Baseball Oakville to Hold an Open House at New Indoor Training Facility
Submitted By hbusseri on Monday, November 10, 2014
Open House: Saturday November 15, 2014 from 12 to 1:30 pm
The Oakville Minor Baseball Association
(Baseball Oakville), today announced that it will hold an open house on Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 12 pm to 1:30 pm
at Corbetts Dugout – Home of Baseball Oakville (the Dugout).
The Dugout is a 10,700 square foot indoor training facility for Baseball Oakville members. The facility is centrally located at 2270 Speers Road in Oakville (on the south side of Speers Road between Third Line and Bronte Road).
The Dugout will provide Baseball Oakville members with access to year round training in a professional setting. Key features of the facility include:
- Highly quality turf - 4 inch thickness - in all training areas;
- 5,000 square feet (50' x 100') of open space - no pillars or support columns - for fielding and skills training, featuring 22’ plus high ceilings;
- Three (3), 70’ x 11’ x 12’ hitting tunnels featuring portable pitching mounds and Jugs pitching machines;
- One (1), 20’ x 40’ foot soft toss or tee work hitting area;
- Two (2), clay mound, regulation distance bullpens (to be installed before Christmas 2014);
- Two private washrooms for players;
- Team meeting room; and
- A parent viewing area – elevated mezzanine.
Corbetts Source for Sports in Oakville - https://corbetts.sourceforsports.com/ - is Baseball Oakville’s indoor training facility partner. Corbetts has been a long time supplier to Baseball Oakville and has stepped up to provide the Dugout’s required training equipment. Vendors participating in outfitting the Dugout through Corbetts include Rawlings, Worth and Jugs.
The open house on November 15, 2014 is being hosted by SportClips, Dorval Crossing West location - http://sportclips.ca/index.html, Oakville’s newest Barbershop. Coffee, hot chocolate and snacks will be available.
Baseball Oakville welcomes all current, past and future members.
Baseball Oakville is a non-profit association that provides baseball programs for more than 600 children throughout the Oakville Community. Hosting House League and Representative programs, the OMBA is the original youth baseball organization in Oakville having celebrated its 50th anniversary season in 2013. The OMBA is a member association of both the Ontario Baseball Association and Baseball Canada.
Andreas Papadopoulos, President