News and Announcements
APRIL 15, 2016 BURGER AND BEER PUB NIGHT FUNDRAISER
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
The document Beer for Brad details was attached to this post.
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.
SEEKING VOLUNTEERS FOR UPCOMING EVENTS:
*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.
Registration for the 2016 spring season has now closed but that doesn’t mean all is lost.
Numbers can still fluctuate slightly as schedules and teams are designed so if you’d like to be placed on the wait list please e-mail your name, players name, date of birth, and address to email@example.com
FOR THOSE LOOKING TO REGISTER FOR CHALLENGERS – REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN, SEE ON LINE FORM UNDER REGISTRATION HEADING.
Well another Baseball season is upon us and with every pitch comes the need for Umpires. Umpiring is a great opportunity for Youth and Adults to improve their knowledge of the game and develop leadership skills. Langley Baseball provides training at no costs, but participants must attend the majority of the 6 clinics provided plus some on-field development in March.
1) umpires must be minimum 11 years old
2) be able to do 1 or 2 games a week, games on evenings and on weekends
3) have a basic knowledge of the game of baseball
4) be reliable to show up 20 minutes prior to game start time
5) be able to work well with other and able to take instruction
6) have your own indicator and brush (kits can be bought from the club)
7) have own uniform consisting of grey pants, red t-shirt or under-armor, black belt, black shoes, black socks and cup or jill
8) Umpire shirts and hats will be provided to umpires for use during games.
Please click the ON LINE REGISTRATION heading for an umpire sign up. The sign up will help us build a communication list so please do take a few moments to fill in the short form.
IF THERE ARE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS PLEASE EMAIL … firstname.lastname@example.org