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2019 Fall Ball

We are pleased to announce that we will have Fall Ball programs for the following divisions:

- Pee Wee (birth years 2007/2008)

- Bantam A, AA, AAA (birth years 2005/2006)

- College Prep


Fall ball costs for Pee Wee and Bantam (all levels) is 100.00 per player. The season is from as early as September 1st to mid October.  All games and schedules are created by the Head Coach. North Langley will be providing Fall Ball shirts.

The coaches for this season are:

Bosu Seo - Pee Wee

Jhim Burwell - Bantam A/AA

Tom Nevison - Bantam AAA/Township Blue Sox


Registration for 2019 Fall Ball

Please click the link above to register.

Congratulations to our Bantam A, Tier two team for winning their playoffs! The head coaches are Dan Chapman and Bill Oulton. Way to go!

Coaches - Need to Reschedule a Game?

To reschedule a rain out game, or, to book an exhibition game, please fill out the field scheduler form


After you have arranged a field time, please then fill out the umpire request form here.


Summer Ball Coaches

Doug Crone on behalf of North Langley Baseball is pleased to announce the selected coaches for the 2019 Summer ball Season:


Bantam AAA – Kevin Nicholson

Bantam AA – Dave Wood

Bantam A  - Dan Chapman

Peewee AA – Ray Clark

Pewee A – Jack Libby

Mosquito AAA Tier 2  - Ron Dorland

Mosquito A – Derek Finlayson

Tadpole 9’s  - Chris Blatz

Tadpole 8’s – Co-coaches – Curtis Zarrelli & Josh Macknee

Super 7’s – Peter Cave


Tryout dates TBA.

All players trying out should understand that 100% commitment is mandatory to play summer ball. Summer ball may run until August long weekend for some divisions.  


Good Luck to all teams



Doug Crone


North Langley Baseball – Home of the Trappers

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B.C Baseball "Association of the Year"

North Langley Baseball was honoured to receive B.C Baseball's 2019 Association of the Year.


The award was accepted by Doug Crone on behalf of our executive and past president Mark Burgess. Mark and Jori Burgess have been dedicated and instrumental to making our association what it is today. Our executive, coaches, and all volunteers contribute to our success, and we could truly not have the club that we do without them. 


Doug will continue to lead our club with his passion for baseball and our community. Thank you to Doug for your ongoing commitment. 


Thank you for helping us contribute to our success. We continue to grow each year and 2019 will not be any different.  

Trappers 2019 - Highlights, so far..

Trappers NEW Boundaries

Trappers NEW Boundaries

College Prep Fall Ball

Township Blue Sox

Registration is now open for

2019 Township BlueSox College Prep Fall Ball

Please visit the team website for more information and registration.

Fall Ball is open to all players born from 2002- 2005

To learn more about our Township Blue Sox program, please click here.

Township Blue Sox Coaching Staff Announcment

The Township Blue Sox (North Langley and Aldergrove Baseball Associations) are very pleased and honoured to announce that Kevin Nicholson will be joining our Township Blue Sox - College Prep coaching staff for the 2020 season.

Over the years, Kevin has led both the North Langley Peewee AAA and the Township Blue Sox Bantam AAA – programs to provincial births. In his first season Kevin’s efforts were recognized by BC Minor Baseball who named him the Coach of the Year for the 13U division. Kevin has the ability to make players better, both mentally and physically.    

Kevin's baseball background is extensive to say the least.  He was drafted by the California Angels in 1994, but rather than sign he chose to attend Stetson University, where he played college baseball.  Kevin’s college accomplishments include being named Conference Player of the Year in 1997. He reentered the draft in 1997 where he was selected in the first round, 27th overall, by the San Diego Padres.

Kevin spent three seasons in the minors, before making it to the majors where he played 37 games for the Padres in 2000. He later spent time in the Colorado Rockies, St. Louis Cardinals, and Pittsburgh Pirates organizations.

He was also a member of the Canadian National Baseball Team for several years. In 2001, he was part of their Baseball World Cup team, and was part of Team Canada's fourth place team in the 2004 Summer Olympics. In addition he played for Canada at the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006.


We look forward to big things with our College Prep program here in the near future.   

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Honorary Trapper - Kel McGuire

We would like to recognize Kel McGuire as an Honorary Trapper. Dan Smart is neighbors with Kel, and as a result, he has been heavily involved in all of the behind the scenes improvements made to our parks. We are beyond appreciative of his time, creativity and his dedication to our community.

Over the years, Kel has built

  • Cubbies in Senior, Zarrelli and WGS Dugouts
  • Ramp for the container
  • Pitching pound in batting cage
  • Benches in batting cage
  • Shed in Zarrelli and WGS Diamonds
  •  Banner boxes to showcase our Sponsors
  • Those big red key tags to avoid keys going home by mistake. 
  • And most recently he fixed the bench in the batting cages that was damaged. 

Thank you Kel! 

Mike Whitmey

Tragically, with great sorrow, we at North Langley Baseball need to inform you that coach/manager Mike Whitmey, a long-time advocate to kids’ baseball in Langley, died in a car accident on Monday March 18. 

One of Mike’s passions in life was the game of baseball. Mike gave so much time to the kids …. “He was a players coach”. The players loved playing for him. He would always be the first one to applaud them or praise them. He always remained calm, cool and collected, he was someone you could count on and one who would walk a thousand miles out of his way for his players.

From a baseball movie in the 90’s, “Angels in the Outfield,” the baseball community will be able to feel the presence of a friend, mentor, and coach and companion looking over them. From family man to baseball coach, Mike Whitmey was a man who always brought a smile to his family, friends and players he coached on any ball field. 

Although we lost a good coach, great father and unbelievable human being, the baseball community gained an angel in our outfields. From North Langley Baseball, the Langley Township Community and all of Langley City, we thank you Coach Mikefor all of the lives you have impacted within these associationsand in this community. 

Mikey, “I hope you have the best seats in town my friend”, to watch all these kids play a game you brought so much love and passion too. We hope you rest in peace because you will be missed by many. 

With sincere sympathy

Doug Crone