Ellie Jespersen’s 2019 season can be summed up in one word: incredible.
After pacing Alberta at the national championships in Okotoks, the 16-year-old was named to Baseball Canada’s National Women’s Team, contributing in major ways.
She put the wraps on the year by being named to two major Baseball Alberta awards in November.
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The Toronto Blue Jays will need to bring a few surprises to the ballpark if they hope to be competitive next season.
Enter Ryan Borucki.
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What a year it was for Donovan Wallace.
The Northern Lights Baseball Academy hurler’s squad took home a trio of medals over the summer, including a provincial championship.
He put the wraps on the season by being named the Baseball Alberta U18 ‘AAA’ Player of the Year.
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It has been nearly 15 years since Central Alberta said “goodbye” to the Red Deer Generals.
Many questions have lingered over the years as to whether college-level baseball would ever return.
Those same fans now have their answer, as they will be saying “hello” to a Western Canadian Baseball League team in Sylvan Lake in 2021.
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The air has been cleared over the direction of the Brooks Bombers.
After months of speculation and rumours, the Western Canadian Baseball League approved the sale of the team to the community.
With the new structure in place, team president and Brooks Regional Ballpark Association chairperson Jason Thomasen says the real work is now underway to put a quality product on and off the field.
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