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Episode 190: Tyrelle Chadwick Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast

This week, we take a look back at a great accomplishment by Dawgs Academyโ€™s 18U Black squad. They headed south of the border for a few tournaments over the summer, including the Perfect Game World Series in West Palm Beach, Florida. After going 3-1-1 in the round-robin, the Dawgs didnโ€™t turn back, beating NEB National 4-2 in the final. Dawgs starter Tyrelle Chadwick, who picked up the win in the final with a 3-hit, 3-walk, 5-strikeout in six-plus inning performance, was named the tournamentโ€™s Most Valuable Pitcher. While heโ€™s only 19, he already has experience in summer college ball with the Dawgs Black WCBL squad in 2021 and then his hometown Kamloops NorthPaws for a few games before coming back to the Academy this summer. An Illinois State recruit, heโ€™s also the son of former Edmonton Trappers and California Angels pitcher and current TRU Wolfpack head coach Ray Chadwick. We caught up with the promising young right-hander to talk about his baseball journey, winning the Perfect Game tournament and what heโ€™d like to one day accomplish.ย 
  1. Episode 190: Tyrelle Chadwick
  2. Episode 189: Drafted – Gavin Logan
  3. Episode 188: WCBL All-Star Game Spectacular
  4. Episode 187: Drafted – Matt Coutney
  5. Episode 186: Nathan Stark

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Want to hear more about the ADS story and how it all began? Check out this chat with Jim Claggett of Armchair Sports.