The West Toronto program provides its members with Premium instruction through highly skilled and experienced coaches. West Toronto offers a comprehensive Skill Development Program through on field practice, indoor training facilities and competitive league and tournament play.
Started in 2007, West Toronto participated in a Toronto Baseball Association (TBA) initiative to form 'AAA' Regional Teams at the PeeWee (13 year olds), Minor Bantam (14 year olds), Bantam (15 year olds) Minor Midget (16 year olds) and Midget (17 and 18 year olds) levels.
There are 5 regions across Toronto; Etobicoke, West Toronto, North York, East York and Scarborough. The West Toronto Region includes Annette Baseball, High Park Baseball, Toronto Playgrounds and York Baseball. The program provides the youth of Toronto a place to play baseball.
Provide elite and exemplary baseball instructions for athletes in the City of Toronto and GTA. Offer competitive baseball teams leading to player recruitment for collegiate and professional advancement. Enhance the development and promotion of the sport of baseball in the Toronto area.
The West Toronto program provides its members with Premium instruction through highly skilled and experienced coaches. West Toronto offers a comprehensive skill development plan through on field practice, indoor training facilities, exposure in US tournaments and competitive league and tournament play.
West Toronto has implemented a strategic Player Development Cycle that enhances the experience and aligns each member to develop into high quality and competitive Baseball players. This unique approach ensures each player learns, develops and performs elite level baseball skills and mechanics to be the most successful Baseball players. West Toronto's Player Development Cycle is designed to mold each player to the standards of Collegiate and Professional level players. This comprehensive and high level program is initiated at first year entries, guiding players until graduation.
Our Mission Statement
Provide the framework and environment to help athletes develop the physical, technical, mental and tactical aspects for competitive baseball while fostering and promoting a sense of community, friendship, camaraderie, athleticism and social aspects of baseball.