Let’s be honest. We know we will be watching more than just five players.
But with the baseball season fast-approaching, we thought it would be fun to gaze into our crystal baseball.
One undeniable conclusion: there will be no shortage of storylines heading into 2020 from the professional ranks right down to the community ball parks in Alberta.
Read More 5 Players We’re Watching in 2020
There is no shortage of topics of discussion for baseball officials heading into 2020.
The game’s growth has been front and centre as we see more talent make their way to higher levels, but enrollment, training and coaching will also be on their radar.
We chatted with Baseball Alberta’s Darren Dekinder recently for his analysis of 2019 and what’s to come in the new year.
Read More State of Alberta’s Game 2019
‘Tis the season for year-end and decade-end lists.
We decided to put a different spin on those lists with a roster of Alberta’s baseball talent to suit up between 2010 and 2019.
From an MLB phenom to college stars to women’s national team stalwarts, take a look at who we think deserves recognition for their performances.
Read More Alberta’s All-Decade Squad
Edmonton’s Erik Sabrowski was on the right path to professional baseball.
After lighting it up with the Edmonton Prospects and Cloud County Community College, he was drafted by the San Diego Padres in 2018.
But shortly after reporting to the Padres in Arizona, the left-hander learned he would need Tommy John surgery.
We caught up with Sabrowski to walk through the recovery and what’s next on his journey back to baseball.
Read More Road To Recovery
The rivalry between the Edmonton Prospects and Okotoks Dawgs once again hit a fever pitch in the playoffs.
The Prospects have taken full advantage of the “underdog” tag and one player happy to indulge on social media was Mat Brisson.
The right-hander sat down earlier this season to dish on everything for “1 Thru 9.”
Read More 1 Thru 9: Mat Brisson