Far away from home, 17-year-old Guillermo Quiroz arrived in Medicine Hat in 1999 to play for the Blue Jays.
What later transpired was a 17-year pro career with a lot of stops and stories.
He recently shared some of them in an episode of the ADS Podcast.
Read More The Road Warrior
Erik Kratz represents the end of an Alberta era. He is the last active player in Major League Baseball who spent time with the Medicine Hat Blue Jays.
He was part of the last Pioneer League team to come through Athletic Park in 2002.
We caught up with his old manager Rolando Pino to talk about Kratz and his improbable journey to baseball folk hero.
Read More Last Of The Baby Jays
There are final outs and then there are final outs.
When Maverick centre fielder David Salgueiro caught a fly ball in the ninth inning of a game against the Regina Red Sox on Thursday, Aug. 16th at Athletic Park in Medicine Hat, it sealed an 8-2 win for the Mavs.
It was the final out of the deciding game of the series. It was also the final out of the last Western Major Baseball League (WMBL) game of 2018 and it marked the end of the league as we know it.
Read More How The West Was Won
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.
Read More Medicine Hat Mavericks 2018 Season Preview
When it comes to baseball, Bermuda will not be mistaken for the Dominican Republic anytime soon.
But with the help of the Baltimore Orioles’ 2017 second-round pick Adam Hall and some bat-and-glove loving Albertans, there is hope that the sport will grow on the island in the years ahead.
Ian Wilson explores some unlikely baseball ties between Alberta and Bermuda …
Read More Baseball in Another World