Our Regular Programs
Designed for kids 4-18 house league baseball is for players of all skill levels. The goal of this program is to promote skill development, team building, sportsmanship, confidence and enjoyment of the game of baseball.
Our award-winning Diamond Division is designed for children with developmental disabilities between 8-18. The goal of this program is to promote skill development, team building, sportsmanship, confidence and enjoyment of the game of baseball.
Select Baseball is a more in-depth and competitive baseball program for skilled players. Tryouts are required prior to being placed on a team. Thornhill is unique in that offers two types of Select Programs: Loop Teams & Tournament Teams.
Rep Baseball is our most in-depth and competitive baseball program for skilled players. Tryouts are required prior to being placed on a team. Rep teams compete against other York Simcoe Baseball programs and play in tournaments. Finally, teams compete to represent York Region in the Baseball Ontario Provincial Championship Tournament.
The Reds AAA senior club is for players over the age of 21 still looking to play competitive baseball. They compete in the Greater Toronto Baseball League, a seven team loop which features clubs across the GTA. The Reds senior team features players with NCAA and pro experience, and can be found every Wednesday night at Bishops Cross Park; with games starting at 7:30pm
Designed for Adults, house league baseball is for players of all skill levels. The goal of this program is to promote team building, sportsmanship, competition and enjoyment of the game of baseball.
Thank you to our 2021 sponsors
With Spring now upon us, it is safe to say that baseball is in the air. While the Boys of Summer — Bichette, Springer, Guerrero, Biggio and Ryu — are early into their baseball season, preparing for their playoff run, Thornhill Baseball is busy preparing for their own season (likely…
The 2020 Thornhill Baseball Club Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday November 25th at 7:30 pm. The AGM is open to all members of the Thornhill Baseball Community including: registered coaches, assistant coaches, managers, convenors, sponsors, umpires and registered players and/or parents and legal guardians of registered players. This…
About Thornhill Baseball Club
Thornhill Baseball Club is a not-for-profit community service volunteer organization. Founded in 1985, the Club has served and continues to serve, the residents of Thornhill (both within the City of Vaughan & the City of Markham) as the hub for community baseball. Over the past 35 years, the club has provided programing to well over 25,000 individuals.