its thickest part. All bats with a barrel superior in diameter to two and a quarter (2 ¼) inches must meet the “USSSA 1.15 BPF” standard and show that mark on the bat.
 
Divisions Novice, Atome et Moustique :
Le bâton doit être d’une longueur maximale de 32 pouces et d’un baril maximal de deux pouces et quart (2 ¼). Tous les bâtons ayant un baril supérieur à deux pouces et quart (2 ¼) doivent rencontrer la norme du “USSSA 1.15 BPF” et avoir cette marque apposée sur le bâton.