Mississauga North Baseball Association

"Providing a youth Baseball/ Softball experience unlike any other for kids aged 5-21"

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All Association's operations are suspended and Training Facility is closed until further notice

 

MNBA BASEBALL FACILITY, THE DEN, WILL BE CLOSED IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

 

March 17, 2020

 

With the latest updates from the Canadian Medical Associations and the Province of Ontario. We have made the decision to suspend all baseball, softball and athletic activities as well as all baseball gatherings of any kind or size from taking place in our facility effective immediately. As we receive ongoing news about the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to and will adjust to the situation and take all necessary measures to ensure the health and safety of everyone is first and foremost in all decisions.

 

We will continue to provide updates to all via our website.

 

Please continue to do your part, by practicing all recommended preventative measures.

 

Thank you

 

Domenic Giorgio
President, Mississauga North Baseball Association

Mississauga North U15 Elite Team (EBLO)

Seeking Players Born In 2005/2006 

 Contact Head Coach Matt Fenwick at 416-953-1939

Mississauga North 9U Rep Team

Looking For Players Born In 2011 or Later 

Contact Head Coach Ashley.thomson@hotmail.com 

Mississauga North 8U Rep Team

Looking For Players Born in 2012 

Contact  Head Coach NParkhouse@gravitassecurities.com 

2020 Registrations are OPEN

Baseball and Softball House League

Season starts May 11th, Two Games Weekly and One Practice 
Find out more about Baseball House League and Softball House League programs

Breakfast Television Toronto
Live Eye With 
The Mississauga North Tigers

President Interview

Inside of the batting cage

Working out with the athletes

Team drills and chatting with players

Playing baseball

Indoor Training Facility

Objectives of Mississauga North

Baseball Association

Mississauga North Baseball Association has contributed over  45 years of service to the Mississauga area. Over the years, our name has changed, but our objectives never have. Our mandate is to foster, promote and teach amateur baseball/softball to all eligible individuals without regard to race, creed, colour, sex, religion or national origin. To develop community spirit and encourage sportsmanship and good fellowship among all eligible individuals and participate to the betterment of their physical, mental and social well being. To accomplish this, the league shall endeavour to provide coaching, equipment, skill evaluation and development, and other necessary resources to enable each child to have the opportunity to play to the highest level of their ability.

We are a part of Ontario's premier baseball association!

Twitter @mnbatigers

Bantam Select Team Looking For 2 Players For The 2020 Season!

 Contact Head Coach Tom Lough 

 pest99969@yahoo.ca or 647-457-1338

Interested In Playing Rep Baseball This Summer?

 

For Tigers Rep Baseball Info CLICK HERE

For Tigers Elite Baseball Info CLICK HERE

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We are the largest Baseball and Softball

Association in Mississauga, for over 55 years

Did You Know They Were Tigers

MLB drafted that played MNBA  Tigers:

Shawn Hill, Chris Leroux,

AJ Wideman, Jordan Wideman,

Dalton Pompey, Josh Naylor,

Cooper Davis, Kyle Thomas

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'03 Bantam Softball team at

2018 SUMMER GAMES

Proud to be a Tiger!

2014, 2015, 2016
National Champions

National Champions for three years in a row, a record for Canada

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Top Softball teams in Ontario and Canada

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Encouraging Kids To Stay Active

When kids are active, their bodies can do the things they want and need them to do. Why? Because regular exercise provides these benefits.

*Strong muscles and bones

*Healthy weight

*Decreased risk of developing type 2 diabetes

*Better sleep

*A better outlook on life

Physically active kids also are more likely to be motivated, focused, and successful in school.  Mastering physical skills builds confidence at every age.

Make Friends For Life, Make Memories For A Lifetime

Your child will make friends and they will remember when they played together on the same team, all their life.

Develop Social Skills

Teamwork and benefits of social interaction among children are best seen in sports. Kids learn they are part of a team that requires the same effort from all members to succeed, as well as how to win with class, and lose with dignity.

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Important Things Your Child Can Learn From Playing Sports

*Confidence

*Discipline

*Competitiveness

*Perseverance

*Communication Skills

*Responsibility

*Friendship

*Team Spirit and Teamwork

*Motivation

*Respect

*Diversity and Inclusion

*Time Management

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