If you are wishing to become a baseball umpire on Prince Edward Island, the PEI Baseball Umpires Association has opened their 2021 registration.
Any new or returning umpire must complete the form at the following link: https://form.jotform.com/211147873143251. Each registrant will then be provided access to the Grass Roots E-Learning Module and will be able to select the on-field session they wish to attend (any umpire who has already completed either the BCBUA online clinic or the Superclinic must also complete their registration).
For more information, email the PEIBUA Supervisor of Officials Mike Richards at email@example.com.
Follow the PEIBUA on social media:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PEIBUA/
- Twitter: @PEIBUA1
- Instagram: @peibaseball_umpires_assoc
- Website: http://peibua.goalline.ca/.
The Charlottetown and Area Baseball Association have opened their online registration process for the summer of 2021. Go to http://CharlottetownBall.rampregistrations.com to register.
The registration fees for 2021 are $145 for residents of the City of Charlottetown and $160 for people who live within CABA boundaries but do not live within the City of Charlottetown.
If you have any other questions, contact Cory Gaudet at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baseball PEI would like to thank all players, coaches, parents and minor baseball associations for a successful 2020 summer season, despite all of the changes and challenges posed by Covid-19!
With the season starting three-five weeks later than usual, the first baseball games took place on 26 June 2020. While there were several changes due to Covid-19 and restrictions and guidelines set forth by the CPHO of Prince Edward Island, each age category played a complete season and completed Provincial Championships. While Provincial Championships were in a different format than usual – most divisions had best-of-three quarterfinals and/or semifinals, with a one-game Final – Prince Edward Island was the only province in Canada that was able to complete Provincial Championships in baseball in 2020.
As well, five minor baseball associations across PEI saw growth in numbers of registered players, and starting on 26 September, seven minor baseball associations across PEI will be participating in Baseball PEI’s new Fall Baseball Pilot program for four-five weeks (with 27 teams taking part in four age categories). Despite challenging circumstances surrounding this season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Baseball PEI has had a successful season, and that is down to the great work done by its membership!
With the completion with the last Provincial Championship on Sunday, 20 September, Baseball PEI would like to congratulate the following 2020 Provincial Champions and runners-up: