The Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) has announced plans to soldier on with a 2021 season that will feature all-Canadian lineups for the first time in the summer collegiate circuit’s history.
Facing uncertainty over a number of COVID-19 pandemic issues – including health restrictions that will likely impact attendance and game-day activities, as well as unease about the timeline for the reopening of the Canada-U.S. border – the WCBL has made a number of significant changes for this year’s season.
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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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To celebrate the season, we present to you a baseball-themed rendition of “‘Twas The Night Before Christmas.”
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Those dark clouds hovering over the baseball world don’t seem to be going anywhere. What started as a bleak-looking rain delay graduated to postponed games, and we are now in a phase where many cancelled contests won’t ever be played.
What’s lost may never be found.
One of the latest casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic is the Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL), a summer collegiate circuit previously known as the Western Major Baseball League with historical roots dating back to the 1930s.
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Every athlete has a number of questions they ask themselves before they decide on the route they want to take next in their journey.
For Lethbridge’s Levi Abbott, he had three key criteria on the school he wanted to go to.
In the end, the Vauxhall Academy of Baseball pitcher decided on Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y.
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