Competitive Baseball for Ottawa Area Youth Players
The Bytown Dodgers Baseball Club (BDBC) is fielding teams for Ottawa baseball players between the ages of 9 and 16 looking to play competitive baseball at the A/AA level. The Dodgers program includes extensive training and development to compliment summer play time. Twice weekly training and fitness sessions will begin indoors shortly after tryouts, and once diamonds are available, will continue outdoors for the remainder of the season.
The Dodgers are a local team in the National Capital Ontario Baseball Association (NCOBA), which is an affiliate association of the Ontario Baseball Association (OBA).
Dependant on sufficient player availability, the Dodgers are planning on teams at 6 age levels offered by the OBA:
2018 team eligibility:
- Mosquito - Players born 2007 & 2008
- PeeWee - Players born 2005 & 2006
- Minor Bantam - Players born 2004
- Major Bantam - Players born 2003
- Minor Midget - Players born 2002
- Major Midget - Players born 2001
Please see Bytown Dodgers Baseball Club December 2017 Update for complete tryout details and registration.
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