It is every baseball player’s dream.
Stepping into the batter’s box in the bottom of the final inning and a chance to win it all with one swing of the bat.
Camrose baseball product Dylan Borman provided his own heroics for the University of Arkansas at Monticello earlier this spring and talked to Alberta Dugout Stories about it.
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The announcement took more than a few people by surprise.
After three games with the New Hampshire Fishercats this spring, it was announced Andrew Case was retiring.
As we found out, the former Prospects Academy and Prairie Baseball Academy product made a lasting impression here in Alberta.
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Escaping the Great White North for the sunny south of Florida, Grande Prairie’s Lars Davis is making a name for himself once again.
Once a highly-touted Canadian baseball prospect and taken in the third round by Colorado, Davis is hoping to help Florida State repeat as College World Series champions in his third season as volunteer assistant coach.
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Lethbridge’s Tanner Jesson-Dalton went from being a sports-obsessed kid to owning his own business to getting back into the game he loves. And as he racks up the saves at Sacramento State, the 21-year-old reflects on his journey through baseball and business.
Read More Closing Up Shop
Ultimately, nothing could stop Tanner Craswell and Mitch MacLean from having a lasting impact at the ballpark.
Six years after the former Lethbridge Bulls’ infielders were gunned down – along with Tabitha Stepple – in a senseless murder-suicide in Claresholm, the baseball-loving duo are still making their mark on the game.
Read More Angels in the Infield