The code of conduct promotes fair play and respect for all participants within Calgary North Baseball League. The league's directors, members, coaches, players and their parents will adhere to the code of conduct set out below and will respect the principles of fair play at all times while participating in Calgary North Baseball League related activities. During games, practices, or any time players are wearing a Calgary North Baseball League uniform, they are expected to behave in a way that shows respect to other players, umpires, coaches, spectators, and the community.
We will respect the concept that our youth play baseball for the fun of it, not because their parents, coaches or others want them to.
We will respect the spirit of the game and always play by the published official rules of Baseball Alberta as well as by such applicable rules as may be adopted by Calgary North Baseball League.
We will respect and cooperate with teammates, coaches, opponents, umpires and other league officials. We will treat all players with respect. We will at no time interfere with or take unfair advantage of any player or umpire. We will always consider the physical and emotional well- being of others.
We will display self-control, courtesy, and good manners at all times when representing our team and Calgary North Baseball League.
We will remember that winning isn't everything -- that having fun, improving skills, making friends and doing one's best are important to everyone's enjoyment of baseball.
We will respect the reasonable requests of the coaches, umpires, and league officials. Failure to show respect, such as disrupting practice or games, may result in a player or parent being asked by League coaches or officials to leave the ballpark for the rest of that practice or game.
We understand that if coaches, parents, or children violate this code of conduct they may be subject to appropriate disciplinary actions by the Board of Directors of Calgary North Baseball League.
We will wear our uniforms with pride, the way they are meant to be worn. This includes tucking in the shirt, wearing the hat and belt as intended, and showing up for games in a clean uniform.