What is Baseball Regina?

Baseball Regina is a volunteer, non-profit organization which organizes baseball for Regina youth under the auspices of Baseball Canada and Baseball Sask. Baseball Regina’s goal is to provide each player with an opportunity to participate, learn and enjoy playing the game of baseball which will promote health, sportsmanship, team play and good citizenship.

Baseball Regina accomplishes this goal with first conducting player evaluations.  Then player drafts and team tryouts take place to ensure each player is playing in the level that is best suited for their abilities to create a positive, safe and fun experience.  AAA teams will declare their final rosters first and then AA teams will declare their final rosters second. A teams declare their rosters third.  There are no player evaluations for Junior and Senior Rally Cap Divisions and for the other Divisions, it is not a requirement but optional for players opting to play A to participate in player evaluations. For 15U, 13U, and 11U Divisions, players are drafted by a City-wide draft to provide the opportunity for players to play with or against other players of the same skill set and ability. Baseball Regina organizes and equips the teams and coaches and provides facilities to play the game as well as scheduling games, tournaments and providing guidelines for player/team participation.


Governing body for amateur baseball in Canada Establishes the rules for amateur baseball  Sponsors regional and national championships Field Canada’s National team.




Governing body for amateur baseball in Saskatchewan Sponsors provincial tournament Field Saskatchewan Select teams Register and Evaluate players

Provide player and coaches with training clinics and select and field teams. Provide coaches, equipment and uniforms. Provide practice and playing facilities 

Baseball Regina - The Official Youth League

The federal government recognizes Baseball Canada as the official amateur baseball organization for Canada. Baseball Canada has an official affiliate organization in each province. In Saskatchewan that organization is Baseball Sask (formerly Saskatchewan Baseball Association).  Baseball Sask divides the province into eight zones. Zone 2 is the City of Regina. Baseball Regina is the official organization representing youth baseball for Zone 2 (Regina). Our 2023 Zone 2 Governor is Jean MacDonald 306-949-7433.

All Baseball Regina players are registered with Baseball Sask. Only registered players can compete in Baseball Sask sponsored tournaments and if successful the Western and National tournaments sponsored by Baseball Canada. Players that wish to try out for any Baseball Sask Selects team must be a registered player with Baseball Sask.

Advantages of Baseball

  • Emphasizes skill, co-ordination, athleticism, team play and discipline
  • Permits players of varying size and both sexes to play on same team
  • Minimal body contact therefore fewer injuries
  • Every player gets to play offence and defense
  • Every player gets an equal opportunity to score
  • Minimum of equipment required to play, therefore less expensive  to participate
  • Outdoor activity Popular sport therefore most coaches have significant playing experience
  • Family oriented activity
  • Professional league exists that players can aspire to
  • Scholarships are available to the serious skilled player

Baseball Regina’s Approach to Baseball

Regina Baseball’s approach to baseball is the same as the one endorsed by Baseball Canada and its affiliate, Baseball Sask. Baseball Regina’s goal is to provide each player with an opportunity to participate, learn and enjoy playing the game of baseball. We believe a competitive approach accomplishes this as opposed to a purely recreational approach. We also believe that players participate more, learn better and enjoy themselves more when they are placed on teams with other players of a similar age and skill level.  Coaches find it more productive and enjoyable to instruct kids when their team is composed of players with comparable skills, abilities and commitment. Teams only compete with similar teams (age and skill level) in league play.
The age levels (division) are determined by Baseball Canada.  The age of the player at January 1 of the season determines the division they will play in.

Junior Rally Cap (4**5 & 6) ** with Division Director approval & Parent/Guardian coaching

Girls Junior Rally Cap - New for 2021

Senior Rally Cap (7, 8 & 9*) * depending on player skill

Girls Senior Rally Cap - New for 2021

11U (9* 10 & 11)

11U Girls Minor League Baseball (10, 11, & 12 one year overage allowed)  New for 2021

13U (12 & 13)

13U Girls Minor League Baseball (12 13 & 14 one year overage allowed)  New for 2023

15U (14 & 15)

18U (16, 17 & 18)

Except for Rally Cap all players are evaluated to determine their skill level. The highest skilled players are placed on AAA teams, followed by AA and A. Players who are skilled enough to play at higher levels but do not have the commitment or desire to play at that level are allowed to participate at a lower level.

Typically A level teams play in League games and travel is limited to teams 50 to 80 kms of Regina.  AA teams engage in League games with travel within 120 kms of Regina, with the weekends typically being the furthest away teams.  AAA teams will play regular league games against other Province wide Cities with 2.5 to 4 hour travel scheduled on weekends. The season for all players starts early May. For A teams the season finishes at or near the end of June.  AAA teams in the 13U and 15U division may play regular league games till the middle of July with Provincials.

Advantages of Baseball Regina’s Program

Everybody is placed on a team at an appropriate level so that they have the best opportunity for succeeding and enjoying baseball. Depending on division level a 16- 22 game league schedule is set in addition to tournament and playoff games

  • Regular season is completed by end of June for A teams, mid July for AA and mid to late July for AAA (older the division the further into July).  AAA teams earning a berth into Western or Nationals will have play extended into mid August.
  • Quality coaching and instruction
  • Opportunities to compete at provincial tournament for ages 11U through 18U
  • Opportunities to compete at Western Canadian Championships for ages 13U through 18U
  • Teams play as many different teams as possible within the City and surrounding area
  • Baseball Regina is a non-profit organization run by volunteers with all proceeds contributed towards facilities, uniforms, equipment and operations
  • Web site to provide all league information and on-line registration.
  • Baseball Canada Certified Umpires.

Baseball Regina Executive

The Executive of Baseball Regina are appointed and elected at the Annual General Meeting to be held each year in the late fall/early winter for a two year term. The current members of the executive are listed on the Executive page of this website.

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