It’s not quite as iconic as the Brooklyn Dodgers hat that we associate with Jackie Robinson.
But for one night anyway, Robinson was kind enough to trade in his baseball cap for a white cowboy hat.
Just two months after winning his first and only World Series – which was also the first and only title the Brooklyn Dodgers captured – Robinson found himself in Calgary and, well, he was introduced to a folksy Alberta tradition.
Read More Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson
Rising star Mike Soroka doesn’t ask much. He just expects to take the mound and dominate every single pitch.
If that sounds cocky, it shouldn’t. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Calgarian pretty much did that last season.
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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
You may not be able to identify Amanda Fewer if you see a picture of her. But, if you’re a Canadian baseball fan, chances are you can spot a picture taken by her.
The Calgary photographer has made a name for herself shooting the Okotoks Dawgs, the Toronto Blue Jays and the World Baseball Classic (WBC).
Ian Wilson, of Alberta Dugout Stories, recently caught up with the talented shooter to talk sports photography, baseball players and martial arts.
Read More Depth of Field
Like a quarterback in football, catchers are in charge of how a play turns out. Alberta’s Jordan Procyshen is readying himself for the start of 2018 spring training, also teaching kids about his journey and calling the plays.
Read More Catching Up With Jordan Procyshen