Release Instructions & VMBA Boundaries


                    Boundaries For Your Player Is Based On Your Address____________

Vancouver Minor Baseballs Boundaries are the Whole City of Vancouver for these age groups;
05 years & under is our Blastball Division
07 years & under is our Rally Cap Division
09 years & under is our Tadpole Division
11 years & under is our Mosquito Division 

Vancouver Minor Baseballs Boundaries for these age groups;

13 years & under Pee Wee Division- Basic level is single A. The more advanced is AA.   AAA is the most advanced
15 years & under Bantam Division- Basic level is single A. The more advanced is AA & AAA is the most advanced.
18 years & under Midget Division- Basic level is AA 

North to South:  Burrard Inlet to the North Arm of the Fraser River.
East:  Up to and including the east side of Boundary Road.
West:  From the North Arm of the Fraser River;  Proceed north along Fraser Street to Broadway.  Then West along Broadway to Main Street.  Then North along Main Street to the Burrard Inlet


Please confirm your child's age group when you register them with using their birth year.

We also offer;

18 years & under Midget AAA -- No Boundaries in this level of this division 

25 years & under -- Junior Men's ------ No Boundaries at all in this division 

Click here to view boundaries of all BC Baseball Catchments.

**If you are an over-aged Little League player within our boundaries (or a free territory) and can no longer play in Little League, you are eligible to play in our PeeWee or Bantam programs depending on your birth year.

**If you live in a "free territory" (no BC Minor Baseball catchment), you do not require a release to play for VMBA.  Click here to see all BC Baseball catchments boundary maps.  Free Territory players may be subject to import restriction rules.

Release Instructions

Follow below steps if you would like to play for

Vancouver Minor Baseball Association but live in a different catchment

      Before you start the steps, please check your catchment.

1. Please go to BC (Minor) Baseball website and download a Player Movement RequestOr use form links below (pdf or MS Word).

PDF Format    2018 Player_Movement_Form.pdf 

MS Word Format:    2018 Player_Movement_Form MS Word.docx 

 You can print out the form & fill it in.

Special Note: you will notice at the bottom of the page there is a place for the Presidents to fill in & sign it.  (PLEASE DO NOT FILL OUT ANY PART OF THAT AREA).

2. Please scan your filled out form. Send when completed to your home association's President by email so he/she can fill in their part and sign it. They will then send it back to you when done, if they agree to the release.  If they do not agree, you should get an email from them saying they do not agree to release your player.  In that event, you can then make a request to Pat Weatherill, BC Baseball's Equity Volunteer at

3. After the home association President signs the "Player Movement Request" (release) form, you must email it to the President of the association you wish to play for.

 Please send releases to VMBA's President Mary McCann

If you are accepted to this new association, the new President will sign the player movement form and send it off to BC Baseball for their approval.

4. Once all of that is done, the President of the new association will contact you to let you know you have been approved and welcome you to the new association for that current year.

Special Note: You cannot participate in any programs until above steps are done.


Spring AA & AAA (13U & 15U) &/or Summer Evaluation Try-Out Releases

  1. Email Pat Weatherill BC (Minor) Baseball Rep to request Evaluation Try-Out Release as well as our President Mary McCann at
  2. In email list player's name, address, current Division and Association you are coming from.
  3. In email also put Division & name of Association you wish your player to be evaluated (try-out) for.

BC Baseball will not look at any Spring release requests until after January 1st of current year.


Please email paperwork to Vancouver Minor Baseball Association's President 
Mary McCann  at

Look to our Spring Evaluation page For Information on our Training & try-out Dates

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