2023 Registration Form (Delhi Minor Baseball)

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Registration Payment to DMBA. (Registration is on Waitlist until E-Transfer Payment Received). You can do payment through e-transfer: [email protected] (PLEASE include the name of the child/children you are paying for in the payment comments section of your e-transfer).
Player to be Registered
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  5. Any information your coach should be aware of such as any allergies
  6. Interested in trying out to play Rep?
  7. Please note: Input your childs size as best you can but we can adjust if needed during a to be arranged fitting day, please stay tuned.
  8. Please note: Input your childs size as best you can but we can adjust if needed during a to be arranged fitting day, please stay tuned.
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Team Coaching
The minor baseball program relies on volunteers to coach our teams as without coaches, there is no program. Please consider volunteering to coach and support our youth.
Player Requests
Please fill in any player requests you may have for your child. We will try our best to fill all requests.
    The email id(s) provided above will be used for player and/or coach communication by DMBA and coaches throughout the baseball season.  Please notify the DMBA Secretary via the DMBA website ( www.delhiminorball.com) to have an email id removed from the mail list.
  2. I authorize my local association and/or their respective staff, associates, assistants, or subcontractors to use photograph(s), video and other media image provided for any local association promotional, educational or other pertinent uses. I also agree to my local association using any images of the named minor(s) gathered by photographers,  and or videographers supplying images to my local association. These images may include, but are not exclusive to, club, coach, athlete and/or parent, and/or volunteer  submissions by various member associations of my local association. I authorize my local association to permit the use and display of photographs and/or recordings of the  named minors in any local association publication, multimedia production, including video and web usage, display, or advertisement. I agree that local association may use  name, likeness, or information supplied by the undersigned. The undersigned releases and forever discharges my local association and their respective officers and  employees from any and all claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of said photographs / recordings, including but not limited to, any claims for  invasion of privacy or defamation. 
  3. RELEASE AND DISCHARGE (please read carefully)
    In consideration of accepting the above-mentioned person, I grant him/her permission to participate in the Delhi Minor Baseball program(s). For the same consideration, I hereby release and forever discharge Delhi Minor Baseball Association (DMBA), its Officers, Directors, Convenors, Coaches, Umpires or other Officials and Norfolk County from all claims, demands, damages, actions or causes of action arising or to arise by and reason because of my son's/daughter's participation in any Delhi Minor Baseball program, in this or any successive years(s), including (but without limiting the generality of the foregoing) any and all dental and medical bills and further of and from all claims or demands whatsoever in law or in equity which I, my heirs, executors, administrators or assignors can, shall or may have by reason aforesaid.
  4. Rowan's Law
    Rowan’s Law Under Rowan's Law, before any player can be registered with the local association and Baseball Ontario, the player, and the parent or legal guardian of the player if the player is under 18 years of age, must review one of the Concussion Education Resources provided by the Province of Ontario and must review the Player Code of Conduct. Links to these resources are provided here: Concussion Education Resources:  https://www.baseballontario.com/filestore/htmleditattachedfiles/player_code_of_conduct2017-03-30t09-47-05v001_by_292.pdfhereby confirm that: (1) the player being registered to participate in baseball activities with my local association and Baseball Ontario, and the parent or legal guardian of the player being registered if the player is under 18 years of age, have reviewed one of the concussion education resources provided by the Province of Ontario as referenced above and (2) agree to comply with the player code of conduct(s) as referenced above. I / we further acknowledge understanding the nature and risk of concussion and head injury to athletes, including the risks of continuing to play after a concussion or head injury is suspected. **
  5. OBA Parent Code of Conduct It is a policy of the Baseball Ontario to provide a safe and fun environment for participants to play organized baseball.

    • Let all participants play for the fun of the game and do not spoil your participant or any other participant’s fun.
    • Encourage your participant to play by the rules and to enjoy the game.
    • Respect all players, coaches, opponents, game officials and spectators. Baseball Ontario enforces a zero tolerance policy towards situations of harassment or abuse directed against game officials, players, coaches or spectators using any of the following, but not limited to, methods of verbal, email, texting or social media. Recognize that every member of the Baseball Ontario is a volunteer. Help and encourage all volunteers whenever possible to allow them to work to the best of their ability.
    • Recognize and applaud good play by your participant as well as members of both teams.
    • Do not embarrass your participant by yelling at players, coaches, game officials or spectators.
    • Your participant will benefit when you show a positive attitude towards the game and all of its participants.

      Failure to comply with this code of conduct will result in disciplinary action. The essential elements of character-building and ethics in baseball are embodied in the concept of sportsmanship and six (6) core principles: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and good citizenship. The highest potential of the game of baseball is achieved when competition reflects these “six pillars of character” and in an effort to achieve this potential, Baseball Ontario has developed and will enforce Codes of Conduct for every level of membership in the association. Baseball Ontario is adopting a zero tolerance policy and failure to adhere to these Codes of Conduct will result in appropriate disciplinary action at the discretion of the Baseball Ontario disciplinary committee. a) Disciplinary Action for Code of Conduct infractions will, as a general rule, follow multi-tiered disciplinary approach, with the severity of the penalty increasing for each subsequent infraction. However, Baseball Ontario reserves the right to impose a more severe penalty than the next subsequent tier in the process should the infraction warrant such a penalty.
    • The penalties, in increasing order of severity are as follows: 1st Infraction – Written Warning 2nd Infraction – Single Game Suspension 3rd Infraction – Multi Game Suspension 4th Infraction – Season Long Suspension (Pending Fair Hearing) 5th Infraction – Removal from Baseball Ontario Membership (Pending Technical Hearing) b) All reports of Code of Conduct infractions must be submitted in writing to the Baseball Ontario office and will be subject to the same process that is in place for handling complaints.
    • Updated: February 12, 2017 Discipline a) Baseball Ontario reserves the right to reject membership in such a case where previous record of behavior unbecoming a member of Baseball Ontario has been evident. b) Membership may be revoked at any time to an individual who has been deemed by the Board of Management to be in contravention of the Bylaw or Operating Procedures. Such action shall only result after a fair hearing, and a majority vote of the Board of Management. 

    (To be executed by parents/guardians of Participants who are younger than 18 years old)
    WARNING! Please read carefully! By signing this document, you will assume certain risks and responsibilities

    1. This is a binding legal agreement. Clarify any questions or concerns before signing. Prior to participating, an individual who is younger than the age of majority and who wants to participate in the sport of baseball and the activities, programs, classes and services provided by, and/or in the events sponsored or organized by Baseball Ontario and its affiliated associations, local associations, clubs, and leagues which may include but is not limited to: competitions, tournaments, practices, training, personal or strength training, dry land training, training using machines or weights, nutritional and dietary programs, orientational or instructional sessions or lessons, and aerobic and anaerobic conditioning programs (collectively the “Activities”) must have their legal parent/guardian (“the Parties”) acknowledge and agree to the terms outlined in this agreement.
    2. The undersigned acknowledges and agrees that they are a parent/guardian of the Participant and have full legal responsibility for the decisions of the Participant.


    3. Baseball Ontario and its affiliated associations, local associations, clubs, leagues and their respective Directors, Officers, committee members, members, employees, coaches, volunteers, officials, participants, agents, sponsors, owners/operators of the facilities in which the Activities take place, and representatives (collectively the “Organization”) are not responsible for any injury, property damage, death, expense, loss of income, damage or loss of any kind suffered by the Participant during, or as a result of, the Activities.  

    Description and Acknowledgement of Risks

    4. The Parties understand and acknowledge that: a) The Activities have foreseeable and unforeseeable inherent risks, hazards and dangers that no amount of care, caution or expertise can eliminate, including without limitation, the potential for serious bodily injury, permanent disability, paralysis and loss of life b) The Organization may offer or promote online programming (such as webinars, remote conferences, workshops, and online training) which have different foreseeable and unforeseeable risks than in-person programming c) The Organization has a difficult task to ensure safety and it is not infallible. the Organization may be unaware of the Participant’s fitness or abilities, may give incomplete warnings or instructions, may misjudge weather or environmental  conditions, and the equipment being used might malfunction d) (COVID-19) The COVID-19 disease has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization and COVID-19 is extremely contagious. The Organization has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19; however, the Organization cannot guarantee that the Participant will not become infected with COVID-19. Further, participating in the Activities could increase the Participant’s risk of contracting COVID-19

    5. The Participant is participating voluntarily in the Activities. In consideration of that participation, the Parties hereby acknowledge that they are aware of the risks, dangers and hazards and may be exposed to such risks, dangers and hazards. The Parties understand that the Organization may fail to safeguard or protect the Participant from the risks, dangers and hazards of the Activities, some of which are listed below. The risks, dangers and hazards include, but are not limited to: a) Health: executing strenuous and demanding physical techniques; physical exertion; overexertion; stretching; dehydration; fatigue; cardiovascular workouts; rapid movements and stops; lack of fitness or conditioning; traumatic injury; sprains and fractures, spinal cord injuries, bacterial infections; rashes; and the transmission of communicable diseases, including viruses of all kinds, COVID-19, bacteria, parasites or other organisms or any mutation thereof b) Premises: defective, dangerous or unsafe condition of the facilities; falls; collisions with objects, fences, sprinklers, equipment or persons; dangerous, unsafe, or irregular conditions the grass, diamond, or other surfaces; extreme weather conditions and lightning; and travel to and from the premises c) Use of equipment: mechanical failure of the equipment; negligent design or manufacture of the equipment; the provision of or the failure by the Organization to provide any warnings, directions, instructions or guidance as to the use of the equipment; failure to wear safety or protective equipment; and failure to use or operate equipment within the Participant’s own ability d) Contact: contact with fences, bleachers, the ground, bases, bats, balls, other equipment, vehicles, or other persons; and other contact that may lead to serious bodily injury, including but not limited to concussions and/or other brain injury or serious spinal injur e) Advice: negligent advice regarding the Activities f) Ability: failing to act safely or within the Participant’s own ability or within designated areas g) Sport: the sport of baseball and its inherent risks, including but not limited to being hit by the ball or a bat, injuries incurred while running or sliding, collision with umpires or other participants, slipping on or tripping over a base, and entering or leaving the dugout area, bullpen, batting cage, or bleachers h) Cyber: privacy breaches; hacking; and technology malfunction or damage i) Conduct: the Participant’s conduct and conduct of other persons including any physical altercation between participants j) Travel: travel to and from the Activities  


    6. In consideration of the Organization allowing the Participant to participate in the Activities, the Parties agree: a) That when the Participant practices or trains in their own space, the Parties are responsible for the Participant’s surroundings and the location and equipment that is selected for the Participant b) That the Participant’s mental and physical condition is appropriate to participate in the Activities and the Parties assume all risks related to the Participant’s mental and physical condition c) To comply with the rules and regulations for participation in the Activities d) To comply with the rules of the facility or equipment e) That if the Participant observes an unusual significant hazard or risk, the Participant will remove themselves from participation and bring their observations to a representative of the Organization immediately f) The risks associated with the Activities are increased when the Participant is impaired and the Participant will not participate if impaired in any way; g) That it is their sole responsibility to assess whether any Activities are too difficult for the Participant. By the Participant commencing an Activity, they acknowledge and accept the suitability and conditions of the Activity h) That they are responsible for the choice of the Participant’s safety or protective equipment and the secure fitting of that equipment i) (COVID-19) That COVID-19 is contagious in nature and the Participant may be exposed to, or infected by, COVID-19 and such exposure may result in personal injury, illness, permanent disability, or death

    7. In consideration of the Organization allowing the Participant to participate, the Parties agree: a) That the Parties are not relying on any oral or written statements made by the Organization or their agents, whether in brochure or advertisement or in individual conversations, to agree to participate in the Activities b) That the Organization is not responsible or liable for any damage to the Participant’s vehicle, property, or equipment that may occur as a result of the Activities c) That this Agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by law of the Province of Ontario and if any portion thereof is held invalid, the balance shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect


    8. The Parties agree that in the event that they file a lawsuit against the Organization, they agree to do so solely in the Province of Ontario and they further agree that the substantive law of the Province of Ontario will apply without regard to conflict of law rules.
  7. I certify the above information to be true and give consent to the above player to play baseball for the Delhi Minor Baseball Association (DMBA).

    We agree to abide by the rules and regulations as stated in Baseball Ontario and DMBA Constitution and Playing Rules.

    I understand that Baseball Ontario and DMBA are not responsible for any injury to my child.

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