Baseball programs


T-Ball is a great way to introduce kids to baseball. The High Park Instructional/T-Ball program is a training process by which youngsters aged 6-8 years old can learn, develop and practice fundamental baseball skills at an early age and receive maximum enjoyment from the experience.

The young player benefits in several ways hitting the ball from a prescribed tee. In T-Ball, the inning isn’t over until all 11 batters have been up to bat (the baseball concept of “three outs” doesn’t apply). So T-Ball has 110 balls in play in every five-inning game. That means lots of hitting, lots of fielding, and lots of fun! Children at all levels get the opportunity to field the ball, and every batter swings until they hit the ball.

The Instructional program is designed to introduce young players to the sport of baseball.  Six (6) year old boys and girls learn to catch, throw, hit off a tee, and run the bases while playing a variety of games.  The emphasis is on having fun, and the activities change frequently to keep the children active and involved. Learn more.

T-Ballers, aged 7 and 8, have the opportunity to develop hand-eye coordination and swing technique without fear of being hit by a pitched ball, and the defensive team is allowed more opportunities to develop fundamental fielding skills. Youngsters will learn to play and enjoy baseball through good instruction and participation experience in T-Ball. Learn more.

High Park Little League is 1 of 8 leagues in the District 1 – Golden Horseshoe

  1. Ancaster Little League
  2. Dundas Little League
  3. Erindale Little League
  4. High Park Little League
  5. Oakville Little League
  6. Stoney Creek Optimist Little League
  7. Grand River Little League
  8. Niagara Little League
  9. Kitchener Little League


Little League Baseball is the world’s largest organized youth sports program designated for children 9 -12 years of age. Although it uses a lot of the same rules as baseball there are some differences. One of the biggest difference is the size of the diamond that Little League uses. It is a 60-foot diamond with a pitching distance set at 46 feet. There are many exciting features which include a full range of tournament play and the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

High Park Little League has a Minor division (ages 9 and 10) and Major division (ages 11 and 12). The league welcomes players moving up from the T-Ball program as well as new players for each division who must attend a spring evaluation after which they are placed on a team.

District 1 is 1 of 8 Districts in the Ontario division

Ontario District #1 Golden Horseshoe
Ontario District #2 Ottawa West
Ontario District #3 Thunder Bay
Ontario District #4 Timmins
Ontario District #5 Windsor
Ontario District #6 Ottawa East
Ontario District #7 Seaway
Ontario District #8 Ottawa Valley

High Park Baseball offers AA programs for 13-15U players. Details can be found here.

The West Toronto program provides its members with premium baseball instruction through highly skilled and experienced coaches. West Toronto offers a comprehensive skill development plan through on field practice, indoor training facilities, and competitive league and tournament play. Visit Home of West Toronto for more info.

West Toronto Baseball Association provides premium baseball instruction through its highly skilled and experienced coaches and currently offers 5 teams: Peewee (13U), Minor Bantam (14U), Bantam (15U), Minor Midget (16U) & Midget (17U/18U).

Ontario is 1 of 6 Divisions in Little League Canada

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The High Park Junior Baseball Club is a AAA Junior Rep team comprised of 19-21 year olds and has been operational in High Park for the last 42 seasons and plays out of Christie Pitts. Visit home of High Park Junior form more info.

Canada is 1 of 4 Regions in Little League’s International Region, and 1 of 8 Regions, which each year hosts the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania





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