On behalf of the Bonivital Baseball Board, it’s my pleasure to welcome you to the 2019 baseball season. We are underway planning for the upcoming season and look forward to making it another great year.
As the new President, my plan is focus some of our energy on developing our young baseball players and coaches. Our goal is to provide the players and coaches with opportunities and guidance to foster teamwork, respect, discipline and an appreciation for this great game.
Last year, the Board strived on improving policies to provide the best baseball experience for all of our players, parents, community clubs and volunteers.
I look forward to working with everyone, with a goal of providing a rewarding and positive experience to our kids.
President Bonivital Baseball
“People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” – Rogers Hornsby
June 3, 2019
Bonivital High Performance Camp
Bonivital Baseball will be hosting a high performance summer camp during July 2019. This camp is designed to help players develop and prepare for City and Provincial playoffs. The camp will focus on building strength, conditioning, flexibility and overall baseball skills. This camp will run from July 2 until August 1 and will be comprised of 20 sessions. Players will have 10 sessions of skill development and 10 sessions of strength and conditioning.
This camp is for any and all Bonivital players currently registered in either Peewee or Bantam baseball, but is limited to 15 players. If you are interested in participating in this camp and would like to reserve a spot please email Jeff Norman at firstname.lastname@example.org and please include your son or daughters name, age, what team they are currently playing for and the name of their coach. The cost of the camp will be $370.
See attached for complete details.
May 7, 2019
2019 13U/15U Prospect Showcases – Coaches needed
Baseball Manitoba will be hosting 13U and 15U Prospect Showcase Tournaments. The purpose of these showcases is to give non “AAA” players an opportunity to develop and participate in a high level of baseball. While many of the players may be minor-aged (12 and 14), some major-aged (13 or 15) players may participate as well.
Bonivital is looking for coaches for these teams. If interested in coaching either team, please submit your name and qualifications to email@example.com. ALL interested coaches MUST apply via the website so we have a complete listing of interested applicants.
Each team will play a minimum of 4 games and the entry fee is $350, payable by team participants as per Bonivital Baseball Tournament policy.
Click here for more information.
May 3, 2019
Bonivital Baseball is excited to become a Buddy Partner with Challenger Baseball.
The 15U AAA and 18U AAA teams will be assisting the players as an initiative to give back to the baseball community. Any 15U/18U A or AA teams wanting to get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in contact.
Visit Challenger Baseball website to learn more!
May 1, 2019
Volunteers Welcome and Needed!!!
We are excited that the 2019 season has officially started! A lot of work has been done by an outstanding group of volunteers. However, we still have more to do as the season continues and are looking for more volunteers. We do require volunteers after the season ends as well to prepare for next season!
We are looking for Volunteers to add to our Board and several Committees. If you are interested in joining and helping in any capacity please reach out to us by emailing email@example.com.
Visit our VOLUNTEER page for some opportunities. If you would like to assist in other ways not listed please contact us!
April 8, 2019
WINNIPEG MINOR BASEBALL – NEW WEBSITE!!!
**NEW** Winnipeg Minor Baseball’s website has tryout information for all teams, rules and more. Check it out at http://wpgminorbaseball.ca/
March 14, 2019
Ever wondered what you need to coach? Please click HERE for a complete list of Coach Certification Requirements.
All ages and all levels of ball require some level of certification.
Respect in Sport
Respect in Sport is mandatory for all coaches and managers. If you are considering to coach or manage please ensure you have a current RIS #.
Click HERE to be taken to the Respect in Sport Coach/Activity Leader Online Course.
Are you looking for your certification number? Click HERE
January 21, 2019
Blue Jays Super Camp – July 10th & 11th
The Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy will host Super Camps powered by Honda across Canada for baseball players of all skill levels aged 9 to 16.
Camps are taught by both Blue Jays Alumni and Blue Jays Baseball Academy Instructors in an organized, structured, and fun environment that helps develop their baseball skills. Players will rotate through stations that cover skills including: hitting, pitching, infield, outfield, base running and agility.
Participants will receive a Blue Jays hat, T-shirt, baseball manual with information to take home to continue to develop their baseball skills, and autographs from the alumni present. Some possible alumni to expect are Duane Ward, Lloyd Moseby, Jesse Barfield, Roberto Alomar among others (to be confirmed).
Place – Winnipeg, MB at Whittier Park
Date – July 10th and 11th (9am-1pm)
Cost – Two Day Super Camp: $219 (plus tax) per participant
Registration is now open. Please follow this link. Register early as the camp fills up quickly.