13+ Workouts

Offseason workouts are designed to improve strength, flexiblity and agility by challenging players in a fun environment. Players will build a foundation of strength and balance, focusing on core muscles. Workouts are approximately 30 minutes followed by 30 minutes of baseball development.

Players can register for one of two timeslots at the Blue Mountain Indoor Cage:

Monday/Thursday 6-7pm
Monday/Thursday 7-8pm

Begins November 5th

Registration fee is $20/month. Time slots have been capped to 10 players to ensure high quality instruction.

Players must wear running shoes, long pants (sweat or track pants) and should wear a long sleeve shirt or t-shirt with hoodie or sweater. Players should bring a water bottle and baseball equipment (helmet, etc)

2018 Outlook

The 15-18 year olds play together during the regular season. The regular season begins on April 2nd and runs for 12 weeks. All games/practices begin at 8pm at Blue Mountain Park and end at approximately 10:30pm. Games and Practices vary from week to week but include weeknights and weekends. Players must be at the park, cleats on, ready to start 1 hour before game time unless told otherwise by the coach.

Coquitlam Little League provides team hats, belts and jerseys (belts must be returned) as well as bats and all other equipment needed to play baseball. Players must provide their own helmet, glove, cleats, baseball pants (grey) and protective cup.

Senior League

The Senior program is a competitive program focused on skill development and providing in-game opportunities for players to improve. There are more practices and games than in the Junior level and players are expected to provide the necessary commitment level.

Home games and practices are played out of Blue Mountain Park. Games and tournament locations vary from year to year but include Langley, New Westminster, Whalley and North Vancouver. All interested players are encouraged to try out for the post season team. The post season team plays against post season teams from around the Lower Mainland in the Provincial Championship. The winner of the Provincial Championship represents BC at the Canadian Championship where the winner goes on as Team Canada at the Senior League World Series. In order to eligible for the post season team, selected players must live or go to school within the League boundaries and have played at least 60% of the Regular Season league games.

*Regular season is often played with 17-18 year olds. This is based on the amount of players, teams and opportunities across the Lower Mainland.

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