‘Tis the season for year-end and decade-end lists.
We decided to put a different spin on those lists with a roster of Alberta’s baseball talent to suit up between 2010 and 2019.
From an MLB phenom to college stars to women’s national team stalwarts, take a look at who we think deserves recognition for their performances.
Read More Alberta’s All-Decade Squad
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.
Read More 2020 Vision
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.
Read More 2019 WCBL Award Winners
Matt Lloyd admits he waited a lot longer to get into professional baseball than he had hoped.
After finally getting drafted by the Cincinnati Reds this summer and spending time in Billings and Dayton, his eyes are now set on making up for lost time.
Now into his first offseason as a pro, we caught up with Lloyd to talk about the highs and lows of the last few months.
Read More Queen City Dreams
Cole MacLaren admits he didn’t know if his baseball career was going to continue after he graduated from the University of Pittsburgh.
But during his brother’s high school graduation, the Dawgs Academy grad got a phone call that changed his life.
And this summer, MacLaren made his professional debut with the Detroit Tigers organization as undrafted free agent.
Read More Eye of the Tiger