The Moose Jaw Minor Baseball Association has hit a home run, as they have been awarded the bid to host both the 15U and 18U AA provincials beginning on July 15.  

This is the first time since 2019 that the MJMBA has been able to host any sort of baseball provincials.  

Jen Tribier, the Secretary for the MJMBA says the association and the whole baseball community in the city are very excited to be able to host such an event.  

“When we were discussing whether to put the bids in for both, we thought why not do both,” says Tribier. “It feels really good to have the diamonds full and have some visitors to our city, especially after the pandemic to bring some revenue back to our local businesses and really try to make them busy this summer was a priority for us.” 

Both pairs of provincial events will be back-to-back beginning with the 15U AA on July 15, 16, and 17, and will be played at the Blackwell Diamond. The 18U AA event will be the following week July 22, 23, and 24, and will be played at both the Blackwell Diamond and Ross Wells Park.  

Moose Jaw will be well represented for both tournaments, as there will be two 15U AA teams and one 18U AA a part of the MJMBA taking part in the provincials.  

Tribier added that anywhere from 16-24 teams will embark on Moose Jaw for both provincial events.  

This is actually the first time that the MJMBA has been able to host the 15U AA provincials, due to a lack of ball fields.  

“This past spring we were able to upgrade the Blackwell Diamond to be able to accommodate this tournament.” 

She notes that the upgrades were made possible after a big donation from the Moose Jaw Kinsmen to the City of Moose Jaw for upgrades for various parks in the community.  

Tribier says that the MJMBA is in need of volunteers for both events to sell 50/50 tickets, work the gates, track pitch counts, scorekeeping, diamond maintenance, and much more.  

Those that are interested in volunteering can contact the MJMBA on their Facebook page or email