As the baseball season winds to a close, we take a look back at some of the top performances by Alberta athletes in US College programs.
It’s our second annual “All-College Team”, where we have gone through stats reports and boxscores to find the top performers at each position.
Some are newcomers, while others were on the team last year. All are worthy candidates to be celebrated for their achievements in 2021.
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A look back at the first pro season of Sid Fernandez, who won a World Series with the New York Mets in 1986.
Fernandez got his start in the Pioneer League with the Lethbridge Dodgers …
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He wasn’t expecting the call.
But when St. Albert’s Max Hartman picked up his phone to hear Baseball Canada head coach Greg Hamilton’s voice, he was over the moon.
The outfielder took a moment to chat with us about representing Canada the 18U Friendship Series against the US and getting to do it with a few Dawgs Academy teammates.
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Happy birthday Junior Felix!
Err … happy belated birthday?! Or is it tomorrow?
As elusive as he was on the base paths at times during his playing career, the actual date of birth of Junior Francisco Felix Sanchez also proved hard to run down.
His official birthday is listed as October 3rd, 1967, but it was long suspected that the outfielder from Laguna Salada in the Dominican Republic was much older than that date would suggest.
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Remembering Tony Womack’s time with the Calgary Cannons and how it prepared him for baseball’s biggest stage during the 2001 World Series.
Read More Born to Run