Michael Yusypchuk is already turning into one of the most-heralded young Alberta prospects heading into the 2024 MLB Draft.
The 16-year-old St. Albert Minor Baseball Association product added to his legacy this summer by throwing a no-hitter during the 2022 Canada Summer Games.
He hopes to continue his dominance as he heads to Dawgs Academy and, eventually, Missouri State University.
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Clayton Loranger had a summer to remember with his hometown Edmonton Riverhawks.
Ranking amongst the league leaders in several offensive categories, he was named a West Coast League First Team All-Star.
The Sherwood Park product also took it upon himself to be a community leader in the organization’s inaugural season.
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Eric Hartman has etched his name in the Canada Summer Games record books.
The St. Albert product and Dawgs Academy infielder hit a grand slam against Quebec during the Games to set the mark for runs batted in during one tournament.
Canadian Baseball Network’s Kevin Glew has the story.
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He is Alberta’s Big Maple.
It’s a fitting nickname for Okotoks Dawgs ace Graham Brunner, who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 225 pounds.
Canadian Baseball Network writer Kevin Glew has more on the Okotoks Dawgs southpaw, who will be making an appearance at the WCBL All-Star Game.
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It’s been a tough week for Western Canadian Baseball League hitters.
Reese Devlin and Travis Cole combined for a no-hitter with the Fort McMurray Giants, while Izaiah Ayala hurled a no-no for the Swift Current 57s.
Earlier this season, Ty Boudreau didn’t allow a hit with the Sylvan Lake Gulls.
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