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Most of the training programs run by Coyote Baseball are delivered at our 20,000 sq ft indoor baseball facility. Coyote Den features four hitting tunnels, a 10,000 ftfielding area, and a 21st century throwing development area. In summer months, we also host a series of outdoor camps and clinics to further asssit in player and team development. See our program listings under Schedules.

Coyote teams play in the "off-season". We do not have spring and summer teams.

To see where your child can play in the various community youth baseball leagues, click here.

Little Leagues in Calgary: District 3 (north of the Bow River) ; District 8 (south of the River) ; other Alberta Little League programs

Alberta Cal Ripken: (ages 9-12) Part time Spring Supplemental Program ; Instructional Fall Ball; Summer Select Teams for 12s, 11s, 10s

Alberta Babe Ruth: (ages 13-14) regular spring league; mid to high performance baseball, city wide, community based; Summer Select Teams for 13s, 14s, 15s, 16-18s

Babe Ruth Calgary: (ages 15-18) regular spring league; mid to high performance baseball, city wide, community based; Summer Select Teams 

Ripken Canada (ages 11-12) - Calgary based regional (AB, BC, Sask) 12U National team; plays in 12/70 CRWS in August

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There are also a number of tryout based, select programs in the city. Click here to find links to them

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While we are excited about the opportunity to train any player interested, we also realize that in some cases, a family may need to look at other options. Below are links to some facilities and other training programs.

 

JDawgs Academy (Okotoks) - year round academy based program; summer select teams at Midget, Bantam and PeeWee ages. High performance program. World class facilities and coaches.

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