Summer Competitive Baseball

The Summer baseball program builds on the Spring program, providing an opportunity to play in July and August. The program is open to all of our Spring players who reside or go to school in our catchment area – a map is on the Where We Play page.

In general, your child must participate in their designated age division as Little League International rules are very strict for the summer competitive season for most divisions. If there are more players interested than can be accommodated in Glebe, we will refer players to other leagues that have space available. Every effort will be made to place all players who wish to play summer ball on a team. While we try to include as many players as possible, it can be necessary to release players. Usually this will be due to numbers, for example 17 registrants which is too many for one team but not enough for two.

In the summer divisions, Glebe plays in the Ottawa Summer Interlock league with teams from other Ottawa area Little Leagues in District 6 (Carleton Russell, Prescott Russell, South Ottawa, Orleans) and District 2 (Ottawa West, East Nepean, Kanata).

Each age division will typically form either 1, 2 or maybe 3 summer teams, however if there is enough interest we will attempt to field enough teams to meet the interest. There are no set nights for summer ball however games are held during the week with occasional weekend games when necessary due to field availability.

2017 Fees

Rookie: $150

Minors/Majors: $190

Junior/Senior: $240

In general, fees cover summer play in the interlock schedule and one tournament per team. Those players selected to All Star teams will be expected to pay additional team fees in the range of $100 for the apparel package and one extra tournament.

Players may not register at the tryout sessions. Full payment must be completed PRIOR to tryout sessions. Refunds will be available to players who for whatever reason decide to withdraw from summer play prior to or during the tryout process, and for up to 3 days after notification of tryout results.

Apparel Program

Canadian and National division players will be loaned a summer jersey (that will be given back at the end of the season) and receive a dry fit practice shirt and summer ball cap (theirs to keep). Canadian and National division players will be expected to use their spring ball pants (we do have some extras).

All Star Summer Ball Team players will be loaned a summer jersey (that will be given back at the end of the season). They will also be required to purchase an apparel package (part of the additional team fee) . The package consists of baseball pants, dry-fit jersey, socks, dry fit shorts, belt and hat (theirs to keep). Once all star teams are selected, players will be sized for pants, shorts and dry fit jersey.


Tryouts for the All-Star and Canadian level teams is on the weekend of June 2-4 for Minor, Major, Junior and Senior. Specific times will be available soon. Players who self-select to the National division will not attend these sessions.  If a sort out session becomes necessary dates will be announced.

All Star “A” Teams

Glebe will field All Star teams at Senior, Junior, Major, and Minor levels. All Star Teams are selected after a tryout process to be held in June. The All Star Teams represent our league in the World Wide Little League Tournament which starts with the District 6 playdowns and continues on to Provincial, Canadian and World Series Championships for the successful teams. Players on this team need to be available and committed to many practices in preparation for district competition and are expected to be available for all district, provincial and national games. Parents/players will be asked to sign a commitment letter to ensure a full understanding of the required commitment.

In order to be eligible for selection to an All Star team, players must have played in 60% or more of the regular season scheduled games in that same division of play (not including playoffs). They must also meet residency requirements.

All-star teams will also participate in the Summer Interlock Baseball League with other All Star Teams in the Ottawa Area. The summer league has 2 games per week, one home and one away plus tournaments on some weekends.



  • At the Rookie level, there are 2 types of summer teams: “A” or “Canadian” and “B” or “National
  • These players represent Glebe in the Summer Interlock Program where they play competitive teams from other leagues within Ottawa’s Districts 2 and 6.
  • In some cases, where player interest and coach availability is sufficient, Glebe may field a more than one team in the Summer Interlock Program. Additional teams are normally added at the “B” or “National” level.
  • All games are coach pitch and are played Mondays through Thursdays and possibly Sundays. The schedule is 2 games plus intermittent practices throughout the season.


The structure in these two divisions has changed. For the 2017 season both minor and major will have the following format:

  • One “All Star”  team that will participate in the district Little League play downs and summer All Star level interlock schedule. This division used to be referred to as the Canadian Division in summer interlock.  Instead they will now be referred to as the “All Star” division.
  • NEW:  Canadian Division.  A minimum of one team that will compete in the Canadian division of summer interlock. This team will be comprised of the next strongest group of players.  (if numbers and skill allow there could be two teams placed in this division)
  • NEW:  National Division.  All other players will form teams in the National division of summer interlock.


The junior division will have the traditional format – no changes have been made in this division.  We plan to form one “all star” team which will compete in districts (and if successful provincials, nationals) and also in summer interlock.  We’ll also form one or two National teams which will compete in a summer interlock schedule.


In this division there has traditionally only been one summer “all star” team.  With the spring format moving to a tiered format, we hope there will be enough interested players to form a National summer division involving teams from across the city.


It is understood that summer time brings family holiday time, and we realize players are likely to be away for some games, perhaps even a couple of weeks at a time.  This should not stop you from registering your child.  You will be asked to indicate known/expected vacation times during the process to help us plan team rosters with vacations in mind.  We try to have an adequate number of players per team so that holiday absences are not problematic.

All Star level players must be available for tournament playdowns (districts, Provincials, etc.)  dates and we expect players on these teams to plan their holidays around these times.  Unavoidable absences must be disclosed and discussed with the team manager and league representatives.

Equipment/gear required:

  •  Baseball glove is required
  •  Running shoes are acceptable; but many kids prefer baseball cleats
  •  Athletic support (“cup”) for all players
  • GLL provides a few bats to each team. If players have their own, they are encouraged to bring them
  •  GLL provides a few batting helmets to each team. Again, if players have their own, they are encouraged to bring them.
  • GLL provides catching equipment for each team
  • For summer, some uniform elements will be provided (loaned jersey for all teams and hat and warm up shirt)