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Serving the players and the families of Etobicoke since 1958.
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Martingrove Baseball aims to keep costs as affordable as possible for the families of all our young players. To do that, we depend on the generous sponsorship of individuals and organizations from within the community. We have two different kinds of sponsorship, covering both our House League and Select/Rep teams.
House League – You are sponsoring a team within our house league. Your contribution goes towards essentials like team uniforms and park permits. In recognition, your name will appear on the back of the team jersey, you will receive a t-shirt and a commemorative plaque, and your name, address, phone and logo will be featured on our website.
Select/Rep – You are helping to sponsor the costs of running our competitive teams. Your contributions help to defray the costs of things like tournament entry fees, facilities for training and more. We will recognize your sponsorship with your name and logo on our website, as well as the traveling team banner.
Your generous support provides children in our community with affordable access to important recreation to keep them fit, active and happy. For more information on sponsorship opportunities and cost, please contact Rosa Perkovic at email@example.com.
Below please find links to both our Rep&Select and House League Sponsorship Forms.
Ted Furyk Honoured at Martingrove's
2023 Coaches' Appreciation Dinner
Veteran MBA umpire, Ted Furyk (above, right), was given a special award honouring his 30 years of dedication, leadership and mentorship as an umpire with the Etobicoke association. Good call.
“What drives me?” Furyk said in an interview recently. “I love the game of baseball. … I love the ability to manage the game; that’s leadership. Being the age I am, with the experience I have, I have a chance to work with younger umpires. That’s the mentoring part."
“Martingrove has a great mentoring program. More associations need to be doing that."
Other award winners announced by Martingrove President Gary Cullum were Daniel Kulczyski for Volunteer of the Year and Rocco Coluccio for Executive of the Year.
Our 13U Rep A team is looking for one more player for their 2024 squad!
If interested contact:
Coach Nick Mastrandrea