It’s said that the Mounties “always get their man.” Well, the 1994 Lethbridge Mounties rounded up at least 30 of them who were guilty of stealing bases and punching out batters.
Behold the photographic evidence, a rogues’ gallery of southern Alberta baseball players. There will never be a case of mistaken identity with this group. Murderers’ row, they were not.
Let’s take a closer look at this team set of baseball cards …
Read More In The Cards: 1994 Lethbridge Mounties
The Lethbridge Bulls believe they underachieved in 2017. After bowing out in the first round of the WMBL playoffs, they were bound and determined to fix it all in 2018.
We continue our special preview series of Alberta’s WMBL teams, we dive into what the year has in store for the Bulls, which starts with a massive renovation of their home, Spitz Stadium.
Read More Lethbridge Bulls 2018 Season Preview
It is all-hands-on-deck around Spitz Stadium in Lethbridge, as crews put the finishing touches on a $2.3-million renovation. While fans can’t wait for baseball season to start, team officials can’t wait for Old Man Winter to take a hike and let the work get done.
Read More Spitz Shine
Ultimately, nothing could stop Tanner Craswell and Mitch MacLean from having a lasting impact at the ballpark.
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