About Us

Established in 1998, the Alberta Amateur Baseball Council is the organization recognized by the Government of Alberta (Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation department of the Ministry of Alberta Culture and Status of Women) as the PSO for baseball.

The Alberta Amateur Baseball Council consists of founding members Little League Alberta and Baseball Alberta, as well as Babe Ruth League, American Legion League and Collegiate Baseball. These organizations receive funding through their membership in the Alberta Amateur Baseball Council to help operate their programs and account for approximately 31,000 baseball players in the Province of Alberta.

In addition to distributing funding to our member organizations, the AABC also provides the opportunity of training and competition for provincial athletes being identified as having the necessary talent to be part of Team Alberta at regional and national training opportunities and tournaments, such as the Canada Games, Alberta Games, Alberta Zone Championship, and any other events that may arise.


We believe every individual should have the opportunity to participate in baseball programs in Alberta.  We are committed to providing ongoing opportunities for these individuals.  We will accomplish this through continued communication, support, and funding to our Member Organizations to run their respective programs, as well as bringing the highest quality training and high-performance opportunities to our own programs which represent Team Alberta provincially and nationally. 


The AABC aims to be the best collaborative and progressive sport organization in Canada.


Act with integrity and honesty.  Encourage and expect two-way communication, teamwork, and accountability.  Celebrate success.


Jon Oko President
Rob Perry Vice-President
Chris James Secretary
Kevin Kvame Treasurer
Doug Jones Director
Miki Kawahara Director
Glen Lindsay Director
Danielle Moffat Director
Jimmy Vulcano Director
 Greg Wolfe Provincial Coach 

Member Organizations