The only drama that Soren Graversen wants to hear about from here on out is baseball-related, like coming up to bat in the bottom of the ninth with bases loaded in a tied game.
The 21-year junior at William Penn University has been a major offensive threat this spring and, more importantly, he’s having fun on the field again after dealing with drama earlier in his college career.
We chatted with him about that and more in a recent Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast.
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He might not be the biggest player, but Ryan Ludwig has been making his presence felt on baseball fields across North America for a few years now.
His efforts have been rewarded, as the 5’7″, 150-pound catcher is getting himself ready for the fall and his expected debut with Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey.
We chatted with him about his commitment and much more in a recent episode of Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast.
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They are sending stitched orbs into outer space and painting corners.
No, they’re not NASA scientists or artists.
We’re talking about Alberta’s baseball players who are lacing up their cleats for college teams in the United States.
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It’s back. Spring training for Major League Baseball (MLB) has cranked up again and college baseball south of the border is in full swing.
It feels really good to type those words. And to show some love to those from our province taking part, we wanted to highlight some of their accomplishments.
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There’s only one Okotoks Dawgs and Dawgs Academy team left for Connor Crowson to play on.
That’s the Western Canadian Baseball League Dawgs.
The Okotoks slugger has progressed through every team the Academy has to offer and is now knocking on the college team’s door after committing to Bossier Parish Community Collge.
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