Baseball PEI is looking for your help!
From the period of 2013-2019, Baseball PEI has a record of all Provincial Champions (and the vast majority of medalists at either Baseball Atlantic or Baseball Canada National 13U Atlantic Championships). However, our records before 2013 aren’t complete and we don’t know the vast majority of Provincial Champions before 2013.
Currently, the list of Provincial Champions of which we are aware can be found at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1T2bIWdH2-iD16MwYTREjjMKG9mi6tQD07kMMt_MDbD4/edit#gid=0. Please note that any teams that were medalists at Atlantic Championships are denoted.
If you know who the Provincial Champion is in a particular category before 2013, please email Randy at firstname.lastname@example.org with the team name, age and skill category, and the coach of the team. As well, if there are any errors on this list, or teams listed that won a medal at an Atlantic Championship and that isn’t denoted, please email Randy as well.
Your help in assisting with us remembering our Provincial Champions is very much appreciated!
Coaches and players – while you are at home practising social distancing and/or self-isolation, this is a perfect time to check out the various resources in the Baseball PEI Library!
Check it out at https://www.baseballpei.ca/page/show/1668798-baseball-library. Within it, there are over 35 videos/documents on ways to improve players, coaching strategy, drills and so on. Also, we recommend you check out this Baseball PEI-produced documents – our Introductory Coaches Manual (https://cdn4.sportngin.com/attachments/document/5d21-1726042/2019_Introductory_Coaching_Manual.pdf#_ga=2.215709268.297332544.1584316667-1954251289.1583858777), Catcher Training Manual (https://cdn1.sportngin.com/attachments/document/1011-1719675/Baseball_PEI_Catcher_Training_Manual.pdf#_ga=2.190020072.297332544.1584316667-1954251289.1583858777) and out Proper Throwing Mechanics in Baseball (https://cdn1.sportngin.com/attachments/document/0080/6340/Thowing_Mechanics_Article_by_Connor_-_6_August.pdf#_ga=2.188907112.297332544.1584316667-1954251289.1583858777).
Also within our Baseball PEI Library is a directory of Baseball Canada videos for coaches. Over 100 videos are dealing with fundamentals and coaching drills, and over 100 Baseball Canada vlogs which deal with topics like specific rules, how to approach certain situations as a coach, tips for getting the most out of your players, and a great deal other situations. Check this out at https://www.baseballpei.ca/baseballcanadavideos.
There are infinite sources for information for coaches and players online. This is a great time to learn more about the great game of baseball and we recommend starting with the Baseball PEI Library!
As of Friday, 13 March 2020 at 2 pm AST, Baseball PEI is suspending all sanctioned activities until at least 6 April 2020.
After this point, Baseball PEI will make a decision on a weekly basis to as whether or not permit sanctioned activities for the following week (a decision whether or not to permit Baseball PEI-sanctioned activities for the week of 6-10 April will be made by Friday, 3 April, before 2 pm AST). Please note this is subject to change based on recommendations/directives from the Public Health Office of Prince Edward Island.
Sanctioned activities include I.D. camps/events for 2020 Baseball PEI Provincial teams, 13U Regional Camps, 16U Girls Offseason Camps, meetings and any other Baseball PEI activity.
With the spread and impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), it is advisable for all individuals to practise social distancing and all take all preventative measures to avoid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The reality is that this is not possible at Baseball PEI camps and activities.
This decision was not taken lightly. However, the health of all players, coaches and personnel involved with Baseball PEI is of the utmost importance.
Baseball PEI wishes to thank everybody for their patience and understanding during this difficult and unprecedented time.
The first four tryouts for the 2020 Provincial 16U Girls Team – representing Baseball PEI at the 2020 Baseball Canada National 16U Girls Championships in Summerside, PE from 27-30 August – will be beginning on 20 April 2020.
Led by head coach Randy Byrne and his staff including Dave Atkins, Tyler Johnston and Mackenzie Pinet, the Provincial 16U Girls are looking to build on Baseball PEI’s experience at the 2019 Baseball Canada National 16U Girls Championship, where this team won one game with a team average age of 14-years-old.
Indoor tryout schedule:
All players trying out are asked to pre-register. To pre-register, please email Randy at email@example.com. As well, please indicate the following information in your email:
The cost is $60 for the indoor tryouts (to cover the cost for the facilities). There will be no cuts made until at least after the fourth tryout. Payment must be made before stepping onto the turf at the first session. Payment can be made via eTransfer (you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org; please include password), cash or cheque (made out to “Baseball PEI Provincial 14U/16U Girls Program”).
For more information on the team plan for the 2020 Provincial 16U Girls, please check out https://cdn1.sportngin.com/attachments/document/2eea-2130736/FAQ_-_2020_Provincial_16U_Girls_Team.pdf#_ga=2.53138977.847974525.1583757804-1309141371.1558968997.
After fielding a team at the Baseball Atlantic 14U Girls Championships for the second time ever in 2019 (the first time being in 2016), Baseball PEI is looking to field a team at this event again in 2020, which will be held in Nova Scotia from 11 – 13 September 2020. As a result, Baseball PEI is calling for applications to be the Head Coach of the Provincial 14U Girls team.
The person who is named Head Coach of the 2020 Provincial 14U Girls team will work with Baseball PEI Director of Female Baseball Joelyne Taylor and Executive Director Randy Byrne to create a plan for potential recruitment, tryouts (if necessary), practices and potentially some exhibition games in the lead up to the 2020 Baseball Atlantic 14U Girls Championships. The person named Head Coach of the Provincial 14U Girls team will also work some with the coaching staff of the Provincial 16 Girls team in terms of coordinating practice sessions, players and et cetera (players who turn 14-years-old in 2020 will be eligible to play on this team, as well as three 15-year-old players).
Baseball PEI is looking for candidates with experience in baseball, organizational capabilities and a passion for girls’ baseball. Experience with coaching female players would be considered an asset. NCCP certification in baseball would also be considered an asset. Upon being named the Head Coach, the Head Coach of the 2020 Provincial 14U Girls team has the right to select two or three assistant coaches to round out their coaching staff (upon approval from the Board of Directors of Baseball PEI.
Any persons interested/wishing to be the Head Coach of the 2020 Provincial 14U Girls Team should send an email to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight, Monday, 16 March 2020. This email should contain the following information:
Any questions should be directed to email@example.com. Baseball PEI reserves the right to repost again should no suitable coach be found.