Being named the KJCCC Pitcher of the Week was just the cherry on top of the shortened season for Graham Brunner.
The Barton Community College Cougars star lefthander put together a gem of a season before the coronavirus pandemic abruptly halted the season.
We talked about that and more in this conversation from a recent episode of Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast.
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It is a baseball oasis in the middle of Canada’s prairie landscape.
In under 20 years, the Okotoks Dawgs college and academy programs have become the benchmark for success.
When looking at the path it took to get there, you can’t blame managing director John Ircandia for smiling from ear-to-ear as he looks at his own field of dreams.
We chatted with him in a recent episode of Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast to learn more about his mindset and vision going forward.
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Despite a summer that pretty much didn’t happen weather-wise, the Western Canadian Baseball League is touting it as a success.
Now all eyes are on the future, starting with a 2020 season that will feature two fewer teams.
As league president Kevin Kvame told us, 2021 will also be a season of change with expansion coming to Alberta.
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The Western Canadian Baseball League recently announced their 2019 award winners and all-star teams.
Here’s a look at the people who were recognized for their outstanding achievements in the 12-team WCBL, which calls Alberta and Saskatchewan home.
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Matt Lloyd admits he waited a lot longer to get into professional baseball than he had hoped.
After finally getting drafted by the Cincinnati Reds this summer and spending time in Billings and Dayton, his eyes are now set on making up for lost time.
Now into his first offseason as a pro, we caught up with Lloyd to talk about the highs and lows of the last few months.
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