It ain’t broke, so the Western Canadian Baseball League is fixing to return its All-Star Game to Okotoks next year.
The Dawgs will roll out the red carpet for the best players in the WCBL for a third-straight summer after experiencing massive success in hosting the festivities in both 2022 and 2023.
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WCBL Home Run Derby hopeful Nash Crowell is drawing comparisons to fellow Nova Scotian MLB star Matt Stairs.
Kevin Glew of the Canadian Baseball Network takes a look at the Okotoks Dawgs baseball basher …
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Matt Stairs must feel at home in Alberta.
The former big league slugger, who was at Seaman Stadium in Okotoks for the Western Canadian Baseball League’s All-Star Game, has a brother that lives in Calgary and he his wife, Lisa, were staying with his ex-sister-in-law in Okotoks.
The former Edmonton Trappers star sat down for a chat with Canadian Baseball Network’s Kevin Glew during the festivities.
Read More Stairs Shares Baseball Wisdom
He was the guy you wanted at the plate with the game on the line in the late innings.
In the playoffs.
He was coming in cold and the ice in his veins helped him maintain a cool demeanor in pressure-packed situations.
Canadian Matt Stairs is the quintessential pinch hitter. He has a World Series ring that was earned, in part, from his postseason heroics for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2008. The Fredericton, New Brunswick product is also in the record books for his 23 regular season, pinch-hit home runs.
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