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What if a player is in the middle of an at bat when the limit is reached?

Pitchers will be permitted to finish the batter if their maximum pitch limit has been reached for that calendar day. Following that batter they must be removed from the pitching position.

What constitutes a pitching appearance?

An appearance shall be defined as 1 pitch thrown or more. Every pitch thrown in the game is counted (including foul tips, and foul balls). Warm-up pitches between innings, or when a new pitcher enters the game, are not part of the count. Intentional walks will be included in Pitch Count totals.

What are the new pitching rules?

11U

13U

15U

18U

Rest Days Required

1 to 25

1 to 30

1 to 35

1 to 40

None

26 to 40

31 to 45

36 to 50

41 to 55

1 day

41 to 55

46 to 60

51 to 65

56 to 70

2 days

56 to 65

61 to 75

66 to 80

71 to 85

3 days

66 to 75

76 to 85

81 to 95

86  to 105

4 days

75

85

95

105

maximum

What are Baseball NB’s initiatives to involve girls into playing baseball?

For the second consecutive year, we are hosting a Girl’s Day. Two athletes from the National Team will be present to coach the athletes. On June 25th, we will be in Moncton between 6-8 pm and in Miramichi on June 26th between 11am-2pm. Please contact your association for more details.

Who should I contact to host an umpiring clinic?

If you are interested in hosting an umpire clinic please contact NBBUA President Mike Doucette at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Who should I contact to host a coaching clinic?

If you are interested to host a clinic, please contact Dan Murphy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 1(506)-451-1329

What are the requirements to becoming a certified baseball coach?

Depending on the objectives of the coach, there are many different options that are available. There are four types of coaches: Initiation, Regional, Provincial and Development. Each coach must complete all of the following in order to become certified:

Initiation Coach: He/she is required to have completed the online module found on the nccp.baseball.ca website and must have the initiation workshop completed.

Regional Coach: He/she is required to complete the skills analysis, planning and teaching and learning workshops. There is also an on field evaluation by an official that must be done.

Provincial Coach: He/she is required to have completed, pitching and catching, and the strategies workshop. An evaluation by an official during a game must be done.

Development Context Coach: He/she is required to have completed the 6 Comp-Dev modules technical modules of Baseball Canada, the 3 Comp-Dev Intergrated modules of Baseball Canada, and the 6 Multi-Sport Module by your Provincial Sport Organization. An evaluation with Baseball Canada must also be completed.

Where are the forms for team and league registration as well as hosting tournament requests?

Every form regarding registration and tournament hosting, are listed under the Resource / Ressource page of the website.

This can be found here.

What are the restrictions concerning the Baseball NB Fundraiser?

Every provincial player registered with Baseball NB, is required to sell 5 tickets to support the fundraiser. The money raised by each team has to be returned to Baseball NB by July 1st, and the ticket stubs have to be received prior to October 1st.

When are league registrations due?

All leagues registrations must be received by May 15th.