News and Announcements

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Please be advised registration for winter clinics is now open. Clinics start next week and are free to anyone who was registered for our 2015 season or any newly registered 2016 players. New players can join at a cost of $20.00 per clinic (payable at the first session).

Players must be a minimum of 5 years old as of April 30, 2016.

Please click on our registration link above to see more information and clinic times and locations.

Clinics are not mandatory so players are free to attend when they can; but please be sure to register in advance if you plan to attend any or all of the clinics so we can keep you informed.

Paid pitching clinics for players 9-18 will be posted on line very shortly and will start soon. The cost will be $50.00 for 5 weekly sessions to be held on Tuesdays. Space will be limited to please watch this site for more information on this and upcoming 2016 registration as it becomes available.

If you have any questions or concerns you can e-mail registrar@langleybaseball.ca

Fall Ball

Posted by Langley Baseball Association at Sep 4, 2015 7:44PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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We’re sorry to announce Langley Baseball will not be offering a fall ball program this year. We hate that we may have disappointed our membership and our eager little leaguers. We’ll try to host a few clinics over the next couple of months so please check this posting from time to time.

We’re gearing up for winter clinics and will post the information as soon as it’s available.

2016 regular season registration will open at the end of October. Remember to register early because registration will close on March 1, 2016.

We’ll be seeking volunteers to fill our coaching staff, tournament committee, division coordinators and seats on our board over the next few months and into our 2016 season. If you have any questions or want to step up to help please contact registrar@langleybaseball.ca

Thank you from all the volunteers at Langley Baseball.

In Memory of Ray Jones

Posted by Langley Baseball Association at Jul 30, 2015 4:40PM PDT
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From Roy Bergerman: President of Little League Baseball Canada:

It is with sadness I report the loss of a long time Little Leaguer and friend who passed away after a brief illness on July 21.

Ray Jones played his youth baseball with Whalley Little League (BC), and maintained his connection to the sport as a coach and manager over many years. Most recently Ray was the manager of the Whalley Big League team which he led to numerous Canadian Championship tournaments and several World Series tournaments in Easley, South Carolina over the past 15 years.

Ray was also well known in Taylor, Michigan, where earlier in his career he brought Whalley teams to represent Canada at the Junior World Series. Ray was all set for another run this year with the Big League boys when he became ill and had to miss the All-star season.

Our thoughts are with Ray’s family and Whalley Little League. He was “one of a kind” in many ways, whose passion for Little League exemplifies the dedicated volunteers at Whalley Little League.

Condolences to the family from Langley Baseball

See you soon!

Posted by Langley Baseball Association at Jul 30, 2015 4:33PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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With the 2015 regular and post season behind us it’s time for the volunteers of Langley Baseball to have a much deserved break.

Thank you to all the parents and players for another great season!

Preparations for fall ball and winter clinics will be under way soon; watch this website for registration on these programs soon and for 2016 Regular season in late October 2015

Thank you from all the volunteers at Langley baseball

Nice work!

Posted by Langley Baseball Association at Jun 29, 2015 5:38PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Our 9B selects had a wonderful tournament in Newton this past weekend. They went 2 and 1 in the round robin making the semifinals. The boys ran into a tough White Rock team in the semifinals and though they played hard, they were knocked out of the tournament.

The team’s hustle and hard play made Langley proud.

Way to go boys!