The Medicine Hat Mavericks proved they had the horses last season.
The Mavs were such a stable force all summer – going 38-9 in the regular season – that it ultimately wasn’t a big surprise to see them claim the 2018 Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) title.
Technically, they won the Western Major Baseball League (WMBL) championship. With a new league name in 2019 and a different playoff format – best-of-five series have been replaced with best-of-three competitions – Medicine Hat goes into the history books as the last champions of the WMBL.
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Reed Odland made the most of his opportunities in the Medicine Hat Mavericks lineup this season.
As back-up to all-star Colton Wright, Odland put up solid numbers for the deep Mavs squad.
The 18-year-old recently answered the call for 1 Thru 9.
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Moving around is nothing new for Connor Green.
The Manitoba product came to Vauxhall in 2015, went down to the US for college at Pratt and Minot State and is now back in Alberta helping the Medicine Hat Mavericks pace the WMBL.
We caught up with him for another edition of “1 Thru 9.”
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What goes well with baseball? Beer, of course.
To get an expert to weigh in on the options available at WMBL ballparks in Alberta, we’ve enlisted the help of beer connoisseur Jason van Rassel.
Whether it’s local craft beer or the big-name brands, we have you covered!
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Medicine Hat’s sports community is always built on a foundation of partnerships and expectations of excellence.
We continue our series of previews of the WMBL’s Alberta teams with a visit to the Gas City and the Mavericks, who once again are looking to the playoffs and beyond.
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