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2024 Langley Blaze Invitational Tournament

Share 2024 Langley Blaze Invitational Tournament – Schedule Released May 22, 2024 10:32 AM PDT From langleyblaze.com:   May 22.24- The highly anticipated schedule for the 2024 Langley Blaze Invitational Tournament has been officially released! The tournament, set to take place from June 5-9, promises to bring exciting baseball action to Langley and surrounding communities, featuring…

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2024 Langley Blaze Invitational Tournament – Schedule Released

May 22, 2024

10:32 AM PDT

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May 22.24- The highly anticipated schedule for the 2024 Langley Blaze Invitational Tournament has been officially released! The tournament, set to take place from June 5-9, promises to bring exciting baseball action to Langley and surrounding communities, featuring top-tier teams from across Canada.

This year’s Invitational will see elite baseball teams competing in Langley, Abbotsford, White Rock and Richmond, with games spanning five days of intense competition. Teams from British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario will showcase their talents, vying for the coveted championship title that will be given out at McLeod Field in Langley on Sunday afternoon June 9.

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KEN HATTON MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

From the Blaze website: This past weekend, the JR Blaze showcased remarkable resilience and skill, capturing the Ken Hatton Memorial Tournament title in a thrilling journey marked by highs, lows, and an ultimate triumph. The tournament kicked off on a challenging note for the Blaze, as they faced a formidable opponent in the Whalley Chiefs.…

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This past weekend, the JR Blaze showcased remarkable resilience and skill, capturing the Ken Hatton Memorial Tournament title in a thrilling journey marked by highs, lows, and an ultimate triumph.

The tournament kicked off on a challenging note for the Blaze, as they faced a formidable opponent in the Whalley Chiefs. Despite a valiant effort, the Blaze fell short, losing 7-3.

In Game 2, the Blaze rebounded, dominating the Victoria Mariners with a decisive 7-0 victory. 

The journey hit another bump in Game 3 against the Mid Island Pirates. Despite putting up a strong fight, the Blaze were edged out 8-5.

Entering the quarterfinals, the JR Blaze were up against the Victoria Eagles. With a place in the semifinals at stake, the Blaze delivered a powerful performance, defeating the Eagles 5-1.

In the semifinals, the Blaze faced the Kamloops Riverdogs 18u, a team 2-3 years older. In a match that tested their mettle, the Blaze emerged victorious with a solid 3-0 win.

The final showdown saw the JR Blaze once again facing the Whalley Chiefs, the team that handed them their initial loss. This time, however, the Blaze were determined to rewrite the script. They stormed the field with an unyielding spirit, leading to a resounding 8-1 victory.

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Canadian Futures Showcase Tryouts Coming to both Langley and UBC!

Share Canadian Futures Showcase Tryouts Coming to both Langley and UBC!   The Canadian Futures Showcase is a national amateur baseball showcase held each September and hosted by the Blue Jays Baseball Academy. The goal is to provide a showcase opportunity for the best amateur baseball players born in Canada, with draft and college eligibility. It acts…

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Canadian Futures Showcase Tryouts Coming to both Langley and UBC!

 

The Canadian Futures Showcase is a national amateur baseball showcase held each September and hosted by the Blue Jays Baseball Academy. The goal is to provide a showcase opportunity for the best amateur baseball players born in Canada, with draft and college eligibility. It acts to centralize the best Canadian baseball players, with the intention of exposing them to as many MLB scouts and college recruiters as possible.

Showcase tryouts are held across Canada from May 14 to July 25 including coming up May 15 in Langley and May 16 at UBC! 

These tryouts help determine the players selected to participate at the showcase. While it is not mandatory that players attend a tryout in order to be selected to a roster, it is the best way to ensure players are fairly and accurately evaluated.

FOR MORE INFO AND TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE: https://tinyurl.com/37cz5bec

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