Registration numbers are up for Fort Saskatchewan Minor Baseball.
Last year, 360 players were signed up for ball and this spring they have reached 400 players.
This season, Fort Saskatchewan Minor Baseball will put 35 house-league teams and seven rep teams teams on the diamond.
"The program is really growing and developing," said Heather Verhoeven, public relations coordinator with Fort Sask Minor Baseball.
House-league in the Fort will feature 12 T-ball teams, 12 rookie teams, six mosquito, four peewee and one midget team.
Verhoeven added that numbers continue to increase with the popularity of Toronto Blue Jay success in the past few seasons.
Registration is closed for this year but they are still looking for coaches before the season starts in May.

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