It’s been a tough week for Western Canadian Baseball League hitters.
Reese Devlin and Travis Cole combined for a no-hitter with the Fort McMurray Giants, while Izaiah Ayala hurled a no-no for the Swift Current 57s.
Earlier this season, Ty Boudreau didn’t allow a hit with the Sylvan Lake Gulls.
Read More No-Hitters, No Problem
It’s rare to find Sean Dunn without a smile on his face.
The young Fort McMurray native is soaking in the moments while playing for his hometown Western Canadian Baseball League team.
The Giants hurler “definitely got the chills” pitching in the Canada Day 2022 home game.
Read More Getting the Job Dunn
The Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) is spurring millions of dollars in stadium construction and baseball facilities.
The building is helping to grow the game and create a legacy for baseball in Canada.
Read More Building Baseball
The Western Canadian Baseball League is back in Fort Mac.
After a two-year absence because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Northern Alberta community is welcoming the return of WCBL action in 2022.
The team is hoping this will be the year they take the next step towards a championship title.
Read More 2022 Season Preview: Fort McMurray Giants
It will come as no surprise that the developments around COVID-19 will continue to dominate the sports headlines in the months ahead.
But assuming we can have a normal(ish) summer, what other storylines should we be watching?
We take out our crystal ball to look at the five stories that we expect will have local, provincial and national implications.
Read More Five Storylines We’re Watching in 2022