TP Baseball Season Opening Weekend Event Scheduled For May 25


IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 100th YEAR OF AMATEUR BASEBALL IN THE CITY OF TORONTO, TP BASEBALL HAS SCHEDULED SEVERAL EXCITING EVENTS ON SATURDAY TO CELEBRATE THE CENTENNIAL MILESTONE AT CHRISTIE PITS; EVERYONE IS WELCOME!!!

Toronto Baseball Association 100 Year Centennial Patch

Toronto Baseball Association 100 Year Centennial Patch

All members of our TP Baseball program are cordially invited to attend our special TP Baseball Season Opening Weekend Event on Saturday, May 25 at Christie Pits from 9:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Opening Week Event is being held to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of Amateur Baseball in the City of Toronto via our association with the Toronto Baseball Association.

TP Baseball President Bill Evans and Reagan Maude are spearheading the initiative to celebrate the occasion of this special centennial event.

Here are some of the Opening Week Event highlights:

  • Toronto City Councillor Mike Layton will throw out the ceremonial first pitch to inaugurate the start of our TP House League Baseball season at Dominico Field at Christie Pits. (Councillor Layton used to play baseball as a youth at Christie Pits.)
  • Bantam House League Division season opening game at Dominico Field at Christie Pits (a.k.a. “Diamond 1).
  • Mosquito and Peewee Division Fielding & Pitching Clinics at Christie Pits Diamond 2.
  • Rookie Ball Batting Practice Event at Christie Pits Diamond 3 showcasing our new JUGS pitching machine (a.k.a “Fergie”) that was purchased with funds raised from our 2012 Derby For Distance Event.
  • Feed your hunger at our BBQ, Snacks & Drinks Table.
  • Enter a raffle to win some Toronto Blue Jays tickets.

ALL participating TP players attending the Opening Week Event are encouraged to wear their uniforms so they can partake in a group photo that will be taken at Dominico Field (a.k.a. Diamond 1) at 11:00 a.m.

If you wish to help us out as a volunteer at the event or have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].