Welcome to the home of the Vancouver Mounties Baseball Club.
Home of the 2009 and 2011 Bantam AAA League Champions.
Home of the 2010 and 2012 Bantam AAA Provincial Champions.
Home of the 2008 and 2011 Western Canadian Silver Medalists.
Home of the 2012 Canadian National Silver Medalists
Countdown to Fall Ball (Sep 3/14)
July 20, 2013 - Cody turns double play against Spokane! Vancouver Mounties - 2013 Summer Sizzler Tournament Gold Medalists at Yakima Washington
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2008 WESTERN CANADIAN SILVER MEDALISTS
2009 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 2010 B.C. PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS 2010 CANADIAN NATIONALS 4th Place 2011 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 2011 WESTERN CANADIAN SILVER MEDALISTS 2012 B.C. PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS 2012 CANADIAN NATIONALS SILVER MEDALISTS
2013 WASHINGTON STATE BRONZE MEDALISTS
League Play 19 - 15 Overall 40 - 24 - 1 2014 Record VS United States Competition 9 - 4 2014 Double Plays 16 Runners Thrown Out Stealing 52 2014 Clipboards Broken: 1 1st Place GSA Attack of the Bats Tournament Gold Medal 1st Place Can-Am Tournament Gold Medal
Note:Click on standings tab on left for full league standings. Note: Click on games on right, or in schedule tab for complete boxscore.
Mounties Alumni To Play For UBC Four former Mounties have committed to play for the UBC Thunderbirds. 2011 Alumnus Brad Smith, the Mounties all time single season strike out king, will be on this year's roster as a pitcher. Three Mounties from the 2012 Provincial Championship team that finished second in Canada at the Bantam National Championships have signed sports scholarship offers to attend UBC during the 2015/2016 season/school year. Congratulations to INF Lichel Hirakawa-Kao, INF/P Lucas Soper, and P Robert Hemer.
Mounties 2015 Tryouts Start Jan. 31st! The Vancouver Mounties Tryouts for the 2015 Season will take place at Nanaimo Park on Saturday Jan 31st starting at 3:00pm. Tryout schedule is as follows.
Jan. 31/15 Saturday 3:00 pm No Feb 1 tryout due to the Super Bowl Feb. 7/15 Saturday 3:00 pm Feb. 8/15 Sunday 3:00 pm Feb. 14/15 Saturday 3:00 pm Feb. 15/15 Sunday 3:00 pm Feb. 21/15 Saturday 3:00 pm Feb. 22/15 Sunday 3:00 pm
2015 Vancouver Mounties Tryout Information We welcome you to tryout for the Vancouver Mounties Bantam AAA Team. We play in B.C. Minor Baseball's very competitive 15U Bantam AAA Division which is the Tier 1 League for bantam aged players.
Tryouts are open to any player who resides in Vancouver Minors Boundaries born in 2000 or 2001. B.C. Minor also allows each team to carry 3 non boundary players which are classified as imports.
To be eligible as an import you must: 1) Live in an area that is not in any B.C. Minor Baseballs Associations Boundaries. 2) Obtain a release from your Association. 2) If your Association does not field a Bantam AAA team ask your association for a tryout release.
All Mounties Tryouts will be held at Nanaimo Park.
Bantam AAA is a single season format providing the highest calibre of baseball for this age group. The league will have approximately 14 teams from the Okanagan to the Lower Mainland and over on Vancouver Island. We'll play 65 plus games this season including exhibition games, league play and several tournaments in B.C. and Washington.
Our practices start in early March and our season goes to the middle of August and the season concludes with a Provincial Championship Tournament and the Winner carries on to represent B.C. in a National Tournament or a Championship Tournament in the U.S.A.
We plan to carry 12 players and promise plenty of play time for everyone to develop. All players that make the team will play, providing they follow team rules. The AAA program promotes a positive team atmosphere with an emphasis on skill development, and most important team play.
The Vancouver Mounties put a lot of emphasis on developing, but also work a lot on the mental aspect of the game. It is important to make sure that each player plays up to their talent/skill levels and reach their full potential. The Vancouver Mounties pride themselves on making sure that each player peaks and learns how to perform in big time games and situations.
Player Development The Vancouver Mounties are one of the top developing programs in Bantam AAA in Canada and they are proud to say that in the last 7 years that 91 different players who wore the Mountie Uniform have moved on and continued to play and develop their skills at higher levels of competitive baseball. This shows that the Mounties program helps develop players for their future.
Not only do the Vancouver Mounties develop but they also teach players how to WIN. Some people believe that win is a dirty word and you should play just for fun. The Mounties believe that to fully develop your potential you must build character learning how to play as a team and make sacrifices to obtain team goals, learning to be a responsible teammate these things will help build character, With the Vancouver Mounties the goal is always to win and we will never apologise for that. But win or lose all we ever ask from our players is to compete at the best of their ability every time they cross the foul lines regardless of the score. If they do that it will always be a successful season.
Nationals, Westerns, and Provincial Tournaments The Mounties formula of developing strong team character and emphasizing team play has put them in the upper echelon of Bantam AAA programs in Canada. In 7 years the Mounties have qualified for every Provincial Tournament and have also reached the Nationals and Westerns numerous times.
7 Provincial Tournaments - 2 Provincial Championships 2010 and 2012 (reached final 5 times) 2 Canadian National Tournaments - 2012 Silver medal and in 2010 a 4th place finish. 3 Western Canadian Championships - 2008 and 2011 Silver medals and in 2013 a 4th place finish.
Tournament History In the past 7 years the Vancouver Mounties have played in 52 Tournaments and have been successful in reaching the Championship final game an unprecedented 33 times (64%). The Mounties won a total of 18 of those Tournaments giving them a 35% win percentage of all tournaments that they have entered.
Win Loss Records The Mounties since 2008 have averaged 85 games a year. Over this time they have played top teams from all of BC, many teams from all over Canada including 20 Provincial Allstar Teams and 69 of the top teams from Washington State. The Mounties believe that to be the best you must play the best the Mounties are very proud of their outstanding record from 2008 - 2014 against a lot of top quality baseball teams.
Overall Regular Season Record 215 - 49 - 1 (.813 win percentage) Overall USA Record 56 - 37 - 3 (.599 win percentage) Overall Record 445 - 145 - 8 (.751 Win Percentage
If you have any questions regarding boundaries or the Vancouver Mountie Program please contact Todd Mundle at Vancouvermounties@gmail.com