The second season of Calgary Cannons baseball at Foothills Stadium featured some good talent.
But the team couldn’t replicate the success they had their first year.
The baseball cards created for them, however, allow fans to reminisce about some of the future MLB players who donned the red, yellow and white.
Read More In The Cards: 1986 Calgary Cannons
Heartbreak is one of the many emotions that are conjured up when Calgary Cannons fans think back to 1991.
Many will wax nostalgic about the talent and promise on the team, that was the gateway to pro baseball for many.
But heartbreak also comes to mind as they think about how close the team was to winning it all.
We take a trip down that memory lane in the new In The Cards.
Read More In The Cards: 1991 Calgary Cannons
We’re not sure why, but banana yellow seemed to be a go-to colour for baseball cards in 1991.
Not only was it the hue for the MLB Fleer set, but it was also featured in the ProCards minor league set.
We sort through the Medicine Hat Blue Jays set and some of the stories of the players from that squad.
Read More In The Cards: 1991 Medicine Hat Blue Jays
As a team, the Edmonton Trappers didn’t accomplish a great deal in 1986.
The Triple-A Pacific Coast League (PCL) squad went 68-73 in front of 229,682 fans at John Ducey Park that season, falling short of a postseason berth.
That said, the primary purpose of minor-league baseball teams has never been about winning championships. Player development and converting young athletes into Major League Baseball (MLB) talent has always been the underlying goal of these feeder squads. In that regard, this Trappers team had plenty of success stories.
Read More In The Cards: 1986 Edmonton Trappers
There was a lot of hope in 1985 surrounding the newly-created Calgary Cannons.
The Pacific Coast League affiliate of the Seattle Mariners had just moved in from Salt Lake City and were hoping to improve on their semi-final appearance with much of the roster still in tact.
We take a look at some of those players on that roster with the baseball card set featuring 25 members of that inaugural version of the Cannons.
Read More In The Cards: 1985 Calgary Cannons