CMBA Coach and Manager Information

The CMBA Board wants to thank all coaches and volunteers who put their personal time into our program. We know first hand what type of commitment it takes to be a part of any sports program and we appreciate everything you do for the Association and our Athletes. We thank you all for stepping up and taking on this vital role with your group. We also know just how difficult it can be to get ready for your season and have everything set up in order to just get off the ground. There is always a lot of confusion or lack of information provided to you in order to get everything ready, so CMBA has started this page with the intention to provide as much information in order to get you started every year.


Rally Cap, Rookie, Community and Rep Program information/writeups are on our website homepages for you to review and be familiar with on the following pages.


Below are some links of information/expectations from CMBA:

- Please ensure you familiarize yourself with the CMBA Website Coach Information pages for the following requirements:

        1. Coach Role and Responsibilities
        2. Code of Conducts for:
          1. Coaches
          2. Parents
          3. Players
        3. CMBA’s Coaches Corner page for:
          1. Safety/Medical Forms
          2. Injury Reports
          3. Concussion Information
          4. Criminal Records Check form (These must be completed for all coaches and submitted to the CMBA President @
          5. General Coaching Requirements needed for coaches at whatever level they are at
          6. Coaching Clinic Information
        4. CMBA's Policies, Procedure, Forms 
        5. Season Timeline 


- Below are CMBA requirements regarding any type of bookings/schedule of team events, training, practices, games, etc.

  1. In regards to bookings for ANY team athletic events including (training, practices, games, etc.). This MUST be scheduled through the CMBA Scheduling Director Davin Wilcox  whether this is pre-season or in-season. Post-Season activities are not included in this requirement for bookings, unless they are continued with a CMBA Selected Team. This is required for insurance purposes and for tracking team usage. All events scheduled, whether with the City of Camrose or other, will be tagged by the team/head coach in order to cross reference usage when we are invoiced. CMBA will contact teams about what they owe upon receipt of these invoices.
  2. All Rep teams (AAA or AA) will be provided 2 diamond practice time slots per week (generally Tuesday/Thursday or Monday/Wednesday) starting from May 1st going until July 31st that are covered by the player registration fee’s. Rep teams will also be given 1 Batting Cage & Bullpen time/session per week. The schedule for diamond & batting cages is posted on our website. Anything above and beyond these provided facility times will then be at the expense of individual teams. 
  3. All Non-Rep teams (RC, 9U, 11U 13U, 15U and 18U) will be provided 1 diamond practice time slot per week (generally Sunday's) starting from May 1st going until June 30th that is covered by the player registration fee’s. Non-Rep teams will also be given 1 Batting Cage & Bullpen time/session per week. The schedule for diamond & batting cages is posted on our website. Anything above and beyond these provided facility times will then be at the expense of individual teams.
  4. All Schedules are available on our website under the Diamonds & Facilities Tab.  


- Team Equipment / Diamond Equipment - CMBA Equipment Director Jeff Badry or CMBA Facilities Director Gord Nadeau

  1. Please contact Jeff Badry to arrange equipment pick up and Uniform pick ups.
    1. AAA Will use the White Uniforms
    2. AA Will be designated by Team colour (Royal or Red as posted on website)
    3. Community Division from 9U & Up will have varying uniforms to ensure no teams in the same level will be fitted with the same Jersey's
    4. 7U Rally Cap, will be dependent on the skill level of the child and fitted with Rally "Caps" to match each individuals skill level.
  2. Sign-out sheets of what is provided will be completed for your team and a $250 post dated cheque will need to be provided by the person responsible for the team equipment. The cheque will remain uncashed and returned to the responsible person when all equipment is returned in good order. 
  3. Any team wanting any other team specific athletic wear will need to ensure it is using CMBA approved Branding. If you are unsure please contact your rep directors.  
  4. CMBA will ensure that all diamonds are equipped with such equipment as L-Screens, Tee’s, Bases, spare bases or straps, hammers and any other equipment needed.


- Team Roster Submission's & Player Transfers - Baseball Alberta Forms are located here 

  1. Initial team rosters need to be submitted to Baseball Alberta Monday April 19th. These must be filled in by a team representative (Head Coach or Manager, etc.) Once you have them completed please forward to Baseball Alberta and cc to our Registrar at
  2. In the event you have an import requiring a Player Transfer Form to be filed, it is located at the above Baseball Alberta page as well. If your unsure about the player transfer process please click this link for information on the process. The Player transferring is responsible for the $25 Baseball Alberta fee to complete the transfer. The players/guardians are responsible to get the forms filled in by their home associations and forward off to the CMBA President at for final approval for transfer into our Association for the season. Player transfers can not be grandfathered in nor carry over to subsequent years.


We hope this gets you started for the season. If you have any other questions, please contact the appropriate CMBA Board Members going forward.


The CMBA Board

Applicable for the 2021 Season


- Baseball Alberta Return to Baseball Updates/Requirements - Please click the attached Baseball Alberta link for more information 

  • Baseball Alberta's Return to Baseball Plan & FAQ documents from April 6th, outlining current restrictions. CMBA continues to support BA & the Alberta Gov’t current restrictions and expects all coaches to do the same.

- Other things to keep in mind:

  • Why restrictions are needed
    • Albertans have a responsibility to slow the virus's spread and make sure the health system can continue supporting patients with COVID-19 and many other needs.
    • There is a time lag between when people get infected and when new cases are identified. This means the cases we see today were infected up to 2 weeks ago.
    • We must work together to protect each other. The greater the community spread, the more likely it will infect our loved ones most at-risk of severe outcomes, including death.
  • What else you should do.
    • Continue following existing public health measures to keep everyone safe
    • Stay 2 metres apart from others
    • Wear a mask in public spaces, indoor workplaces and places of worship
    • Practice good hygiene: wash your hands often and cover coughs and sneezes
    • Monitor your symptoms every day
    • If sick, stay home, get tested, and follow mandatory isolation requirements while waiting for results:
      • if positive, isolate for 10 days or until symptoms are gone, whichever is longer
      • if negative, stay home until you're better

- Required Documents/Forms (all documents should be kept with the team and brought to every event-suggest making a binder)

- Close Contact Information (AHS & Alberta Gov't Website)



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