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Greetings Fellow Umpires!!
My name is Paul Chapley and I will assume the role of Umpire in Chief and Assignor for Select, Rep and our Men’s House League. I am pleased to introduce Reuben Gasee as my assistant who will be assigning
umpires into the House League schedule.
We are all aware of the effects Covid 19 has had on all sports at the Grass Roots level for players, coaches and officials. Please stay tuned to this page for details regarding Umpire Clinics (live or virtual) and any information on how Covid 19 might affect the 2022 season. My hope is that we all do our part – double vax + boost – and baseball in 2022 returns to a semblance of normal.
I am very excited for the 2022 season and meeting all our Thornhill Baseball Club Umpires. If you have any questions, comments or great ideas please contact me at email@example.com
2018 OBA Sr. Umpire of the Year
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Code for Umpires
I will officiate by the rules.
I will ensure that I am knowledgeable of the rules.
I will control my temper. Personal criticism of any person by word or gesture is unacceptable.
I will show respect for the participants and their skills.
I will refrain from profanity. Verbal abuse towards players, managers, coaches, officials or spectators will not be tolerated including emails, voice messages, text messages (as well as “tweeting”) and social network postings.
I will not allow use of tobacco, alcohol or drugs (unless prescribed by a licensed physician) on the field or in the dug out or in the vicinity thereof.
I will be friendly to all participants.
I will generally warn players of unacceptable behaviour before taking further action for a second offence, although I reserve the right to cite or eject a player for a first offence.
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.