Welcome to the Official Site for the Eager Beaver Baseball Association!

 Please visit our Sponsors and say Hi, we couldn't do it without them!
For more information about sponsorship opportunities at EBBA, contact sponsor@ebba.ca

Eager Beaver Baseball Association (EBBA) is a co-ed baseball league in London, Ontario, Canada. 2014 is our 60th year of offering baseball to children and young adults. If you or someone you know loves baseball, and are between the ages of 4 and 21, come check us out, and please sign our

  • Fundraising Made Easy
    Need something to eat this weekend?

    By ordering either of these 2 SPECIALS, a portion of your order will go directly to the Eager Beaver Baseball Assoc. London

    Simply go to www.Dominos.ca or visit us at these participating locations on Sunday, July 5th and quote the COUPON CODE

    Click here to view the specials.

    Posted Jul 2, 2015, 10:35 AM by Todd DeSilva
  • EBBA Presents Frank Colman Day

    Eager Beaver Baseball Association

    Frank Colman All Star Day

    Sat. July 11, 2015

    Labatt Park, London

    $2 Admission (free for coaches and players in uniform)

    Door Prizes     50/50 draw each game time

    Draw Table – Blue Jays tickets and much more

    Game Times:
     9am T-Ball  
    12pm Rookie  
    2pm Mosquito
    4pm PeeWee  
    6pm Bantam  
    8pm Midget  

    Cleats For Kids London will be collecting donations of gently used sports equipment (baseball, football, soccer) - with every item donated enter your name in to a draw

    Cleats For Kids London is a federally registered, non-profit organization. Their vision is to see that all youth have the opportunity to take part in organized sports. They do this by receiving cash donations and /or gently used sports equipment for football, baseball and soccer to distribute to families in need.

    For more information visit www.cleatsforkidslondon.com

    Posted Jun 6, 2015, 2:29 PM by Todd DeSilva
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2015 London Badger 
Baseball Camps

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Jeremy Bowley
Memorial Game
On August 1st 2013, the North London Baseball Association lost one of it's players to an indusrtial accident near Watford. On August 17th, his teammates and members of all of the teams Jeremy played against in 2013 gathered to play one final game in his honour.

EBBA has donated $500 to the Jeremy Bowley Scholarship Fund.
Below is a picture of  Wayne Bilger presenting the cheque to North London President, Jeff Scott, prior to the Memorial Game.
You can read more on the game here, or visit the NLBA website.


Cash Calendar Winners 2012


  • Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC) The Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC) donates $1500 to EBBA!Click the picture to view larger, from The Londoner, Wednesday July 17, 2013.
    Posted Jul 18, 2013, 1:19 PM by Wayne Bilger
  • Youngsters in the spotlight By John MatiszFormer London Majors player Ted Salhani visited his old stomping grounds today (July 16) as he reintroduced himself to Labatt Memorial Park. Unlike his playing days, however ...
    Posted Jul 18, 2011, 6:41 AM by Wayne Bilger
  • Eager Beaver has a lot to celebrate By Jeffrey ReedDespite the fact diamonds have resembled backyard ponds this spring, and money continues to be as tight as a Roy Halladay slider, London's storied Eager Beaver ...
    Posted Jun 3, 2011, 8:04 AM by Wayne Bilger
  • Founder recognized by baseball club By Jeffrey Reed Gordon Berryhill has finally received his due.On November 25, the Eager Beaver Baseball Association formally recognized its founder by awarding the Gordon Berryhill Volunteer Award to ...
    Posted Jun 3, 2011, 8:02 AM by Wayne Bilger
  • Jeffrey Reed: A challenging season awaits Eager Beaver baseball London's Eager Beaver Baseball Association (EEBA) delivers a deep history as it enters a 56th season. EBBA is, in fact, London's original minor sports association and one of ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2010, 11:54 AM by Wayne Bilger
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Todd DeSilva,
Nov 7, 2013, 1:13 PM