Vancouver Community Baseball (VCB) has been an active non-profit baseball organization since 1994 and their mandate is to provide an opportunity for teenagers of both genders to play baseball at all levels.
Vancouver Community Baseball’s teams play their home games at Chaldecott Park, Hillcrest Park and Trafalgar Park. These local parks are integral to creating and maintaining our “community” feel.
Vancouver Community Baseball relies heavily on our volunteer and sponsorship support. The league has several volunteers who continue to actively participate long after their children have aged out of their baseball years! The league also has long time local sponsors who provide their support to ensure that the players have the opportunity to play baseball locally. We sincerely thank our sponsors.
This past year saw the league’s Pee Wee AAA and Bantam A teams win Provincial Championships. These wins bring the league’s overall total to 20 Provincial, Western and National Championship titles.
VCB’s parent association is B.C. Baseball (www.bcminorbaseball.org) the largest baseball organization in B.C., with over 16,500 registered players. VCB has 3 age tiers of play; Peewee 12-13, Bantam 14-15 and Midget 16-18. Eligibility falls within the calendar year, from January 1st to December 31st.
In 2019, Little League Canada will be lowering the current maximum age of eligibility from 13 to 12. VCB is anticipating this change and is prepared to welcome the influx of players from District 1 into our Peewee division playing out of Chaldecott Park. District 1 includes players from Dunbar LL, Jericho LL, Kerrisdale LL and Little Mountain LL.
What VCB is most proud of is that our youth continue to enjoy playing baseball, after their Little League days – and that we develop, “a sense of belonging to our community” through the great game of baseball.
Registration for the new season begins January 1, 2018 through the
Have a great winter ahead and we look forward to seeing you all in 2018.
Let’s play ball!