Getting the Job Dunn

It’s rare to find Sean Dunn without a smile on his face.

The young Fort McMurray native is soaking in the moments while playing for his hometown Western Canadian Baseball League team.

The Giants hurler “definitely got the chills” pitching in the Canada Day 2022 home game.

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Dax is Back

Dax Wandler has been through a lot to get back onto the baseball field.

After injuring his throwing arm early in the 2019 WCBL season, the Brooks Bombers infielder wasn’t able to get surgery until May 2021.

He’s finally back now and hoping he can get back into the minds of prospective college programs.

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Work of Art

Brendan Luther wouldn’t mind winning a few more championships.

He was a big contributor to the Okanagan College Coyotes’ championship run in the Canadian College Baseball Conference this spring.

And now the star infielder has his sights set on replicating that feat in the Western Canadian Baseball League with the Okotoks Dawgs.

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Jurassic Park

After years as a player with the University of Calgary Dinos, Cam Williams finally got to take to the field as the team’s coach this spring.

Always smiling, the 25-year-old is excited about the prospects of building up the program’s reputation.

He would also like to create some continuity in the program still aiming for its first Canadian Collegiate Baseball Conference crown.

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Let ‘Em Fly

Jake Lanferman is hoping to become a coach like the ones he was coached by.

Go down the list: Sheen Bromley, Ray Brown, Taylor Burns, Chris Pritchett, Jason Chatwood.

The Sherwood Park native is using their collective influence to carve out his own journey as the coach of the Edmonton Collegiate Hawks.

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