The 2022 baseball season is officially underway.
Scouring the rosters of all Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball teams, there is certainly no shortage of connections to Alberta on the field.
We’ve compiled a list of players who were born here, trained here or played here with the Western Canadian Baseball League.
Read More Alberta’s 2022 Pro Connections
It all started at the tables of Calgary pubs as conversations about baseball’s days of yore in Alberta.
The Expos, Dodgers, Blue Jays, Trappers and Cannons featuring names like Dawson, Sax, Moseby, Valenzuela and Edgar.
Here we are, five years later since the start of Alberta Dugout Stories. We’re here to say thank YOU for your tremendous support.
Read More EDITORIAL: Five Years Later
Canada has a growing list of recognizable baseball families.
The Quantrills. Naylors. Pompeys. Toros.
As Matt Betts of Canadian Baseball Network tells us, the Vulcanos are hoping to make their family a household name as they forge their own path in baseball.
Read More The Brothers Vulcano
Tucker Zdunich is all about “intent.”
Everything he does is with the intent of making himself a better baseball player, and that mindset is paying off for the High River native and Dawgs Academy alum.
After a stellar start to his college career with Colby Community College, Zdunich is continuing his torrid pace with Reinhardt University.
Read More Flying High
The Wheatley family tree has deep Canadiana roots.
From Glace Bay, N.S. to Cape Breton, to Edmonton to Iowa and next fall to Georgia.
Canadian Baseball Network’s Bob Elliott takes a look at the next generation of Wheatley, Jack, who has committed to Liberty University.
Read More All In The (Wheatley) Family