Our Summer Season offerings incorporate several levels designed to match the needs and abilities of all players. DABA coaches apply a Technical Plan that has been designed by the Program Development Committee and endorsed by a Baseball Canada Master Trainer. This ensures that children are learning the appropriate physical, technical, tactical and mental skills needed for them to succeed at the level at which they are playing.
Rally Cap Initiation Program (Ages 4 – 7)
For the youngest players, we offer an Initiation Program (Rally Cap). At this level, coaches and assistants interact closely with the players, who begin hitting off a “Tee”. After several weeks, we begin “Coach-pitch”, which introduces the kids to hitting a thrown ball. While DABA will have facilitators there for the whole season this year, this is a Parent-Tot program and your support is required.
Visit the Rally Cap page for more information
Participation Leagues (Ages 8 – 17)
At the Participation League level, accredited coaches give players of all abilities the opportunity both to learn and to play games. There are usually one or two games per week, and at least one practice.
Girls Leagues (Ages 8 – 16)
DABA, along the region of Lac-St-Louis, has GIRLS Baseball program.
For more information, please visit the Lac St-Louis Regional web site.
Competitive Inter-City Leagues (Ages 8 – 22)
The Head Coaches of these Intercity teams have received additional training in order to best guide those players with the ability and commitment to meet the challenge of competing at higher levels. Competitive teams usually play at least two games per week and hold one or more practice sessions as well. The Inter-city program offers teams for high level players which play on a competitive teams against teams from around the Montreal metropolitan and surrounding areas. This league is the highest level of competition available for players.
To register, please go to the registration page.
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