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Junior 'AAA' Baseball is Back

After a stretch of 12 years without a Junior 'AAA' League under Baseball Alberta, the return of it is a welcome sight for the overall strength of the ...

Kraft Project Play

About Kraft Project Play Soccer fields, recreation centres, and basketball courts are just some of the places that unite us, bringing us together as f...

Makadiff Sports

We all know the high price of being inactive and disengaged. We also know the central role community sport can play in building character, connectedne...

2015 Blue Jays Honda Super Camps

Throughout the 2015 summer, the Blue Jays Baseball Academy will be partnering with Baseball Canada and Little League Canada to bring amateur players, ...

2015 Talent ID Camp Schedule

The 2015 Baseball Alberta and Alberta Amateur Baseball Council (AABC) Talent Identification schedule has been set up so that coaches for Provincial re...

2015 Baseball Alberta League Calendar - Updated Feb. 6

With the 2015 baseball season fast approaching, Baseball Alberta has set out its weekend dates for all Baseball Alberta League play as well as Provincial Championships and Post Provincial Championships.

Included in the calendar are some important Association dates for various deadlines throughout the season.

Click the picture below to pull up the full 2015 Baseball Alberta Calendar.  UPDATED FEBRUARY 6th, 2015

Posted on February 20, 2015

IMPORTANT NOTICE - Change of Rawlings Baseballs

Due to a change in the manufacturing of the R100 baseball, the ball of play during the Provincial Championships will be the Rawlings ROML baseball.

What Happened?

Rawlings has changed the R100 to incorporate a new low seam that is essentially the exact same as the seams on the ROML baseball.  The ROML and R100 will now be almost identical as the high and low seams were the only difference on them in the past.

What Does it Mean?

The Rawlings R100 baseball will still be approved for play in 2015 during Baseball Alberta League play; however, all Provincial Championships will receive the Rawlings ROML baseball for play during the Provincials.  Associations should use remaining stock of R100 baseballs during this year as in 2016, the Official Ball of Baseball Alberta will be the Rawlings ROML baseball.

If you purchase the 2015 version of the R100, they will be identical to the ROML baseball and should not cause any issues.

Baseball Alberta Baseball Regulations

ROML – “Exclusive Baseball for Baseball Alberta Provincial Tournaments”

        ROML  All Divisions / Senior & Midget*

        80CC / MLH – All Divisions   / Bantam or below

        65CC / BCAF – Peewee and Below

Rawlings baseballs are required at all Baseball Alberta League games.

*The Rawlings R100 baseball is still approved for all Baseball Alberta League play excluding the Provincial Championships.

The Rawlings “ROML” baseball is recognized as the Official Baseball of Baseball Alberta and will be used at ALL Provincials Championships.

Posted on January 19, 2015

Rawlings Baseball