Masters men’s baseball league meeting March 12

Spring training is just around the corner with new players welcome

The Komoux Masters Real Baseball League is holding their annual start-up meeting on March 12 at 7 p.m. in the Investors Group office in Courtenay.

The masters men’s league plays out of Highland, with games during the week and also on Sunday.

KMRBL president Jake Plante notes spring training is right around the corner. “(We’ll) be starting at the Highland field in late March, dates to follow. If you are 35 or over and would like to play baseball this league may be for you,” said Plante.

Registration forms can be picked up at Happy’s Source for Sports in Courtenay.  Registration forms are for new players only. New players must show up to a minimum of three spring training practices so managers can see you play.

“The draft will be held at the end of spring training. Players must be drafted, no one can walk on to a team. See you on the diamond,” said Plante.

– Komoux Masters Real Baseball League

 

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