Welcome to the new home of the Fraser Valley Baseball Club
Feb 27 Congratulations to the following players for making the PBL Junior Fraser Valley Chiefs or White Rock Tritons
All played for the Fraser Valley Canadians last year.
Wish you all the best and good luck in the coming year.
Jan 19 Open try-out Tamanawis 1:00 pm sun. Jan21. Dress accordingly
Jan 14 Info. meeting for both Fraser Valley Premier Teams to be held at Whalley batting cage Wed. Jan. 17 4:30-5:30. All interested kids please attend.
Jan 13 Try-out postponed. Will try again next Sunday Jan 21 10:00
@ Tamanawis Pk.
Jan 01 2007
Happy NewYear everyone. The Fraser Valley Baseball Club will cease operation for 2007. All players are welcome to try-out for the newly formed Junior Premier Team (Fraser Valley Chiefs). Try-outs start Jan 14 at Tamanawis Park at 1:00pm. For more information go to Fraser Valley Chiefs website in ballcharts.
Oct 10 Newton wins Fall Classic over North Shore Twins
Oct 8 Whalley's loss to Ridge Meadows eliminates them from tournament
Oct 7 Whalley starts tournament with a win over Bby.
Oct 1 Next game Wed @7:00 Whalley . Tournament starts Fri. , our first game Sat 10:00
Sept 30 Split weekend games with Newton (8-7, 7-8)
Sept 25 Games sat. 10-1 @ Whalley
Sept 24 Mon Sept 25 re-scheduled game has been cancelled, next game Tues Sept 26
Sept 21 Wed. rain-out game has been re-scheduled for mon. Sept25@7:00
Sept 20 To-nites game has been rained-out, next game Sat 4-7
Sept 18 Wed game 7:00-Sat games 4-7
Sept 17 Whalley lost 2 games to a big strong Newton team on sat. Tom and Eric both pitched well in the first game but our team could not get their bats going. On Sun their bats were working and they mercied Bby in both games. Blaine and Brock pitched well in both games.
Sept 16 Sun games 1-4 Whalley
Sept12 Fri. game has been cancelled
Sept 10 Fall Ball roster posted
Sept 10 Games Wed @7:00- Sat-1:00-Sun-4:00
Sept 7 Practice Fri.6;00 Tamamawis Game Sun 3:00 @ Whalley
Sept 6 Practice thurs, 6:00 Tamanawis
Sept 4 If interested in playing Fall Ball for Whalley Senior League please call Herman @ 778-837-3599.
Sept 1 2006 Season Review
The Fraser Valley Baseball Club finished the year with a record of 54-18, winning the Babe Ruth Provincials and earning a trip to the North West Regionals in Oregon.
Other highlights include;
First in Pony League with a record of 15-0,
Winning the End of Summer Classic and Spring Fling Tournaments.
first in pool play in the Pacific Classic,
second place in the Tournament Invitational,
third in the West Coast Classic, and Summer Kick-off
4th of 18 teams in the Big League Experience in Oliver.
It was a great year, thanks to the dedication of all players, coaches , and parents. I wish all the players good luck next year and hope to see them in the fall.
July 30 FVBC End of Summer Classic Champions
The FVBC team has now won 11 games in a row going undeated winning the End of Summer Classic at Lynden Washington. Starting strong on sat., they put away Woodenville Tigers 10-2. Their second game although never indoubt was 9-8 against BC. Minor Vancouver Mounties. On Sunday, Seattle Senators kept it close with FVBC winning 6-3. Their next opponent was Tahoma Bears. FVBC saved some pitching and won 12-4. FVBC then waited and watched the Woodenville team beat the Senators in the bottom of the 7th for the right to play FVBC in the final. The Tigers jumped out to a 2-0 lead after 2 innings, put that was short lived. FVBC scored 9 in the bottom of the 3rd and mercied the Tigers 17-2 in 5
innings. The team hit exceptionally well and played errorless baseball and it proved to be a good prep for the regionals starting on Friday.
It was a great week in Trail.The boys went undefeated and beat the host team 4-1 in the championship game to win the tournament. The game was close with both teams making great plays in the field. With some clutch hitting FVBC managed to get on the board first and hold Trail at bay.
The team allowed only 8 runs in 5 games on the back of some great pitching and stellar defensive.Andy, Trevor and Kyle each won game MVPs and Ace was voted tournament MVP. The team now heads to Oregon for the Regionals with the winner going to the World Series
July 10 Tournament Invitational stand-outs
July 9 2nd Place
After finishing 1st overall in round-robin play, FVBC faced Rutland Rockies in the Championship game. It was a very spirited affair with the Rutland coach being tossed from the game and a few too many questionable calls by the umpires. FVBC opened the scoring in the bottom of the first and Rutland rallied to a 2 run lead by the 4th.
Andy hit a 2-run home run in the bottom of the 4th to tie the game. Rutland then managed to get a few runners in, to take a 2run lead.
Tom then hit a single with the bases loaded in the sixth to score 1 with a FVBC runner getting tagged out at home in a questionable call. FVBC then rallied again in the 7th, and left the tieing run at third base. FVBC left a total of 13 runners stranded during the game. They had their chances. Give credit to the Rutland Rockies for their performance and all in all it was a great game and FVBC was very proud to be a part of it.
July 4 Teams confirmed for Tournament Championship Invintational
St. Albert "AAA"
July 3 Ridge Meadows stand-outs
July 3 The FVBC team made a good showing at the Ronnie Crawford Tournament. Their first game against the Bantam Champions from last year was a pitching dual.The score was 2-2 after 7 innings and FVBC allowed CoMo only 2 hits. In the 8th , CoMo put a few hits together and won the game. FVBC then took care of Ridge Meadows 11-4 and then faced Ladner.Ladner won 4-2 but FVBC left men on 2nd-3rd four of 6innings. Just could not come up with that timely hit. Their last game, they handed St Albert, the Alberta Champions, there only defeat in round robin play. They got out to a 5-0 lead and held on to win 5-3.ABBY beat ST. Albert in the final to win the Tournament.
June 27 Teams confirmed for the Ronnie Crawford Memorial
Ridge Meadows "AAA"
St. Albert "AAA"
North Shore Twins
Pony League Champions
FVBC finished first with a record of 15-0 in the Pony League regular season. Bellingham finished second with record of 14-2. The competition was good and it was nice to see the local spots of Watcom County. Thanks to Steve Slesk who runs the league and to all the other coaches and players for making this a memorable experience.
June 26 Cam -Am Classic stand-outs
June 26 It was a good tournament for the FVBC team, They started by winning both of their seating games and then being seated fourth of 18. Then on sat.they won their first game in the 40 degree heat but had little left in the back to back games. FVBC finished with a 3-1 record but lost in the tie breaker from going to the semis on Sunday. All in all there was good baseball and good times had by all. The Washington GreenSox beat the Narrows Yankees 8-0 to win the tournament
June 18 Summer Kick-off stand-outs
June 18 FVBC reached the semi-finals and finished third overall in the Summer Kick-off against some good quality teams. The two teams FVBC lost to finished 1-2 overall. Being short manned the kids still gave it their best.
June 11 FVBC overall record 31-8.
June 9 Teams confirmed for Summer Kick-off
Lake Stevens Express
Lake Stevens Lightning
June 4 FVBC overall record now 25-8
May 28 Munroe National Qualifier Rained-out
May 22 Teams confirmed for Munroe National Qualifier
Play To Win Merchants
Seattle Select Renegades
Ryder Showtime Mariners
May 21 Tournament stand-outs
May 21 FVBC finished third in the WestCoast Classic.
Teams confirmed West Coast Classic
North Shore Twins
May 10 FVBC overall record 18-5
May 9 View photos from Pacific Classic Tournament
Link http://www.stevebakerphoto.com Password (coemption)
May 2 Pacific Classic Stand-outs
Matt Gabrick .467
Kyle Olason .500
1st In Division
Pacific Classic............... Spooner Creek..April 29-30
WestCoast Classic............. Langley........May 19-21
Seattle Memorial Day.......... Munroe.........May 27-29
Summer Kick-off............... Lynden.........June 17-18
Big League Experience......... Oliver.........June 23-25
Ronnie Crawford Ridge......... Meadows....... July i-4
All Star Invitational......... Kamloops...... July 7-9
Babe Ruth Provincials......... Trail......... July 17-19
Babe Ruth Regionals........... Oregan........ Aug 4-7
April 26 FVBC overall record so far this year 10-4
April 23 Teams confirmed for Blaine Pacific Classic
Puget Sound Roxx
Congratulations 1st Place
FVBC goes undefeated beating the Issaquah Patriots 4-2 in the final game to win the Early Bird Tournament. FVBC scored 3 runs in the first and cruised the rest of the way on the backs of solid pitching by Carsen Nylund, Trevor Shoemaker and Dylan Tait.
April 2 Please note time change of game thurs 7:00 Parkgate
Gym 8:00 Tues-Tamanawis 6:00 Wed
April 1 Blaine Spring Bash Cancelled Rain!!
March 28 Teams confirmed Blaine Spring Bash
Richmond Red Sox
March 27 Seatac Tournament, The team played well and had a chance to win every game. It took a couple of games to get used to the heavier wooden bats, but by the end they started to crush the ball. It was great experience and most of all it was great fun.
March 27 Seatac Tournament Players of note.
Andy Lin .500
Cam Sitch .500
Ace Ganotisi .500
March 27 Gym tues 8:00 Dug-out 9-10:00 hitting thurs.
March 18 Times for Seatac Woodbat Tourney Posted
March 6 Teams Comfirmed Seattle Wooden Bat
Woodenville Baseball Club
Port Orchard Wolfpack
Lake Tapps Lumberjacks
Welcome to the website of the Fraser Valley Canadians. We are a team of 13-14 year olds, playing the highest level of competition for their age group in the northwest. SEASON
Our season is split into two parts (spring / summer)that follow consectively.During our season we will be playing teams from the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island, the Interior, and the USA. Our schedule includes approximately 10-15 exhibition games, 20 league games and 50-60 tournament games. The summer season consists mostly of tournament play that will hopefully result in a World Series Berth. PROGRAM
The Fraser Valley Canadian's program promotes a club-team atmosphere with an emphasis on skill development, physical fitness, team play, respect for opponents, officials and family, the game, and academics.
Players within our program are expected to train year-round. The caliber of play is very competitive, so to have success at this level,it requires a year-round commitment to skill development and physical training. Contact
For more information about the Fraser Valley Baseball Club program, please contact Manager Herman Stebbe at email@example.com