A total of 17 Canadians were chosen in the 2021 MLB Draft.
While none hailed from Alberta, several trained here or have connections to this province.
We run down those connections and highlight some of their accomplishments.
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Former Okotoks Dawgs swingman Andrew Kittredge has been added to the 2021 American League All-Star roster.
Read More Kittredge Named MLB All-Star
Catcher Noah Or is like your favourite playlist right now … he’s offering up all the hits.
Through nine games in the Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL), the Richmond, British Columbia native is leading the pack in batting average (.486), and on-base percentage (.568). His 15 runs, 17 hits and nine runs batted in (RBI) are also near the top of the leaderboard.
Get to know Or a bit better in our latest edition of THREE UP, THREE DOWN …
Read More 3 UP, 3 DOWN WITH NOAH OR
It feels like we’ve been running the bases for a while now.
We’ve been caught in some rundowns, and have been desperate to stay safe for what feels like an eternity.
But with Alberta entering Phase 3 of its “Open For Summer” plan, Canada Day baseball provided a little more reason to celebrate as we rounded third and it felt like we made it home.
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When he watched Sesame Street as a kid, Matt Wilkinson most certainly must have been a big fan of the letter K.
Early in this Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) season, Kermit the Frog would be proud because the southpaw pitcher has produced a lot of Ks and he sits among the circuit’s strikeout leaders.
Get to know Wilkinson a bit better in our latest edition of Three Up, Three Down …
Read More 3 UP, 3 DOWN WITH MATT WILKINSON