DAY 9 > Wake Me Up When ‘September Madness’ Ends


WITH THE HOMESTEADS WINNING THE MIDGET DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP ON TUESDAY, THERE IS ONLY ONE GAME REMAINING TO BE PLAYED IN THE 2014 TP HOUSE LEAGUE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT. SEPTEMBER MADNESS CONCLUDES TONIGHT WITH THE PEEWEE DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP GAME AT CHRISTIE PITS

Pictures from Day 8 of the Toronto Playgrounds House League Baseball Tournament on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.

Pictures from Day 8 of the Toronto Playgrounds House League Baseball Tournament on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.

When the end of season tournament fondly known as ‘September Madness’ began eight days ago after the Labour Day long weekend, there were forty-nine games on deck to wrap up the baseball season for the teams in our Mosquito, Peewee, Bantam and Midget age divisions. With the conclusion of the Midget Division Championship Series last night, there is only one game left in the end of season 2014 Toronto Playgrounds House League Baseball Tournament.

September Madness concludes this evening with the Peewee Division Championship Game (weather permitting, of course).

Here is the game on deck for today:

PEEWEE DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Wednesday, September 10

  • 7:30 p.m. > Lizzies at Royals [Christie Pits Diamond 2]

Players are Parents are advised to be at the diamond at least 20-25 minutes before the start time to give the coaches a chance to get the line ups organized.

On days of questionable weather, Players and Parents are strongly advised to check the our Twitter feed, the Hotline [(416) 392-1914], or website if the weather is suspect for updates on the status of their games. Updates will be posted 45-60 minutes prior to the official game time.

Game posts and scores will be posted on our website the next day. Updated scores can be accessed via our Twitter feed @TPbaseballnews.

Here are the 2014 TP House League Baseball Tournament Rules in PDF format:

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].

There is only one game left in the bungee jump that is ‘September Madness’. Strap yourself in before the thrill is gone for another year.