Park Finals Sept. 8th (rain date: Sept. 9th)
Rookie - 9:30am; Mosquito - Noon; Peewee - 1:00pm; Bantam - 10:30am
Rainouts to be made up on short notice
City Championship Schedules
If games/practices have to be cancelled due to rain, a notice will be posted on the website, Facebook and an email will be sent by 4:30-5pm. The City of Hamilton may also close the diamonds depending on the weather or field conditions. Games will not be cancelled due to heat/humidex - we leave this up to the parent(s). If you do decide not to let your child(ren) play, please let your coach know so they can make arrangements to call up other players. If a game/practice is called during play due to rain, thunder or lightning, please leave the park immediately. McCulloch Park is not considered to be a lightning safe facility. Please check out the Risk Management tab for further information.
When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors!
If you can hear thunder, you can be hit by lightning. Take shelter immediately. If you cannot find a sturdy, fully enclosed building with wiring and plumbing, get into a metal-roofed vehicle. Stay inside for 30 minutes after the last rumble of thunder.
For all regular season house-league games, any games stopped (after the official game time) under the OBA Thunder Policy, would be considered over; and, for other times, the OBA Thunder Policy is to be applied.
The West Mountain Baseball Association aims to teach good sportsmanship and fair play regardless of winning or losing. The Association Executive requires that all convenors, coaches, parents, spectators and players be aware that the welfare of the child and his or her teammates is the most important concern during team selections, playing of the games and arbitrating of disputes.
Cheering on the team is part of the enjoyment of sports. Good cheering with enthusiasm is most welcome. All participants, parents and spectators are urged to share in the fun and encourage the youngsters.