Aldergrove's youth baseball teams lined up for the official opening ceremonies of Aldergrove baseball's new season

Boys and Girls of Summer back in Aldergrove Fields of Dreams

Aldergrove's youth baseball teams lined up for the official opening ceremonies of Aldergrove baseball's new season, Saturday, April 5

Aldergrove’s youth baseball teams lined up for the official opening ceremonies of Aldergrove baseball’s new season, Saturday, April 5 at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

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Aldergrove Sox’s Brenden Tujfli (in black) tags out Aldergrove Braves’ Eric Kyle in peewee A baseball action, Saturday, April 5 at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

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Aldergrove Reds’ Aoki Fukihiko runs for the base in midget baseball versus Abbotsford Cards, Saturday, April 5 at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

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