January 23, 2023

LMBA 60+ baseball will begin it's third year at City Park in Langley in April. The past two seasons have seen great turnouts and successful results.  The games provide a great playing opportunity for any players that love to play but may not have time to commit to 45+ leagues. Players range in age from 57/58 years of age to lifelong players in their seventies. We use a drop in format with teams put together by our two “Managers of the Day”.

Games are played on SUNDAYS at City Park from 10:00AM to 12:30PM.  Scheduled games and practices start in April 2023 and run through to the end of September. Games are NOT played on holiday weekends.

Registration is required through the Lower mainland Baseball Association and make sure you register for the 60+ Division.

Our league is also supported by Langley Minor Baseball, and we use local youth umpires provided by their association.

Our groups work together scheduling field times for vintage baseball as well as father son teams travelling to tournaments. This season we are also hosting out of town vintage teams for games at our park and any managers interested in forming a team to join are welcome.

Any players or groups expressing interest, please contact: 

Howard Sandrel @ 604 880 3067 or

Baseball BC on Twitter


Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)

What is LTAD?

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete. 


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Last Raps

Since 2009, Last Raps Baseball has provided baseball instruction in the lower mainland, island and interior of British Columbia. The instruction that we provide is to better equip players to play in their local leagues and associations. In turn, this will increase the overall caliber of play and keep baseball a relevant sport in the British Columbia sports culture.

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