February 16th will always mean something to Lethbridge’s Landen Bourassa.
In 2019, it was the day his elbow “came apart” while pitching in his first game of the season.
In 2020, it was the day he returned to the University of San Francisco Dons roster after recovering from Tommy John surgery.
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Despite a summer that pretty much didn’t happen weather-wise, the Western Canadian Baseball League is touting it as a success.
Now all eyes are on the future, starting with a 2020 season that will feature two fewer teams.
As league president Kevin Kvame told us, 2021 will also be a season of change with expansion coming to Alberta.
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The Western Canadian Baseball League recently announced their 2019 award winners and all-star teams.
Here’s a look at the people who were recognized for their outstanding achievements in the 12-team WCBL, which calls Alberta and Saskatchewan home.
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One of the harsh realities of any baseball season is that players may not get a chance to finish the campaign and help their teammates when they need them most.
For pitchers at the Major League Baseball (MLB) level, they may have innings limits or be forced to sit out due to injury.
Such is the case for lefty hurler Jaden Griffin, who recently wrapped up his season with the Lethbridge Bulls. He is the subject of our most recent 7th Inning Stretch feature.
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The Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) has unveiled its rosters for the 2019 All Star Game in Edmonton on Sunday, July 7th.
A full list of the Western and Eastern Division squads can be found here, as can a gallery of some of the players who will be representing their respective teams.
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