Ayden Makarus knew he was going to a powerhouse when he joined LSU-Eunice in 2020.
Little did he know, the Bengals’ quest to win their seventh NJCAA Division II championship since 2006 would face hurdles along the way.
With fellow Dawgs Academy grad Jackson Fraser, Makarus finally got to taste a title this spring.
Read More Bengal Brothers
This chapter of Box Score Beauties provides a glimpse of some of the achievements of Alberta-born and trained baseball players who are excelling south of the border …
Read More Box Score Beauties: April 2021
They are sending stitched orbs into outer space and painting corners.
No, they’re not NASA scientists or artists.
We’re talking about Alberta’s baseball players who are lacing up their cleats for college teams in the United States.
Read More Box Score Beauties: March 2021
“Unparalleled” is a word used far too often when describing 2020.
But when you look at some of the performances being put together by Alberta’s baseball products at US colleges, the year was actually setting up to be one of the best.
We take a look back at some of those highlights by naming an All-Alberta team for 2020.
Read More 2020 ADS All-College Team
Ayden Makarus wanted to be a goalie in hockey.
But his father made him a deal that if he played baseball, he could be a catcher.
Now the Airdrie, Alberta native is taking his game to a whole new level with Baseball Canada’s Junior National Team at Spring Training in Florida.
Read More Framing Up in Florida