Dax Wandler has been through a lot to get back onto the baseball field.
After injuring his throwing arm early in the 2019 WCBL season, the Brooks Bombers infielder wasn’t able to get surgery until May 2021.
He’s finally back now and hoping he can get back into the minds of prospective college programs.
Read More Dax is Back
What can we expect from the Brooks Bombers in 2022? We breakdown the roster of the southern Alberta club …
Read More 2022 Season Preview: Brooks Bombers
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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First baseman McCoy Pearce is doing his part to put the “Bomb” in “Bombers” this season.
Making his way to Brooks by way of Kamloops, Kelowna and – more recently – McPherson College in Kansas, the 6-foot-3 batsman has been a consistent performer at the plate through 22 Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) games, leading the team in runs batted in (RBI) with 24, runs (18), hits (35), and home runs (6).
Pearce was recruited to Brooks by Kyle MacKinnon – the head coach for the Bombers and the hitting coach for the McPherson College Bulldogs – along with several of his college teammates.
Read More 7th Inning Stretch: McCoy Pearce
The Brooks Bombers had high expectations for Damian Rodriguez when he arrived from Laredo, TX this summer.
He’s proving everyone right with solid play and even a move in the batting order.
Rodriguez was the latest to answer the tough questions in our series “1 Thru 9.”
Read More 1 Thru 9: Damian Rodriguez