Mission & Vission
The Clinton Minor Baseball Association, also referred to as CMBA, has offered youth baseball(hardball) for 55 years to the Town of Clinton and the surrounding area. We offer boys and girls programs (ages 8 to 20) to develop their baseball skills. The CMBA is a member of Western Ontario Baseball Association(WOBA) and Baseball Ontario(OBA).
Our ambition is to provide instruction and guidance in the purpose of team work, sportsmanship and dedication that will build character traits in our youth program that will serve for a lifetime.
Clinton Minor Baseball Association is always looking to expand their solid volunteer base. If you are ambitious and would like to help out a good cause, come join our winning team. CMBA would like to hear from you!
If you are interested in more information about our program for this year or in the future please contact:
Jeff Ryan at 519-318-5639
Matt Langendoen at 519-525-8590
Player Registration Refund Policy:
100% if notified by April 30th
50% if notified by May 31st
0% if notified after May 31st
Photographs of players are taken randomly throughout the season. Photos may be posted on this website, an affiliate's website or in media such as newspapers or brochures. Parents are responsible in providing consent and do so by indicating this on the player registration form.
Confirm Permission to Providing Email: EFFECTIVE 2016
Registration forms have a section where one must opt in to receive email notices of baseball related information. By checking "Yes" and providing a signature on is confirming to providing permission to Clinton Minor Baseball(CMBA), Western Ontario Baseball Association(WOBA) and Baseball Ontario(OBA) with the email address(es) provided on the registration form. The email address(es) may be used by CMBA, WOBA and OBA for the purposes of providing baseball related information which includes announcements, promotions, schedule and rule updates and tryout opportunities. By not signing this section you will not receive email notices.
All players, coaches and officials will be covered under the Ontario Baseball Association's General Liability & Accident Coverage Policy.
If an insured individual sustains an injury it must be documented and reported to the OBA within 30 days. A parent or coach can report. All injuries should be reported, even if it seems insignificant, in the event something develops later. (Example: player sustains an injury to the face or mouth from a collision or from a thrown or batted ball. Injury to the teeth may not be noticed immediately, however there have been cases where the injury manifests resulting in a root canal several months later.)
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