Blaze Spring Break Trip

  • February 20, 2018

Langley Blaze will head south for their 16th annual Spring Arizona tour. 153 players that have joined the Blaze for this trip over the years have been drafted, including 8 first rounders Brett Lawrie, Philippe Amount, Andrew Church, Kellin Deglan, Kyle Lotzkar, Josh Naylor, Cal Quantrill and Mike Soroka.

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BLE Arizona Tournaments

  • February 07, 2018

Phoenix, AZ - March 2018

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Yale Baseball Academy Announcement

  • February 05, 2018

Yale Baseball Academy Announcement!

We are pleased to announce that Yale Secondary School in Abbotsford, BC will be the first ever high school sport academy baseball team that trains, travels and competes together year round.  Our current skills program at Yale will continue to operate like it has over the past 10 years and the Abbotsford Cardinals will still have all three clubs (Bantam, Junior, Senior) operate as per usual.  A final decision will be made by the school on April, 1st to decide whether we move forward in the fall of 2018 or 2019.  Roster spots have started to fill.

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January 2018 Newsletter - Whats Ahead & In Memory of Wayne Norton

  • January 24, 2018

Baseball BC's January 2018 Newsletter is now published.  This edition features a piece on Wayne Norton, a pioneer and builder of our sport who recently passed away after a courageous struggle with ALS.
 
A call to action for umpiring in 2018, updated championship information, and NCCP partnership opportunities are also highlighted.

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