“I want to be a first-team All-American. And I want to get drafted in the top ten rounds. Those are really my only two goals.”
Former Okotoks Dawgs utilityman Matt Lloyd wants to put 2018 behind him and has his sights set on proving why teams shouldn’t have overlooked him in the MLB Draft.
Here’s the Q&A from our conversation with him for Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast.
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After two swings at the MLB Draft in 2016 and 2017, Calgary’s Clayton Keyes is hoping a team will throw another pitch his way.
Ranked as the fifth-best draft-eligible Canuck by the Canadian Baseball Network, the Dawgs Academy product is off to a hot start with Central Arizona College.
During a recent rainout, we caught up with him for an Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast interview.
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St. Albert’s Jackson Wark has always dreamed about playing college baseball.
And while he may be one of the top-ranked draft-eligible players from Canada, right now he’s focused on bringing success to his Saint Louis University Billikens.
We chatted with him for a recent episode of Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast and here’s that exchange.
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Some might have found he deserved to be on everyone’s radar a lot sooner.
But with winning Baseball Alberta’s Midget AAA Player of the Year award, Calgary’s Ben Prediger is turning heads.
As it turns out, the family name is synonymous with sports.
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With the summer season behind them, many Alberta baseball players have headed south for a year of college play in the United States.
While these athletes are settling in – hitting the books, spending time at the gym and running around the ball diamonds for practices and exhibition play, as the weather permits – we thought this was a good time to look back at the footprint of Alberta players who attended American colleges and universities during the 2018 season.
Read More Head of the Class: Summary of 2018 Alberta College Players