About the Rangers
The Etobicoke Rangers have been one of the premier rep teams in the province of Ontario for over 30 years. During this time, the Rangers have built a rich tradition of success on the field - including several provincial championships and National Championships. We field teams from 10U - 18U, with our teams from 15U and up competing in the EBLO.
Our mission is to develop young baseball players and give them every opportunity to compete at the highest level, and achieve their baseball goals. We do this by giving players the opportunity to work very closely with coaches who have professional and college experience, and by providing the facilities and resources they need to improve not only as baseball players, but also as students and human beings. We pride ourselves on being able to find schools that are a good fit for those looking to play at the next level, be it locally here in Canada or at a NCAA NAIA or NJCAA institution in the United States. A number of Rangers have enjoyed success not only at that level, but in the professional ranks as well.
Our 15U, 16U, and 18U teams compete in the ultra-competitive EBLO. The goal of our EBLO programs is to develop the skills of our players, helping those who want to play at the next level find schools that will be a good fit for them as baseball players, and as students. Some of the features of our EBLO programs include:
- top level competition - measure yourself against the best in the EBLO, as well as AAA OBA Teams
- advanced, position-specific year round training (with short designated rest periods)
- a detailed strength training program catered to the individual player
- progress meetings with coaches
- a fall ball program (including a US tournament or a trip to play against US schools)
- the opportunity to compete in US tournaments in the summer
- EBLO showcases
- the opportunity to play on the EBLO all-star team (which travels to a US tournament)
- a pathway to collegiate baseball through opportunities to be seen by college scouts
- opportunities to try out for provincial youth teams (which can lead to national team and beyond)
- additional offerings (including a March Break trip)