What: 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the Calgary Rocky Mountain Baseball Association (CRMBA) and for Calgary Rocky Mountain Little League (RMLL)
Who: All members of CRMBA and RMLL are invited and encouraged to attend
When: Monday, November 12th - 6:00 pm
Where: The meeting will take place at the Holiday Inn on Macleod Trail and 42nd Avenue in the Drumheller Room
Details: We will review the 2018 season and elect our new board for 2019 (all board positions are up for election each year). The AGM is a great opportunity to step up and participate as a board member.
As a volunteer not-for-profit organization, we depend heavily on the energy and enthusiasm of our members. We are always in need of volunteers to help serve on the board or in various key roles on different committees, so please plan to attend.
For Minors and Majors age players interested in trying out for one of RMLL's Spring Travel Teams, open evaluations are at the Coyote Den on January 25, 2019 at 5.00 pm.
More info here: Spring Travel Team Page
2019 RMLL evaluations for all players in the Minors and Majors Divisions will take place in Okotoks on March 9th and 10th. Evaluations are mandatory for all players who are Little League age 9 through 16, plus any 8 year olds who plan to try out for Minors.
All players must pre-register for a timelsot (available in February 2019).
Teenage Division evaluation dates have not yet been confirmed.
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This is a reminder to parents that all bats MUST display the USA Baseball certification logo (on the bat's handle) to be used in any games or practices (the only exception is the Senior Division, for players age 14 to 16. Senior Division bats must display the BBCOR certification logo).
Bats that are BPF 1.15 certified (used in 2017 and prior seasons) cannot be used in any games or practices.
USA Baseball-approved bats used in Rookie Ball Senior and above must be at least 27" long.
USA Baseball bats that are 26" and shorter are approved for use only with soft core (T Ball) baseballs, as indicated on the bat. These bats can only be used in the T Ball and Rookie Ball Junior divisions.
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