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MSBA is proud to offer a competitive house league program for rookie ball, baseball, and girls fastpitch softball.
In house league, emphasis is placed on fun, friendship, skill development and physical activity. While skill development is important, house league coaches do not place the same emphasis on skill development, practice time and competitive expectation as do the coaches in our rep programs.
To make your registration decision easier, the average time commitment for a house league player at rookie ball, and Tyke & Peewee level of baseball on a weekly basis is three hours, consisting of one 2-hour game and one 1-hour practice. Games are always on week-day evenings and house league players typically do not participate in weekend tournaments. The average game commitment is 15 per summer. At Bantam, and Midget levels, teams average 1½ games per week (3 games over 2 weeks) plus one practice. Girl's softball commitment is similar, but consists of 21 games.
We provide a more detailed description of rookie ball so you may have a better understanding of each game. (We will assume you have a basic understanding of baseball and softball as mainstream sports.)
Other house league baseball programs are offered through our affiliation
with the Mississauga Baseball Association (MBA) with its "A" loop intercity
Girl’s fastpitch softball is every bit as exciting as baseball and our Mississauga Southwest Hurricanes young ladies consistently place strong within the Mississauga intercity league. The girl’s select program draws from the house pool to field competitive select teams. For further information contact:
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