The Mosquito Division is for players who will turn 10 or 11 during the calendar year of the season.
The Mosquito Division is often described as a player’s first chance to play “real baseball.” Players use hardballs (no more of the “softees” used in T-Ball and Tadpole). The players pitch the entire game (no coach pitch or pitching machines.) Players wear full uniforms, can bunt, steal bases and more.
In the spring all players are evaluated and placed on “house” level teams to compete for the AAHA Mosquito Championship in June. Another highlight of the season is the All-Star Saturday Skills Competition which takes place in May.
The spring season runs from April to June. Games are generally played evenings all week long, and during the day on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Team will play 1-3 games per week. Most teams will have one on-field practice and one batting cage practice per week.
For the summer, the Angels will normally field three all-star/representative teams to compete for provincial championships at the AAA, A and AAA Tier 2 levels. Summer ball is full-time, every-day commitment for the month of July.
Mosquito games and practices are played at:
For Game Schedules:
The Mosquito year at a glance:
- January: Indoor preseason training begins.
- March: Mosquito Player Evaluations; House teams are formed and practices begin.
- April: Opening Day and the start of the Mosquito House League season.
- May: Mosquito All-Star Saturday, Summer Ball Tryouts
- June: Mosquito Playoffs and Championship
- July: AAA, A and AAA(Tier 2) Summer Season; Can-Am Midsummer Classic Tournament
- August: Provincial Championships.
For more information about the Mosquito Division, please contact the Commissioner: