London District Baseball Association

You can now check which association is your home association by entering your postal code.  Check under "Boundaries" on the top tabs.


In 2006, LDBA instituted a "no release policy".  
A player will not be given a release to play with another organization outside of his/her home association.
The player must register with his/her home association.

The player may, however, ask for a Permission to Workout with another LDBA
association.  This is so that in the event the home association cannot field a team for the upcoming season, the player has had the opportunity to be looked at by another association.  Each association has their own internal rules on how outside player's may be added to teams.


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Submitted By LDBA on Saturday, March 14, 2020 (109 views)
The London and District Baseball Association is committed to providing a safe environment for its member players, coaches, administrators, officials, and family members. It is our recommendation after reviewing statements from Baseball Canada and Baseball Ontario, that all organized baseball activities involving all local associations within the LDBA be suspended until April 6, 2020. A further review may be required after this date.
Many local associations within the LDBA and within the Baseball Ontario umbrella have already taken these pro-active steps.  Should a local association not feel that this is an appropriate action,
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