The success stories of baseball in Alberta have been well-documented.
From Mike Soroka and Erik Sabrowski to Nicole Luchanski and Madison Willan, baseball has been top of mind for many.
But as Baseball Alberta’s Darren Dekinder tells us, you can trace a lot of the success back to the grassroots.
Read More State of Alberta’s Game
It has been 17 years since an Alberta team represented Canada at the Little League World Series.
The Calgary West squad was the first since 1977 to take Canada to South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
As everyone watched this year’s edition, we caught up with two members of that squad to reminisce about that tournament.
Read More Trip Down LLWS Memory Lane
Just about a year into its existence, the Alberta bureau of Prep Baseball Report is making strides in building up a “robust profile” on some of the province’s young baseball talent.
Former Lethbridge Bulls pitcher Andrew Maclean sat down with us to talk about what he’s looking for, what he’s seeing and what we should be seeing out of the baseball scene in Alberta over the next few years.
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Taylor Roberge will get to play in the stadium that he considers to be the “nicest field” he’s played on.
The trouble: the Calgary native will be suiting up for the enemy.
The Dinos hurler took a few minutes before the Alberta trip to answer our questions for “1 Thru 9.”
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They call it a “dream come true.” Four Alberta umpires have received letters to represent Canada at major Little League tournaments in the United States, including the Little League World Series.
Read More Getting the Call