“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.
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“He’s a coach’s dream,” is a phrase that gets thrown around when people discuss hard-working athletes.
But when you hear Kaden Zarowny’s coaches discuss the aspiring professional baseball player, it’s clear that such a description carries zero hyperbole in reference to the Dawgs Academy outfielder.
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There’s a difference between being a thrower and being a pitcher in baseball.
Dawgs Academy product Simon Lusignan admits he was more of a thrower when he arrived in Okotoks a couple of years ago.
But since then, he has improved dramatically, with a few opportunities to pitch on bigger stages.
2021 might be his year, as he is a highly-ranked Canadian prospect for the MLB Draft, while he is also committed to Stetson University.
Read More DeLand of Opportunity
Bennett Freiter’s long drive home to see family is about to be cut in half.
The St. Andrews, Manitoba native has become accustomed to the 1,350 kilometre trek between home and Okotoks while he has been rounding the bases with Dawgs Academy.
Starting in the fall of 2021, the catcher will see his commute distance hacked to 519 kilometres as he continues his education and baseball journeys at North Dakota State University.
Read More Bennett the Bison
The last time we checked in with Andrew Yusypchuk, he was getting ready to celebrate his 17th birthday at the Tournament-12 in Toronto.
A year later, he’s celebrating for another reason.
Soon to be 18, the young right-hander has announced he will be starting his post-secondary baseball journey with the Marshall University Fighting Herd.
We asked him a series of questions about what led up to the announcement and where he plans to go from here.
Read More Herd’s the Word