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  • 18
    Mar
    Organization
    Check out ---  Fences by August Wilson - March 19 to April 9 on the Spriet Stage at the Grand Threatre   (recommended by our own Jim Cressman) Set in Pittsburgh in the 1950s and 1960s during the civil rights movement, a former Negro ...
  • 16
    Mar
    Organization
    DKMB will be hosting a Blue Jays Baseball Academy Instructional Clinic on Saturday, May 11 from 9 am to 1 pm at the Delaware Main Diamond.   Participants must pre-register. To register, please visit BLUE JAYS CLINIC
  • 16
    Mar
    Organization
    North London Baseball and the London Tecumsehs Baseball will both be hosting Pitch, Hit and Run competitions in London on Saturday, May 18.   North London is hosting at the North London diamonds on Adelaide St and the London Tecumsehs at ...
  • 21
    Feb
    Organization
    If you are interested in umpiring high school baseball in London and the surrounding area, please contact John Lethbridge at [email protected] 
  • 11
    Feb
    Organization
    You may find links to all of the local associations by visiting the "Links" page at the top of this page.  All local associations have their registration information posted on their own websites.    LDBA does not post individual ...
  • 09
    Sep
    Organization
    Congratulations to the following Mosquito players who will represent LDBA in the 7th Annual Bob Humphries Memorial Tournament on September 14 to 16.   Aiden Head, Byron Weber, Al Woo, Charlie Weir, Hudson Miller, Jack Hansen, Jack Potts, ...
  • 21
    Nov
    Organization
    Carson Lumley of the London Badgers organization and Diane Wakefield of St. Thomas Minor Baseball were recognized at the Baseball Ontario Annual General Meeting this past weekend. Carson Lumley was awarded the "Player of the Year, PeeWee & Down" ...
  • 06
    Jun
    Organization
    It is extremely dangerous to be outdoors when you hear thunder.  Coaches, players, umpires and parents should immediately seek shelter within a building if possible.  If no building is available, go to a car or truck or other hardtop ...
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