Spring Break Camp

  • February 20, 2017

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Baseball BC Newsletter

  • February 16, 2017

Baseball BC is proud to release the 1st edition of our new newsletter  
for your enjoyment.  You can download the newsletter at the link below:

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Baseball Canada Past President Ray Carter to be inducted into Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

  • February 02, 2017

Baseball Canada Past President Ray Carter will be one of this year’s inductee’s into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. Ray is well known in British Columbia as he was the President of Baseball  BC for a number of years. See article Below.

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Winterball Program 2017 (For Schools)

  • February 01, 2017

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Baseball BC Announces Updated 2017 Provincial Championships Information

  • January 31, 2017

Baseball BC is pleased to release a comprehensive package with information related to our 2017 Provincial Championships.   
Full Provincial Championships Entry Package

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Langley Secondary Baseball Academy

  • January 27, 2017

The Langley Secondary Baseball Academy is a unique program in which diverse students train together with the common purpose of improving their individual and team skills in baseball. The program is open to all students at all skill levels and the focus is on individual skill and team tactical development.

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DREAM BIG - Celebrate Female Baseball

  • January 25, 2017

An exciting opportunity for female baseball players presents itself through the hard work of the provincial 14U girls' head coach Stacy Fournier and Little Mountain Little League mom Kristy Watson.  In partnership with The Ball Yard at Sports Central, they bring you the Dream Big Celebration featuring BC’s finest provincial and national team players. Sponsored by Baseball BC, this female baseball showcase will feature athletes that started playing baseball in youth baseball associations just like yours and are now competing at the highest levels.  Inspiration is the greatest way to garner interest, and that is exactly what we hope to accomplish through this event for the baseball youth.  It is time for young female players to Dream Big in Baseball and to realize that there’s nothing holding them back.  So, come out and see these women in action on Saturday, February 18th from 10am to 12pm at 2611 Viscount Way in Richmond. After the showcase portion of the day, the audience may also get to try their hand at some baseball skills.  Baseball BC will be in attendance as well to provide Female High Performance Program information, so whether you’ve played baseball all your life or are new to the game, we hope to see you there!

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Athlete Assistance Applications

  • January 19, 2017

Baseball BC is accepting applications for the 2017 B.C. Athlete Assistance Program. Details are available at the link below:

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Little League BC and BCPBL Join Forces to Offer Big League Replacement in BC

  • January 19, 2017

We are pleased to announce that CABA Canada 19U has partnered with BCPBL to provide a baseball program for 17 to 19 year olds in British Columbia. The CABA Canada 19U replaces the provincial Little League Big League® program.

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2017 Baseball BC Coaching Opportunities

  • January 19, 2017

Baseball BC Coaching Opportunities – Apply Now!
Baseball BC is seeking interested coaches to work with our High Performance Program in 2017.
For more detail and an application form, please see below…

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