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Baseball season not far away!
Submitted By Jeremy VanRuymbeke on Saturday, February 3, 2018
Hello All

Its still very cold outside and snow is on the ground but Port Lambton baseball has already started. Winter indoor camps have already begun for multiple divisions while some indoor groups will be starting soon. Click for more info!


 As of right now but could change, Peewee, Mosquito, Rookie and Mite girls are looking at running indoor sessions, If you have not been contacted by a coach yet in these above divisions about camps, please email or call coach for your division(see list below)and we can guide you in the right direction.


 If you have not registered yet for the upcoming season please do so ASAP. If you played ball last year but did not register yet the early bird registration pricing has ended. We will be strictly enforcing this extra fee this year as we are trying to curb late registrations which affect our ability to determine size of teams and if we will have enough players to make teams in all divisions. If you are brand new to baseball in Port Lambton then the early bird pricing is still in effect. We have the majority of returning players registered already and we thank you for your support and effort in this process.


Only O.B.A head coaches and MITE GIRLS have been selected and will be looking to name River league coaches closer to when ball season begins.


Again, thank you to those who have registered already and to those of you that have not, please do so ASAP. As for any questions in regards to Winter Ball Camps or general questions please email or contact coach below and we will do our best to answer.


P.L.A.A Baseball Committee


Jason Burgess

[email protected]


Jake Lozon

[email protected]


Ben Hazzard

[email protected]


Mike Lane 

[email protected]


Jeremy VanRuymbeke 

[email protected]

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