The 2021 Annual General meeting is scheduled for February 8th, 2021.   This meeting will be held via Zoom and all those eligible to attend will receive a Zoom meeting invitation via email.  If you wish to attend, are eligible to do so but have not received the link please reach out to ellen.menage@kitchenerminorbaseball.ca KMBA Bylaws…

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KMBA will only release players under 2 conditions The player attends the required number of tryout dates and does not make the AAA or AA team There is not a team at the  players age level.

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Policy: The Kitchener Minor Baseball Association promotes fair play amongst it’s athletes.  This policy is to identify the minimum playing time rules for players playing rep baseball for the Kitchener Minor Baseball Association.  Due to the competitive nature of the league these teams play in, fair play does not mean equal playing time.  Fair play…

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KMBA recognizes that all players at any age level will vary in ability and skill. The association also recognizes that it is important for players to play with others at their own respective age levels. The association has implemented programs which include House League, Select, and Rep levels at AAA, AA, A that are aimed at…

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Policy: Players are not eligible to register with the Kitchener Minor Baseball Association if they are signed with or currently playing with another team in the Province of Ontario or anywhere outside the Province of Ontario. Procedure: This policy will become effective on October 1, 2009 Any player who has previously signed with an alternative…

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Policy: The Kitchener Minor Baseball Association mandates that the transport of players to games and tournaments be the sole responsibility of the parents, guardians, and/or caregivers. Procedure: Coaches and/or managers should distribute a schedule at the parent meeting to all showing the dates of practices, games, and tournaments for the whole season. Coaches and managers…

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Policy: The Kitchener Minor Baseball Association promotes a healthy lifestyle.  Therefore, the association will follow the legislation of the Province of Ontario, the bylaws of the City of Kitchener, the Constitution of Baseball Ontario, as well as the health research that has been done with respect to the use of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Procedure:…

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Policy: All persons involved with KMBA, both volunteer and paid, in an elected or appointed position, in an administrative position and/or coaching, managing or financial capacity of any team, receive a Police Vulnerable Sector Check. KMBA will reimburse the cost of all police checks for volunteers by setting up an account with the Waterloo Regional…

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