News and Announcements


Langley Baseball is holding our Annual General Meeting at the George Preston Arena, September 15th at 20699 42 Ave, Langley BC at 7:00 pm

Each player registration includes one membership fee for one designated parent in the Langley Baseball Society. Additional memberships can be purchased at the door for $5.00 (2 per family). Being a member of the club ensures voting privileges at this AGM. Members must be minimum 19 yrs. old and must live within our club boundaries.
Members are welcome to voice opinions, ideas, suggestion for improvement and participate in the voting of new directors.

Remember Langley Baseball is a non-profit organization run solely by volunteers. Our organization can only grow and succeed by the time dedicated by its members. We’re all committed and try our very best to provide your children with a great year of ball. You too can be part of the hard work and great rewards that come with holding a position on our board.
Have a voice, make a difference and join us!

Positions to be voted on:
If you have any further questions regarding the meeting please e-mail


Picture day is Tuesday April 19th at the George Preston Arena located at 20699 42nd Ave, Langley.

The team schedule has been attached below, please arrive 15 minutes prior to your team slot to get together with your team. The players are in and out as quickly and orderly as possible and we don’t have the luxury of waiting for late comers so please be on time!

Please ensure your player is in full uniform but NO CLEATS.

Don’t forget to fill out your envelops before arriving. You should have received them from your team mom by now.

If you have any further questions or concerns please e-mail

The document PHOTO SCHEDULE was attached to this post.


Posted by Rhona Faulkes at Mar 30, 2016 11:00AM PDT ( 0 Comments )


Brad Coleman and his family have been an important part of the Langley Baseball Family for over 10 years. Brad passed away suddenly in February 2016. Brad was our friend, player alumni, concession worker and head umpire. His loss will be felt by many of us and he’ll certainly leave a void in our baseball family.
Thank you for joining us at the Dublin Crossing in honor of Brad and show your support for his family.

The event was a huge success and the family overwhelmed with your support

Thank you

The document Beer for Brad details was attached to this post.

Coach Training!

Posted by Langley Baseball Association at Mar 29, 2016 3:19PM PDT

Langley Baseball is looking at providing it’s coaches with all available tools to help them learn the skills of baseball and become better coaches.

Al Herback is putting on his last baseball clinic before he retires. If you would like to attend please see the attached poster. This clinic is not specifically just for coaches in the younger divisions, but for parents that would like to come out an learn some basic baseball skills, so they can work with their children at home. If any coaches/parents are interested in attending, please see the attached poster.

The document Al Herback Clinics was attached to this post.



*Park Clean up is March 25/26 from 10pm-4pm. It’s time to get our park ready for the new season. Were looking for a little of your time and miscellaneous yard equipment to get the job done. We require wheel burrows, blowers, rakes, brooms…etc. Jobs to be done include weeding, painting, sweeping, raking and others.

All time spent can be counted as volunteer time served towards your volunteer deposit.
Thank you in advance for your support!

BLASTBALL/T-BALL VOLUNTEERS – Clean up of T-ball diamond (Sheila Engh Diamond) and setting up blastball back stops (City Park), assistance around the Concession Building
7-8’S VOLUNTEERS – Clean up at Milner park
9-10’s VOLUNTEERS – Clean up of Jalaaid Diamond (City Park)
11-12’s VOLUNTEERS – Clean up of Cooke Diamond (City Park)
13-19’s VOLUNTEERS – Clean up of Barbour (City Park)

A board member will be present at each location to direct volunteers accordingly.