As far as rosters go, the 1993 edition of Calgary’s Triple-A squad was not the best that the Cannons had to offer the Stampede city.
However, they did offer up a new look with some pinstripes.
Take a look back at the roster and the uniforms in our latest In The Cards.
Read More In The Cards: 1993 Calgary Cannons
It’s a funny thing.
This series is called “In The Cards”, which would lead you to believe that the main stories of a particular season are reflected in the cardboard collectibles on display.
However, the 1994 Calgary Cannons team set might be better known for the players not in it, like Alex Rodriguez and Darren Bragg.
Read More In The Cards: 1994 Calgary Cannons
Year two of Edmonton Trapper baseball offered up the team’s first superstar.
Learn more about him and his teammates in the latest edition of In The Cards …
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Baseball cards were a big deal in the late-80s and early-90s.
Not only were they a hit in Major League Baseball, but they were also huge on the minor league circuits.
Here’s a second set of 1988 Calgary Cannons cards with a few of the stories of the players who graced the cardboard collectibles.
Read More In The Cards: ’88 Calgary Cannons
The Edmonton Trappers of the mid-1990s were a team in transition.
The 1994 club was awaiting the arrival of a new ballpark (Telus Field replaced John Ducey Park the following year), and more success on the diamond. The back-to-back Pacific Coast League (PCL) titles didn’t take place until 1996-97 …
Read More In The Cards: 1994 Edmonton Trappers
This edition of In The Cards examines the 1989 Edmonton Trappers ProCards set.
It’s a set of baseball cards that’s missing some big names, but it also highlights a master class of coaches …
Read More In The Cards: 1989 Edmonton Trappers
A new ballpark, a new manager and a fresh crop of prospects made the 1995 Edmonton Trappers a popular part of Alberta’s sports scene.
Learn more in this edition of In The Cards …
Read More In The Cards: 1995 Edmonton Trappers
It’s difficult to measure where exactly the 1992 Medicine Hat Blue Jays rank on the lollygagger scale of professional baseball teams.
They weren’t quite as abysmal as the1988 edition of the ball club, but these Baby Jays were seemingly immune to winning.
Learn more in our latest edition of In The Cards …
Read More In The Cards: 1992 Medicine Hat Blue Jays
After making it to the Pacific Coast League championship in 1991, the Calgary Cannons were hoping a few familiar faces would help them make another run.
And while players like Bret Boone, Rich Amaral and Mike Blowers proved to be steady hands, they weren’t able to get the team back into the playoffs.
We take a look back at the team through the set of 1992 Fleer ProCards in our latest In The Cards.
Read More In The Cards: 1992 Calgary Cannons
It was one of the finest seasons the Calgary Cannons experienced in their 18-year history.
They turned in a franchise-best record of 84 wins and 57 losses on their way to first place in the Northern Division and an appearance in the Pacific Coast League (PCL) championship.
But sadly, it wasn’t enough …
Read More In The Cards: 1987 Calgary Cannons