Baseball cards were a big deal in the late-80s and early-90s.
Not only were they a hit in Major League Baseball, but they were also huge on the minor league circuits.
Here’s a second set of 1988 Calgary Cannons cards with a few of the stories of the players who graced the cardboard collectibles.
Read More In The Cards: ’88 Calgary Cannons
Jim Abbott has served as inspiration in the baseball world for decades.
Born without a right hand, he persevered to become a college, Olympic and MLB pitcher who threw a no-hitter for the New York Yankees in 1993.
Abbott once again inspired fans with an improbable comeback in 1998 that included five appearances with the Calgary Cannons.
Read More Reinventing the Abbott
This edition of In The Cards takes a look at the star-studded set featuring the best players from the Calgary Cannons …
Read More In The Cards: All-Time Calgary Cannons
These are the stories that former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher Keith Comstock shares.
They are pranks, oddities and, “Did that really happen?” moments.
They include remembrances of loss; analysis of pain, both real and simulated; and eyewitness accounts that twist the ears of baseball fans.
Read More The Nutcracker
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