#208 - 30 Centurian Dr.
Markham, Ontario, L3R 8B8
Office Tel: (416) 862-2288
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The original inspiration for the present day Leaside Baseball Camp came from Ron Dominico. Many of Leaside's best players had enrolled religiously throughout their childhoods to Ron's camp based out of Trace Manes Park. The camp was a great success and it has shaped the face of Leaside Baseball to this day. During the late 90's, Leaside was also home to another camp --- Canadian Pro Baseball, located at Howard Talbot Park.
Present day Leaside Baseball Camp is one of only two non-profit baseball camps in Toronto. Leaside and East York Baseball Associations now have baseball camps that are organized and managed by the local associations. The Leaside Baseball Camp has been in operation for over a decade, and was started by Eric Stickney (who once attended Ron's camp). The Camp has grown into a wonderful outlet for kids to be active, make friends, learn the game of baseball and perfect their skills, at Toronto's top baseball park, Howard Talbot Park.
The camp focuses on rookieball, mosquito, and peewee age groups and now plays host to an afternoon program called the 4 corners development camp run by Toronto Legend Todd Betts for Bantam and Midget players.