It all started at the tables of Calgary pubs as conversations about baseball’s days of yore in Alberta.
The Expos, Dodgers, Blue Jays, Trappers and Cannons featuring names like Dawson, Sax, Moseby, Valenzuela and Edgar.
Here we are, five years later since the start of Alberta Dugout Stories. We’re here to say thank YOU for your tremendous support.
Read More EDITORIAL: Five Years Later
The road to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame can sometimes go through some unexpected places. For Oakland native Lloyd Moseby, it might have felt like an episode of “The Amazing Race” on his way to Medicine Hat.
Read More Helicopters, Cows, Horses and the Hall of Fame
We look back at the anniversary of a record-setting night in Medicine Hat, where the hometown Blue Jays outlasted the Great Falls Dodgers in a game that had a football score and kept baseball fans talking for years.
Read More Slugfest on the South Saskatchewan
When you talk about baseball in Medicine Hat, the memories of having the Toronto Blue Jays’ Pioneer League affiliate obviously come to mind. The likes of Lloyd Moseby, Jimmy Key, Pat Borders, David Wells, Chris Carpenter and a host of other future MLBers is more than enough for locals to wax poetic about the “good ol’ days.”
Yet, the Blue Jays weren’t the first big league ball club to start sending youngsters to The Gas City.
Read More A’s for Effort