As Eric Hartman roams centre field at the Rogers Centre this week at the Canadian Futures Showcase, he’s continuing a family legacy started four years ago by his older brother Max.
The St. Albert Minor Baseball Association and Dawgs Academy product is coming off helping the Okotoks Dawgs win their seventh WCBL championship, and is looking forward to joining his sibling at Washington State University in 2024.
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The relationship between Dawgs Academy and Oregon State has always been strong.
The two programs took it to another level in September 2023 as the Beavers visited Okotoks for a nine-day mini-camp.
We take a look back at some of the action through the lens of our Ian Wilson.
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He’s the youngest player at the Canadian Futures Showcase.
Calgary product and Dawgs Academy prospect Colton Ullyett-French is part of the Class of 2027.
As Trevor Fitzpatrick reports, the 6-foot-3, 210-pound utilityman is hoping to make his presence felt.
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The Okotoks Dawgs Academy has announced a “monumental partnership” with Oregon State University (OSU) that will see the Beavers travel to southern Alberta for a fall training camp at the Seaman Stadium complex.
The Beavers have an accomplished National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I baseball program that won 2006, 2007 and 2018 College World Series titles. OSU has made a total of seven College World Series appearances and claimed 26 conference championships.
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John Ircandia and William Gardner admit that when Seaman Stadium was first being developed, they never thought it would expand to where it is today.
The home of the Okotoks Dawgs has become a well-known facility across North America, most recently recognized as the Best of the Ballparks – Summer Collegiate by Ballpark Digest.
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