The AABC programs run in 4 year cycles - alternating years to include the Alberta Summer Games & Alberta Zone Championships, Canada Summer Games & Western Canada Summer Games. Regardless of what program is being run, each new season always begins with the Talent Identification camps.
You must attend a Talent ID camp to be eligible to participate in AABC programs.
If you are planning to attend an ID camp, we ask that you please submit an online registration (available in March).
If you register less than 24hrs before a camp, this will be considered a LATE registration, and you will be required to fill out a registration form at the field.
You are only required to attend one camp each season.
Kids from any baseball program in Alberta are eligible to attend Talent ID.
There is no cost to attend.
Please arrive at 5pm to check-in at the field and begin warming up. Drills will begin promptly at 5:30pm.
The current year (2018) Talent Identification Camps will run for the following programs:
Ages 13-15 (born 2005/2004/2003) will be identified at the Talent ID camps to represent their respective zone team at the Alberta Summer Games July 19-22 in Grande Prairie.
Ages 16-17 (born 2002/2001) will be identified at the Talent ID camps to represent Team Alberta at the 2018 Baseball Canada Cup Aug 8-12 in Moncton, NB.
Monday, April 23 - Medicine Hat (Mavericks Athletic Park)
Tuesday, April 24 - Lethbridge (Lloyd Nolan Yard)
Monday, April 30 - Calgary (Inland Athletic Park) - TBC
Tuesday, May 1 - Okotoks (Tourmaline Field)
Monday, May 7 - Red Deer (Hunting Hills Midget Diamond)
Tuesday, May 8 - Calgary (Optimist) - TBC
Monday, May 14 - Edmonton (Remax Field)
Tuesday, May 15 - Spruce Grove (Henry Singer Ballpark)
Tuesday, May 22 - St. Albert (Legion Memorial Ballpark) - TBC
Monday, May 28 - Peace River (Misery Mountain) - TBC
Tuesday, May 29 - Grande Prairie (Evergreen Park) - TBC
Monday, June 4 - Fort McMurray (Ross Hennigar)
Tuesday, June 5 - Bonnyville (Rivard Yard) - TBC
Monday, June 11 - Airdrie (Chinook Winds Ballpark)