Fall Ball

The Langley Blaze is now taking registration for their fall ball program.

Beginning Sept. 6 the program will run until mid October.

Players ages 13-18 will receive training from eight coaches at practices, including instruction from ex-college and professional players.

They will also play 24 games with two tournaments.

The team will then head indoors to the Blaze’s winter facility to refine skills and work with trainers on physical conditioning.

The Blaze, ranked the number one program in Canada by Baseball America, is offering Fall Ball to concentrate on building fundamental skills.

There are no cuts or tryouts until November.

Practices and home games will be held at McLeod Athletic Park, 56 Avenue and 216 Street.

Interested players can visit for registration.

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