News and Announcements

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Post season try outs will be begin in early June. Please watch for a call for applications for coaches and managers. This year Langley Baseball will have Post Season teams available for the following:

8 year olds (possibly 2 teams)
9 Selects
9/10 Selects
9/10 District Team
11 Selects
11/12 Selects
11/12 Districts

For those players over 13 years old we will advise when the try outs are for District Teams.

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We’re sad to announce all parks including City Park and Milner are closed today, April 12, 2017, due to standing water.

OPENING DAY

Posted by Melinda Woznesensky at Mar 30, 2017 9:08PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Hey Baseball Fans!

The wait is over and Opening Day to the 2017 Baseball Season is finally here! Can’t wait to see all of you.

Opening Ceremonies will take place on Cooke Diamond at City Park at 11:00 am, Saturday, April 1, 2017. Please arrive at the park no later than 10:40 am. After the ceremonies there will be a hotdog and juice box for all the players and the Concession will also officially open for the season. If the weather agrees maybe even a couple of games that day.

If you require further information please contact your Team Parent or email info@langleybaseball.ca

See you on Saturday!

Mindy
President

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PRE-REGISTER TODAY!!

Wednesday March 29th – 2017 – 4 to 7 year olds – Learning the Game

Thursday March 30th – 2017 – 8 to12 year olds – Playing the Game

Time: 5:30 – 9:30 pm – please bring a donation for the Food Bank

Richard Bulpitt Elementary – 20965 77a Ave, Langley, BC V2Y 2E5

Contact: Linda Hanson – (604)-240-8970 or Email: linda.hanson@telus.net

Little League Baseball Canada is pleased to present The 2017 Teaching for Tomorrow Roadshow. The Teaching for Tomorrow Program offers quality coaching resources and materials to Little League coaches right across Canada. It is also designed to help to teach the game of baseball to their local Little League players in an efficient and effective manner as well as develop qualified coaches with the confidence to mold our young Canadian ballplayers on and off the field. The program is packed full of quality coaching information, and baseball specific drills to incorporate with your own Little League team. There are 14 Teaching for Tomorrow clinics scheduled from coast to coast in 2017. Little League Baseball Canada’s National Coach, Jesse Sawyer has assembled a committee of coaches from across Canada to help him deliver coaching clinics in each region. Each of the 14 clinics will be hosted by at least two members of the National Coaching Committee and they will present to the coaches who attend as much information about the program as possible including all the resources, and materials that will help them become more confident on the field whether they have been coaching for years or they are just starting to coach in 2017.

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Park Clean up is this weekend. Please bring shovels, rakes, gloves and any other tools we might need to help prepare all of our fields for Ball Season.

We are looking for some team leaders to help with clean up day and keep people on task and equipped on each of our fields. We are looking for the following:

-Team Leader for Blastball Fields
-Team Leader for T-Ball Field
-Team Leader for Jaalaid
-Team Leader for Barbour
-Team leader for Milner for 7
-Team leader for Milner for 8

These Team Leaders would be great if they were from those age groups so that they can work on the fields they will be using. Please let me know if you or anyone you know is interested in these positions. Have the email me at abssheldon@shaw.ca their name and contact information.

Thanks,

Sheldon