After years of rumours and discussion around the building of a new fieldhouse in Calgary, it’s time for council to move ahead with it instead of getting another committee to study it.
And as Joe McFarland writes, let’s also finally demolish the underutilized eyesore that has become Foothills Stadium.
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When Brett Platts was 20 years old, he set a goal of making it to the big leagues by the time he was 25.
While the Prince Edward Island product’s on-field career had come to an end, he was forging a new path in strength and conditioning.
After a stint with Iowa University and the Texas Rangers’ program in the Dominican Republic, the Dawgs Academy grad is heading to the Texas Rangers’ Single-A affiliate, the Down East Wood Ducks.
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Matt Lloyd vividly remembers how his 2022 baseball season came to an unexpected end.
The Calgary native was patrolling first base for the Chattanooga Lookouts in a May 3 game against Rocket City, when a hard-hit ball was relayed back to him.
Trying to simultaneously catch the ball and dive and tag the runner, he felt a pop, that led to a surgery and lengthy rehabilitation.
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Alberta’s collegiate athletes provided baseball fans with a plethora of memories in 2022.
From record-breaking performances to breath-taking pitching outings, the list of accomplishments is something to be proud of for everyone involved.
We take a look back at those performances and name our 2022 ADS All-College Team here.
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Michael Yusypchuk is already turning into one of the most-heralded young Alberta prospects heading into the 2024 MLB Draft.
The 16-year-old St. Albert Minor Baseball Association product added to his legacy this summer by throwing a no-hitter during the 2022 Canada Summer Games.
He hopes to continue his dominance as he heads to Dawgs Academy and, eventually, Missouri State University.
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