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2022 Umpire of the Week Awards

Baseball Oshawa is proud to announce we have teamed with the Harvey's team at Taunton at Ritson Roads to help recognize and reward umpires in Oshawa.

Starting this year, Baseball Oshawa will recognize a Junior and Senior Umpire every week. The Umpire of the Week will receive a free meal at Harvey's and be profiled on the Baseball Oshawa website and social media.

Full list of award winners here 

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Umpire for Baseball Oshawa

Baseball Oshawa is looking for some new umpires for the 2022 season.

Why become an umpire?

It's a chance to stay active in baseball and give something back to the game. Get the “Best Seat in the House”, and meet some great people with a part-time summer job.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact Jayson DesLauriers at jsdezi@hotmail.com

What does it take?

  • Willingness to learn and gain experience
  • Love of the game
  • Confidence and pride
  • Hustle, physical and mental alertness
  • A sense of fair play and impartiality

How much does it pay?

Remuneration is based on the level of baseball officiated.
The higher the level of ball, the higher the level of pay.

What does it cost?

Each umpire must go through an annual umpire clinic. Clinics take place in the spring and vary in length depending on the clinic level.

What will Baseball Oshawa do for me?

Ensures that clinics are run by Baseball Oshawa and Baseball Ontario approved clinicians, many of whom are nationally and internationally successful umpires.
When at all possible, you will be paired with more experienced umpires to help you with any on-field concerns that might arise.
Baseball Oshawa ensures you are paid on a regular basis throughout the season.

 

 

Jim Taylor

Umpire-in-Chief