LWF Baseball News and Announcements

LWF Baseball Adopts the Teamsnap Platform

By bobrobichaud | February 8, 2020

Exciting news! We are pleased to announce that LWF Baseball Association has adopted TeamSnap as a platform to help manage the 2020 baseball season. Used by millions of coaches, administrators, players, and parents, TeamSnap is a powerful tool for communication, scheduling, payment collection, registration, real-time game sharing and much more. All teams 9U-18U will have…

Girls Winter Baseball Camp

By lwfbaseballassociation | February 4, 2020

Calling All Girls 10-14 Years Old! There will be an all-girls baseball camp for 12U & 14U players (ages 10-14) @ The Warehouse, 78 First Lake Dr., Lower Sackville. Coaches are Adam Long and Brendan Nobes. The sessions will be on the following Fridays from 6 to 8 pm: February 14 February 21 February 28…

Canada Girls Baseball in Japan!!

By lwfbaseballassociation | January 31, 2020

  Canada Girls Baseball in Japan!!   Baseball Canada is sending a team of 5 girls to Japan for a camp in August 2020.  Players must submit a video as to why they should be picked to go. The camp is open to girls who are 10 & 11(Born after August 14th of 2008 so not…

2020 Annual General Meeting

By lwfbaseballassociation | January 25, 2020

2020 Annual General Meeting The 2020 AGM will be held on Tuesday, February 25th at the LWF Community Hall (843 Fall River Road) at 6:30 pm. All members are welcome to join.

10 Ways You’re Causing Your Child Sport-Induced Stress

By lwfbaseballassociation | January 24, 2020

Sports can be fun, but for many children, sports can be extremely stressful.

Communicate Instantly and Get Real-Time Game Updates with TeamSnap Live!

By lwfbaseballassociation | January 24, 2020

We’re thrilled today to take the wraps off an exciting new feature that will change the way you interact with TeamSnap. TeamSnap Live!

Coaching With a Purpose: Mixing Mental Lessons With Physical Ones

By lwfbaseballassociation | January 24, 2020

In just the last two decades, coaches are finally realizing the tremendous impact they can have on their win/loss record and the respect of their athletes by coaching the mental game.

Research Says Young Athletes Need More Than Just Practice To Succeed

By lwfbaseballassociation | January 24, 2020

However, many athletes never quite cross the 10,000 hour finish line, and have used the scapegoat reason, “I just didn’t have enough time to commit to the sport.”