The 9U Stingers battled hard all weekend playing a total of 7 games to bring home the OBA championship banner! The competition was fierce with 4 games being decided in the last inning, but the Stingers managed to hold strong throughout the entire tournament!
Congratulations to all the players, coaches and families! Great season!
In their inaugural season in Beamsville, the Yellow Jackets won the Sr. Mens A OBA Tournament over Labour Day long weekend. Congrats!
11U Beamsville Stingers defeated Port Colborne 12-3 in the final to go undefeated in the playoffs and bring home the championship! Congrats to all the players, coaches and parents for a great season!
Drew Boogers of the 18U Beamsville Stingers recorded a perfect game on Tuesday August 8 vs. the St. Catharines Pirates.
Boogers was dialed in all night, needing only 50 pitches to retire 15 batters in a row to record the first ever perfect game in Beamsville Minor Baseball history!
Drew recorded an amazing 11 strikeouts on 32 strikes and 18 balls. In an Ohtani-like performance, Drew also went 2 for 3 in the batters box!
Perfect Game Recorded by Drew Boogers on August 8
The Beamsville Stingers competed in the 9U Pelham Summer Series tournament this past weekend. The team finished with a 5-0 record! Matching up against Lucan-Ilderton in the semis, the Stingers held on to a close one with a 9-5 win. In the finals, playing against a very strong Welland team, Beamsville staged a 7th inning comeback to win the game 13-9.
This marks the third tournament win for the Stingers this season! Congratulations to all the players and their hard work!
Let’s go Stingers!!
The 9U Stingers were in Brantford for another tournament this past weekend. After going 3-0 in the round robin, they stayed hot in the semi finals with a 13-7 win over the Caledonia Bears. Facing off against the DKMB Rivercats in the finals, the Stingers defence held strong and beat the hard-hitting Rivercats 16-5.
Let’s go Stingers!!
Beamsville Stingers 9U went un-defeated in Dorchester this past weekend, bringing home the championship after 6 games! After a close 19-17 win over the Mitchell Astros in the semi-final, the Stingers beat the Lucan-Ilderton Athletics 11-6 in the finals!
Every player worked hard and contributed to the success of the tournament.
Way to go Stingers!!!
Beamsville Stingers 13U bring home the win at the Brantford Tournament this weekend. The bats were hot, the pitching was strong and the fielding was clean all weekend. The team went undefeated 6-0 against some tough competition. They won the championship game 14-4 against Stratford Nationals!
Congrats to the 11U Rep Team for their tournament win in Brantford last weekend. Great start to the season team!
Sr. OBA Baseball comes to Beamsville!
The Beamsville Yellow Jackets join the 7 team Niagara District Baseball Association, joining teams from St. Catharines, Welland, Fort Erie, Merriton, Niagara Falls and Thorold.
Home nights are most Fridays 7:30pm start. Check out the team page for more info.
Come out and cheer on the Yellow Jackets!
Anyone wishing to tryout in another centre requires a release from Beamsville.
Beamsville Minor Baseball Association has been providing local youth with the opportunity to play baseball for 40+ years. We endeavour to create & support a baseball experience for local youth that strives for a balance between fun, competition, and player development. We have placed an emphasis on providing the tools and training to our volunteer coaches that will allow them to be effective teachers and role models for our players. Players at all skill levels are welcome to join our league.
We are dedicated to providing our players a fun, team-oriented learning experience; teaching the fundamental physical and mental skills associated with the game of baseball; promoting respect, sportsmanship, competitiveness, and teamwork in a positive family environment.
We believe the life lessons learned on the baseball field are important for the development and growth of our children. Our hope is that the players will develop a life-long love of the game, both on and off the field.
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