More AMBA Alumni doing well...
AMBA is very proud of alumni Jake Kristensen and Jayden Knight for working so hard in their baseball endeavors. All of the efforts have paid off in being named to the BC Selects 17U Team. They will be off to play in the Canada Cup in Fort McMurray from August 3rd-8th. Both Jake and Jayden played for many years in Aldergrove with their last posting being the Bantam AA Provincials Champions. Go kick some butt and bring back the Gold Medal boys!
Posted on 07/21/2016
Aldergrove Dodgers Peewee A win the Diane Cook Newton Canadians summer opening tournament
The Dodgers went undefeated winning the final game against Coquitlam 17-10. A back and forth battle against Coquitlam saw great pitching and defense with Aaron Esau winning the MVP of the final game to push the Dodgers past the Reds.
Posted on 07/04/2016
Bantam Fall Ball
Aldergrove Minor Baseball will be forming a Fall Bantam (15U) Team. This team is suitable for all skill levels and is open to returning Bantam aged players entering their second year and graduating Pee Wee aged players.
Click here for details and registration info.
Posted on 06/28/2016
Bullpen Summer Baseball Camp
The Bullpen Baseball School will be hosting TWO three-day Summer Camp in coordination with Aldergrove minor baseball.
Age : 9 - 13
Date : August 9 - 11
Time : 9:00 - 12:00 noon
Place : Aldergrove Athletic Park
Cost : $130.00 (3-day camp)
This Camp will be an excellent opportunity for all players to extend their season and to enjoy some extra time on the ball field learning the finer points of the game from two / three very qualified bullpen instructors. Each three-hour camp will be held to a maximum of only 25 students as well.
Click here for complete details.
Posted on 06/26/2016
AMBA Player named to 2016 BC BASEBALL 13U SELECTS TEAM
Congratulations on our very own Jaden Lamothe being named to the BCBA Provincial Selects roster…….we are very proud of you !!!
Click here for 2016 BC BASEBALL 13U SELECTS TEAM ROSTER ANNOUNCEMENT.
Posted on 06/15/2016
Yes, our kids' sports suck up all of our free time. Yes, our kids' sports make our lives and schedules crazy sometimes (OK, most of the time). Yes, our kids' sports keep getting more expensive. Yes, it's a pain in the butt to leave work early to drive home, then drive back across town so our kids can be at their ball game at 5:00pm, a half hour to 45 mins before it begins.
But in the blink of an eye, our kids won't be kids anymore. They'll be driving themselves or getting rides with buddies to practices and games. Then all of the sudden, we'll be left with a huge void in our lives and the only thing that will occupy it is the constant question running through our minds... "How did it go by so fast?"
So, embrace every crazy, annoying, inconvenient and expensive moment while you can.
Remember to try to "see the game through the eyes of the kids". It will make your time at the park that much more enjoyable.
Posted on 05/16/2016