It will come as no surprise that the developments around COVID-19 will continue to dominate the sports headlines in the months ahead.
But assuming we can have a normal(ish) summer, what other storylines should we be watching?
We take out our crystal ball to look at the five stories that we expect will have local, provincial and national implications.
Read More Five Storylines We’re Watching in 2022
“You have to stick with it, even when things don’t go your way.”
While Edmonton’s Chas Wheatley might be offering that advice to young baseball players, it’s hard not to think he has uttered those words to himself occasionally over the last few years.
The University of Iowa pitcher has seen more than his fair share of adversity while chasing his baseball dreams.
Read More Chas-ing Glory
“Definitely the best birthday I’ve ever had.”
Bryce Oriold-Fraser turned 23 on the night his Lethbridge Bulls clinched the Western Canadian Baseball League championship. He was also named the WCBL Playoff MVP after two great appearances on the mound.
We take a look back at the Bulls’ journey to the final and the aftermath of winning it all.
Read More Running of the Bulls
Not everyone was able to comprehend what transpired at Pogadl Park in Sylvan Lake on August 15th.
Even some of the players weren’t aware that Evan Wilde, Brett Higgins and Zane Pollen had combined to throw a no-hitter in a 9-0 win over the Lethbridge Bulls.
It was the first no-hitter in the WCBL since 2019, but also had some mystery for many in attendance.
Read More No Flocking Way
With two-way star Shohei Ohtani making headlines in the baseball world, he is proving to be an inspiration for others who want to hit and pitch.
Saskatchewan’s Tyler McWillie has been fantastic this season with the Sylvan Lake Gulls.
The Dawgs Academy grad joined us recently to answer six big questions for 3 UP, 3 DOWN!
Read More 3 UP, 3 DOWN WITH TYLER MCWILLIE