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Angels in the Infield

Ultimately, nothing could stop Tanner Craswell and Mitch MacLean from having a lasting impact at the ballpark. 

Six years after the former Lethbridge Bulls’ infielders were gunned down – along with Tabitha Stepple – in a senseless murder-suicide in Claresholm, the baseball-loving duo are still making their mark on the game. 

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The Howse Rules

His name comes from a legendary Montreal Canadiens’ goaltender, and his brother was once a highly touted Flames’ prospect.

But Dryden Howse is all baseball.

We caught up with Alberta’s 2017 Bantam AAA Player of the Year.

Find out what he had to say.

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The Thrill of the Grass

If Major League Baseball ever wanted the ultimate advertisement for its product it could be found in this year’s edition of the postseason.

For those of us lucky enough to be watching it was truly a thrill.

Fans also may have noticed that the game has changed … and changed for the better.

Old school has given way to the new school and the unwritten rules are being rewritten.

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The Golden Bret with the Silver Bat

Bret Boone always played like he had something to prove.

He had to prove that he wasn’t riding his family’s coattails to the big leagues. He had to prove that he belonged in Major League Baseball. And he had to prove that he was just as useful in the field as he was at the plate.

From his time as an All Star with the Calgary Cannons to his Gold Glove days in the majors, find out what Boone has to say …

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Pitcher Perfect

He was a tireless workhorse who could wear out his coaches just as easily as he did opposing batters. 

Two-time Cy Young award winner Roy Halladay – who died in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday – made relentless preparation a hallmark of his all-star career, according to a former coach.

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