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Toronto Baseball Association

Rep Divisons

TBA is an affiliate of the Ontario Baseball Association and our rep teams are all OBA registered. Teams range in age from 8U to 22U and Senior, and classifications from A to AAA and AAAA. The most competitive teams play in the Elite Baseball League of Ontario.

Select Divisions

TBA also organizes two loops for teams who are registered with the Ontario Baseball Association's Select Division. There are two loops, East and West with teams ranging in age from 9U to 18U. Select is for house league players looking to take the next step in their baseball journey.


Umpires are an essential part of our sport and each association is always on the lookout for officials to don the blue and call them as they seem them. Find out how you can become a baseball umpire, Current umpires can file Incident Reports using the online submission form found here.

Member Clubs

The Toronto Baseball Association was founded in 1913. The city is home to many associations and local clubs and is organized by their location. Check here for a guide to our member associations and find out where people are playing baseball near you.

TBA News

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TBA and Interlock schedules now online!

Schedules for the 2024 TBA and Interlock Rep leagues are now online. Players, parents and fans can follow their favourite team using the TeamSnap Tournaments mobile app. Links to download the app are available on the Schedules and Standings – Rep page. Teams, be sure to report your scores to your conveners right after the…

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New TBA Website for 2024

Welcome to our new website powered by TeamSnap! We are still building out all the pages and information from our previous site, but the schedules section will be available before May 1 when the 2024 season starts. Schedules include all TBA divisions, including Interlock. Schedules for York Simcoe Baseball Association divisions only can be found…

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Howie Birnie being inducted into Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Longtime TBA Secretary-Treasurer, Howie Birnie, will be inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame on June 15, 2024. Birnie goes into the Hall with former Team Canada players Ashley Stephenson and Rod Heisler, former Toronto Blue Jays Russell Martin and Jimmy Key, along with Paul Godfrey, Jays president from 2000-2008. “I was incredibly surprised…

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Steve Watson elected president of TBA

Steve Watson was acclaimed the first new president of the Toronto Baseball Association in 15 years, succeeding David Black, who stepped down at the annual general meeting in November. Watson was president of the Etobicoke Baseball Association and a long time coach with Royal York BA. Watson also became TBA’s representative to Rep Division Council.…

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David Black made honorary life member of OBA

TBA Past-President David Black was recognized by the Ontario Baseball Association as an honorary life member at its annual meeting in November. He joins TBA Secretary-Treasurer Howie Birnie as one of the few life members of the OBA. Black (seen above wth OBA Vice-President Ray Merkley), was also recognized for being a member of the…

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