COVID-19-UPDATE

With the fluid situation around COVID-19, we fully appreciate that it has changed the daily routines of each and every one of us.

Based on the guidance of York Region Public Health, the Board of Thornhill Baseball recently made the decision to suspend all in-person league activities, winter workouts, practices and umpiring and coaching clinics until April 3rd. This was communicated to the impacted individuals by email.

More importantly, at this point, our plans have not changed and we are actively working diligently and gearing up to run our regular activities for all House League, Rep and Select programs when our season starts in May.

As the situation continues to evolve, we are committed to keep all impacted members of the baseball community up to date on our plans.

Questions about COVID-19? Please visit York Region Public Health website.

2020 Registration is now open

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Our Regular Programs

House League

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.

 

 Diamond Division

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

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

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.

Rep Senior

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

 

 

 Men's League

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.

 

 

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Recent News

Thornhill Baseball 2020 House League Registration Now Open

January 16, 2020

Thornhill Baseball’s 2020 house league registration is now open! https://thornhillbaseball.net/registration/ What’s New in 2020: Thornhill Baseball Players will have access to our new indoor training Academy (114 Bowes Rd, Unit 7 in Concord). The facility includes 1 batting cage and 1 pitching tunnel.  We are hosting an Open house January…

Thornhill Baseball Training Academy Winter Indoor Clinic Series

January 11, 2020

Programs are designed to prepare players for the upcoming season.  Registration now open.  Saturday January 11th Fielding Clinic – For players Aged 8 – 15  LOCATION: Stephen Lewis Secondary School TIME: 2:30-4:30 pm PRICE: $20 (please bring cash to the clinic) CAPACITY: 15 players (5:1 instructor to player ratio) Wednesday February 5th Pitching Clinic…

Home for the holidays at Field of Dreams

December 10, 2019

“HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS“ A TWO DAY CLINIC INSTRUCTED BY THORNHILL REDS WHO CURRENTLY AND FORMERLY PLAY NCAA BASEBALL IN THE UNITED STATES   THE TWO DAY INSTRUCTIONAL CLINIC The two day instructional camp run by our head of training and development, Jennifer Stitt, will feature instructors who play on the Thornhill Reds AAA…

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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.