Frequently Asked Questions


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Registration cost is based per individual. 2017 fee is $140 without a custom jersey number, or $145 with a custom jersey number. Returning members who pay for their membership before February 1st receive a $10 discount on their membership. You may pay for your membership with a post dated cheque as well. Returning members can pay for their membership with a post-dated cheque dated in the amount of $130 (or $135 with a custom jersey number) no later than February 1st 2017, and new or returning members wishing to pay after February 1st must post-date a cheque in the amount of $140 (or $145 with a preferred jersey number) no later than March 1st 2017. Sponsor registration cost is $500.

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Anyone over the age of 19, male and female. Individuals can register with one other colleague they will like to play with. Returning members from previous seasons do not need to register a new account. Sign into your existing account from our members site and pay for your membership. Only new members will need to register an account first before paying for their membership.

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Cost includes participation in all regular season games, playoff games, and a team jersey.

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Player registration and sponsor payments can be made with PayPal Express Checkout from the members site, Interac e-Transfer, or by cheque by mail or in person. Post-dated cheques are also accepted and your membership fee will depend on the date of the post-dated cheque. (see https://www.bramptonsoftball.com/about/faq#What-is-the-cost-of-registration_1)

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All regular season and playoff games are played in Brampton at Sesquicentennial Park at Diamonds 4 and 8. Regular Season games are played every Wednesday night beginning in early May. Playoff games are held weekends in Brampton beginning mid-September.

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Games start at either (times are tentative) 6:30 PM, 7:50 PM, or 9:10 PM every Wednesday. Playoffs to be announced.

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A baseball glove, non-metal cleats, a positive attitude, and a will to have fun!

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The league is a recreational non-competitive co-ed softball league with minor rule changes. Balls and strikes are called, and stealing is allowed.

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Slo-Pitch Ontario rules are followed with slight modifications. Visit league rules for further details.

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All teams make the playoffs and play at least 3 games.

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We have 50/50 draws and more planned for the upcoming season.

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Captains meetings are held throughout the season. The annual general meeting is held at the end of the season. (TBA)

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You can contact us using the contact form here.

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