Umpires (Dundas Little League)


Getting paid to Umpire baseball?

Umpiring for Dundas Little League is a great way to acquire new friends, get outdoors, and make a few extra bucks being involved in the game you love!

We have raised our pay rates! We pay anywhere from $27-$45 a game depending on league and situation.

You don't even need to have experience in umpiring, just a passion for the game and basic knowledge of the rules. We have some amazing people that are willing to help train and mentor you to become proficient. 

Ideally we are looking for the following kinds of people who can help us:
- teenagers aged 14+ looking to get some summer job hours and love the game
- retirees looking to get out in the community and have some fun, maybe even while watching their own family play
- lover's of baseball and everything about the game looking to get involved in making our league even better.
If this sounds like you, contact us HERE. We have a large compliment of umpires for 2024, but we are always on the lookout for more!

Games run the following times:
Coach Pitch games (age 7/8) run Tuesday and Thursday nights at Edwards park, 6pm. 2 diamonds at the park
Minor league games run Monday and Wednesday nights at Martino Park, 6pm on both diamonds and possibly 1 game at 8pm.

Major League games run Tuesday and Thursday nights at Martino Park, 6pm and 8pm on Martino Major

A quote from one of our longest running umpires, Doug Dalgleish:
“Umpiring for Dundas Little League is one of the most enjoyable things I get to do in the summer.  It’s given me a completely different perspective of the game and a way to contribute to the development of the players while teaching them sportsmanship and fair play.  Most importantly I am part of youth sports in Dundas.  Umpires are just as important to playing baseball as the 2 teams that take the field before the start of a game.  We’re the 3rd team on the field and I’m glad to be  part of Dundas Little League.  It’s a great sports organization with lots of history in our great community.  Come on out and join the “other” team on the field – become a member of the umpire team.”

If you have any questions on this, please email [email protected] for answers