UMPIRE DEVELOPMENT

NANAIMO MINOR BASEBALL ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION FOR UMPIRE CLINICS

Has your young ballplayer ever been interested in becoming an umpire? It's a great way to earn some extra

money and learn more about the great game of Baseball. The Nanaimo Minor Baseball Association is

looking for new umpires for the upcoming season.

 

NMBA will be following all the COVID-19 safety rules and guidelines to ensure a completely safe and fun environment for our young players to learn and play.

Our schedule and protocol is subject to change before and/or during the season. We will do everything in our power to keep the kids on the field.

You can keep up with all the current governing body announcements throughout the 2021 season on our website NMBA.CA

DAYTONA BEACH, FL - JANUARY 4, 2016:  Squatting down between rows of would-be umpires, instructor Darius Ghani keeps an eye on their mechanics as they learn how to call a proper strike at the Harry Wendelstedt Umpire School in Daytona Beach, Fla. (Photo by Melissa Lyttle)
KISSIMMEE, FL - JANUARY 27:  A student makes a call in a simulated baseball game during the Jim Evans Academy of Professional Umpiring on January 27, 2011 at the Houston Astros Spring Training Complex  in Kissimmee, Florida.  Jim Evans was a Major League Umpire for 28 years that included umpiring four World Series.  Many of his students have gone on to work on all levels of baseball including the Major Leagues.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
NMBA is looking to train all Umpires - ages 11-55.

The first year or U14 umpires who are eligible for the rebate from last year can apply it to their membership for this year.  The membership fee for individuals over the age of 13 is $65.

This year we will be holding the classroom sessions (rule interpretation) of the level 1 and 2 clinics online due to social distancing restrictions.

There will be an online National Superclinic hosted by BC for:

  • Level 2, 3, 4 and 5

Approximately 8 dates between Mar 6 to May 1.

BCBUA hopes to have a UIC resource for you this year, which will include a 4 to 5 session practice program, and take into consideration the gym drills done at the past clinics.

At this time, the dates of the Umpire clinics will be coming out soon!

Keep an eye out for an email from NMBA, and continue to check the association’s website nmba.ca

Questions or Concerns?

Please email us!