Baseball league looking for new players

Men ages 18 to 35 welcome to come out and join the fun

The Comox Valley Men’s (18-35) Baseball League is looking for a few good men.

How good? League spokesperson Bob Atwood notes all skill levels are welcome, and enthusiasm for the game of hardball is a definite asset. He adds that the league (now in its second year) is looking for lots of good men, not just a few.

There are currently three teams, and Atwood says the goal is to add a fourth team as soon as possible.

Happy’s Source for Sports Reds (3-1), Investors Group Dodgers (2-3) and the A’s (1-2) get together Wednesday and Friday nights (7 p.m.) at Bill Memorial Memorial Park to have some fun.

To get in the game, drop by the ball park and check it out, give Atwood a call at 250-465-9796 or drop by Happy’s and ask for Dallas McDonald.


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