Baseball registrations @ 154 Fox Street will be cancelled due to funeral. Please stay tuned for an announcement regarding an alternate registration date.
Registrations for the 2017 Cottam Adult Baseball season have begun. You will be able to register for CAB in two ways. The first way will be on-line in the comfort of your own home. You will even be able to pay by credit card, safely and securely.
The second way will be through several in-person registrations. This method will allow you to pay by credit card, cheque or cash and we have made several dates available. Check the calendar for the up-to-date dates, times and locations.
This year we expect a larger turnout and we will be limiting total registration to only 100 people. So please register early to guarantee your spot.
Cottam Adult Baseball
WANTED! Cottam Rotary is getting ready for their annual Christmas tree sale and need a couple of young at heart, strong and ambitious volunteers to help unload the Christmas Tree truck when it comes in. This time can also be used as part of the required high school volunteer hours so mom’s and dad’s can drag the kids out as well! Many hands make less work so all are welcome. Tentatively the truck arrival is Saturday, November 26th @ 8:00 am. Please contact Dan Levy with Cottam Rotary at email@example.com
Today is the day! We will be playing 2 five inning games, then breaking for dinner and then having a fun kids vs. parents game. So make sure to bring your kids out if you would like!
The first game will be at 3pm, the second game will be at 4:15pm, and the third game will be around 6:30pm. So be ready to play ball at the park for 3pm today (Sunday September 18th)!
If you have any questions or would like to bring something, please text or call us at (519)990-2945. We will be too busy to respond to emails, but will reply to your text messages.
See you all at the park!
Cottam Adult Baseball
Due to weather and field conditions, we will not be playing baseball today. See everyone in two weeks!
We had some rain earlier today, but the diamonds are dry and the weather is looking all clear! As always, if weather starts looking bad, please check back for more information.
Today they are predicting nasty weather at or near the time we are to start playing baseball. As we said in previous posts & emails you need to check this website for the latest information. We may have to make last minute decisions.
The fields are completely soaked, therefor baseball is cancelled for tonight!
On days like today where the weather can change in an instant or when it has rained throughout the night and during the day there is a chance baseball will need to be cancelled. Below is how we determine if baseball is a go or no go.
- If the Town of Kingsville sends an email indicating that the fields are closed, then no matter what the actual field conditions are we cannot play ball.
- Baring no email from the town someone will go to the diamonds two hours before the scheduled start and determine the playing conditions and post the cancellation on the website. This person (probably Rick as he is the closest to the park) makes the decision. Ultimately the decision is based on safety first and foremost and is final. This means if baseball is cancelled no one is allowed on the diamonds and if you chose to ignore the closure you will not be covered for insurance in the event of injury.
- If the website does not indicate baseball is cancelled you are to assume we are playing baseball.
While all the above is great in a perfect world, there will be times when you show up and it has rained and we can’t play. League convenors (Nicole, Doug & Rick) will decide if we continue or not. While we understand some of you may be coming in from the city and you may have to turn around and go home there is not much we can do, however we do have a small restaurant uptown that you can sit and have a nice dinner.
Also if a game is cancelled, all games are cancelled for the night. As the league does not track wins or losses we will not be making up any game missed due to weather.
Wow! What a great night of baseball. I want to thank all of those who came out last night, which was nearly 100%, and played ball. From my viewpoint it appeared that everyone had a great time and understand that we are out there to enjoy our new friends and the game.