Apr 27/15
3:54 am

Pembina Hills Minor Baseball League



Central Region

League Ticker:
  • Welcome to the home of the Pembina Hills Minor Baseball League
  • "There are only two seasons—winter and baseball."
  • "Well, boys, it's a round ball and a round bat and you got to hit the ball square."
  • "Baseball is the only field of endeavor where a man can succeed three times out of ten and be considered a good performer."


This is short notice but...................

A Umpires clinic will be held on Saturday, May 2nd in the Holland Elementary School

Course is scheduled to run from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

To register contact Patti Hacault (, or Sherri Devos ( or MBA (


Challenger Baseball Comes to Manitoba

It is a first for Manitoba.  The 2015 Baseball Manitoba Challenger Baseball Day has officially come to life, and will be making its debut in Winnipeg.   

Any youth, 18 years and under, with cognitive or physical disabilities will get an opportunity to enjoy the thrill of playing baseball, and being part of a team. 

This program allows them to develop physical and social skills as well as garner some of the benefits of participation in baseball at a level structured to their abilities.  These games are played in a fun, safe environment where no score is kept.

Baseball Manitoba in partnership with the Goldeyes and the University of Winnipeg UNITED Health and Rec Plex, is hosting a Challenger Baseball Day on Saturday, June 6, 2015. The day will include a baseball game at the University of Winnipeg at 2:00 p.m., which is an indoor, safe, facility.  All participants and volunteers will receive tickets to the Winnipeg Goldeyes home game at Shaw Park that evening at 6:00 p.m.

The Goldeyes will be promoting this event in as many ways as they can through tickets, in game announcements, videos on the large screen at the game, baseball buddies, etc.

Manitoba’s Challenger Baseball Committee is looking for participants, eighteen years and under to take part, and volunteers of any age to assist with delivering this program. We are hoping that individuals and organizations would be able to connect us with both future baseball players and helpers. If interested please contact Jason Miller at Manitoba Baseball Association.


Pembina Hills Minor Baseball Association Elects New Executive

There was a changing of the guard as the Pembina Hills Minor Baseball Association elected a new executive to their board.

At the 2014 AGM meeting, a motion was passed to adopt an order of communities within the league to fill executive positions on a rotational basis. Thus at the April 13th AGM, Glenn Lowry of Darlingford stepped up to the Chairperson’s role, previously held by Mike Johnson of Baldur.

Glenn, who has been a long time baseball advocate and supporter of minor baseball, will very capably fill this role. The Vice Chair elected came from the town grouping second on the rotation list.  Filling this position, which was previously held by Jesse Janz of Glenboro, was Chad Foster of Somerset.  Chad comes with excellent baseball and organizational credentials.

The Secretary/Treasurer/Registrar remains Patti Hacault.  Committee representatives to MBA include Mike Johnson (Competition/High Performance Committee) - Baldur, Robert Gudnason (Grass Roots Committee) - Glenboro, Corey Anderson (Grass Roots Committee) - Glenboro, Cory Nakonechny (Coaching Association Committee) – Carberry and Patti Hacault (Girls Baseball Committee) – Bruxelles.

The 2015 convenors for the different age levels are: 9U Cory Anderson (Glenboro), 11U Robert Gudnason (Glenboro), 13U Melanie Chevalier (Swan Lake), 15U Blaine Boyle (Portage La Prairie) and 18U Robert Mc Leod (Mather).


General Information To Date........

Baseball Manitoba is moving to an electronic registration process so they would like all A and AA team registrations by May 15th, 2015 instead of June 1st.  For AAA, Junior and Senior - June 15th is the registration dates which remains the same.


Pembina Hills Minor Baseball League Spring Training Camps

Mosquito 11U and Up 

Pitching and Pitching Techniques Camp with Rodney Ledochowski

Sunday, May 3rd

2 and 1/2 hours of Instruction - Cost $25.

Triple Crown Spring Training Camps

(6:30 - 8:30 p.m)

Day One - Tuesday, May 5th: Pitching/Back-Catching/In-fielding

Day Two - Thursday, May 7th: Hitting/Running/Fielding

Location: Baldur Diamonds  Rain Date Location: Pilot Mound Arena 

Cost: $30 per person per night or $40 per person for the two nights

Triple Crown is also an Initiation On-Field Coaching component for coaching certification 

For more information or to book spots….

 contact Patti Hacault 526-2046 or 526-7320 or email:













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