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Springfield Minor Baseball Association Name and Logo Announcement

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For Immediate Release

February 17, 2021

Springfield Minor Baseball Association excited to announce new team name and logo

In February 2020 the Springfield Minor Baseball Association (SMBA) announced that the name “Braves”, used by the baseball association for decades, would be retired to promote inclusivity within the community. The SMBA Board is now very proud to unveil our new name and logo. Introducing the Springfield Hawks!

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“We, as a board, are very excited to conclude the process by unveiling the new name and logo.  We invited community consultation and participation through the use of a survey to choose a name and then provided direction for the logo.  We wanted the logo to incorporate the new name while maintaining the colours of our club.  We are very happy with our new look.” – Mike Peterson, President Springfield Minor Baseball

While COVID-19 significantly impacted the 2020 season, we are very much looking forward to launching the 2021 baseball season. We will be providing updates on the new season shortly and anticipate that player registration will begin in late February. Please keep updated through our website and social media feeds.

On behalf of the SMBA Board,

Mike Peterson
SMBA President

www.springfieldminorbaseball.ca

Twitter: @SMBAHawks

Facebook: Springfield Minor Baseball

SMBA provides opportunities through baseball for all children in our community to develop skills, build friendships and grow as citizens through competition, fair play and fun. We are committed to providing a safe, respectful, affordable and fun baseball experience for the children, parents, coaches, officials and executive of our organization. We shall work cooperatively with our community, league partners and governing bodies to provide a positive experience for all.

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Baseball Canada Home-Field Advantage Program

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Baseball Canada has just launched the Home-Field Advantage Program!

Home-Field Advantage is a FREE 52-week experience alongside 52 of the most prolific Baseball figures across Canada. Each week you’ll have an opportunity to spend 15 minutes immersed in a conversation that will evolve the way you coach, communicate and lead.

Learn more/register here.

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2021 Return to Play Grants

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The Government of Canada, as a part of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan, has created the Federal Emergency Fund which has allocated funds to Provincial Sport Organizations. Baseball Manitoba, in support of it’s member associations, has developed grant opportunities with this funding for associations whom have been and will continue to be negatively impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. 2021 promises to be a year filled with uncertainties and we want associations to thrive and players to play!. Grants of $500-$1500 will be available to associations and leagues who offer and execute baseball programming in 2021. Eligible associations must have been active members of Baseball Manitoba within the past 3 years. New associations may be considered, if appropriate. Eligible expenses include:

  • Sanitizing Supplies
  • Signage
  • Revenue Loss due to fundraising campaigns or lost sponsorship
  • Recruitment Endeavors (mail/email, printing, ads, etc.)
  • Equipment costs (baseballs, bats, catcher’s gear, etc.)
  • Other related expenses

Member associations must complete the application form, by March 31, to be considered eligible. 

APPLICATION FORM

If you have any questions related to the grant or about the application form, please email baseball.jason@sportmanitoba.ca

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Play More Be More | Baseball Manitoba

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Sport Manitoba’s #PlayMoreBeMore campaign is all about helping Manitobans, especially parents, learn about the dangers of specializing in one sport at a young age and the many benefits of kids playing multiple sports.

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Playing a variety of sports will help young athletes:

1) Excel in their chosen sport

2) Benefit their overall athleticism

3) Avoid overuse injuries that come with repeatedly doing the same sport over and over for several years

4) Avoid burnout

5) Have fun and walk away with a positive and enjoyable experience in sport and physical activity. 

Learn more on Sport Manitoba’s website.

 

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