Far away from home, 17-year-old Guillermo Quiroz arrived in Medicine Hat in 1999 to play for the Blue Jays.
What later transpired was a 17-year pro career with a lot of stops and stories.
He recently shared some of them in an episode of the ADS Podcast.
Read More The Road Warrior
Vauxhall is known as the “Potato Capital of the West.”
But after more than a decade in operation, the Vauxhall Academy of Baseball is giving the town another reason to be put on the map.
This is our second installment of our “1 Thru 9” academy profiles.
Read More 1 Thru 9: Vauxhall Academy
It’s hard to imagine calling Kelsey Lalor a “veteran.” She is only 20, after all.
Yet, her resume is an impressive one, including being named to the All World Team after this summer’s Women’s Baseball World Cup.
The Red Deer native finished off the year by being named the top women’s player in Alberta.
Read More Act of Lalor
It’s about time we took you to school.
More specifically, we’re going to invite you to take a closer look at some of the baseball academies operating across Alberta.
This summer we debuted a feature called “1 Thru 9” that allowed our readers to get to know some of the players who were taking the field at ballparks throughout the province.
We’re applying that same 9-question format to the baseball academies in Alberta. Our first stop is in Okotoks, where the Dawgs Academy has been molding student athletes for years.
Read More 1 Thru 9: Dawgs Academy
Some might have found he deserved to be on everyone’s radar a lot sooner.
But with winning Baseball Alberta’s Midget AAA Player of the Year award, Calgary’s Ben Prediger is turning heads.
As it turns out, the family name is synonymous with sports.
Read More All In The Family