News and Announcements
There is no Tadpole Session today. Unfortunately the wrong date was added to their January sessions and the 19 was listed instead of Sunday the 20th.
There will be the regular Sunday Tadpole session tomorrow from 2:45-3:30.
Sorry for the mistake and we will see that group tomorrow!
Time to Gear Up for the 2019 season!
15% off everything in the CMBA store until Jan 20.
Shop Now – http://urstore.ca/sports/ca/british-columbia/chilliwack-minor-baseball-womens
Congratulations to the following players who have been named to the Chilliwack College Prep Team:
For those not selected for this team CMBA will be offering midget AAA. Please come out to the Sports Landing on Saturday’s at 8:15 to begin training. You can contact Josh Crozier with any questions email@example.com
CMBA is pleased to announce the following players have been selected to represent Chilliwack this upcoming season in the Bantam AAA Division:
Congratulations to those who have made the team. For those who did not and who are interested in trying out for Bantam AA please contact Coach Chris Parr at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good luck to everyone this coming season.
UFV Cascades Baseball and the Fraser Valley Baseball Academy are pleased to announce Hall of Famer and former Blue Jay Roberto Alomar is coming to the Fraser Valley!
Also speaking will be Rob Fai, radio personality and voice of the Vancouver Canadians!
Please join us for this entertaining dinner event Saturday February 2nd, 2019 at 6 PM.
Make a weekend of it! Special room rate is 125$/night.
Tickets are 150$ each or 1500$ for a table of 10.
(Early Bird Special: tickets 125$ // table of 10 for 1250$ — until January 10th!
For tickets: contact Sanda King at email@example.com
Roberto Alomar is an American baseball player best known as one of the best second basemen in Major League Baseball. He was born in Salinas, Puerto Rico and started his MLB career in 1988 with the San Diego Padres. In 1991, he was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays, where he thrived as a hitter and second baseman. While there, he earned what would be his first of 10 American League Gold Glove Awards throughout his career. Alomar moved to the Baltimore Orioles in 1996 and played for the Cleveland Indians, New York Mets and Tampa Bay Devil Rays before retiring in 2005.
In 2011 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Robbie founded Alomar Sports, a full-service sports marketing agency based out of Toronto, Ontario, whose mission is to provide amazing and memorable experiences for clients.
He also created T12 in Toronto and PR12 in Puerto Rico which gives young players an opportunity to compete and showcase their talents. A strong supporter of Challenger Baseball and his home town of Ponce, PR, Robbie supports and organizes many fund-raising events to raise money for these various causes.
Most recently Robbie has a new book out, Roberto Alomar, A Special Player. Auto-graphed copies will be on sale at the event for only $35.00! A portion of proceeds will go to support the UFV program.
Rob Fai has been the voice of Vancouver Canadians baseball for the past 13 sea-sons on both radio and television and has given baseball at professional and amateur levels his unwavering commitment. As Director of Communications & Broadcast with Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club & host of The Commute, a daily sports radio broadcast heard across the province, Rob continues to entertain the local sports community. He is one of the longest serving voices in EA Sports history, voicing the award-winning National Hockey League (NHL) platforms for both Xbox and Playstation.
Inducted into the Vancouver Canadians Hall of Fame, and recipient of the Baseball BC Meritorius Award for his lifetime commitment to the game, Rob most recently received the coveted Paul Carson Award as best play-by-play broadcaster in British Columbia.
PurposeAs with any start up baseball program, the needs are great. We want our boys to be proud of the team for which they play and look forward to raising funds for such things jerseys, helmets, training equipment, and other necessary team gear.
In addition, our team will be heading to Tucson, Arizona in March, 2019 and our players have a minimum amount they must fundraise to be able to go. This is always a great trip not only for team building but also the opportunity to play good competition.
The funds raised at this event will be designated for these things.