Welcome to a new archival series we’re introducing called In The Cards. The idea is simple: while images of most baseball cards can be found online, there are some gaps, especially when it comes to the minor-league cardboard cutouts.
To assist in this matter, and with an eye on Alberta-based teams and players, we will periodically be adding galleries of baseball cards to our website. We hope you enjoy!
First up to the plate, the 2002 Medicine Hat Blue Jays.
Read More In The Cards: 2002 Medicine Hat Blue Jays
He bears little resemblance to Roger Clemens, but you can go ahead and call David Reiniger “Rocket Man.”
While he won’t blow anyone away with a 98 mile-per-hour fastball, Reiniger has something much faster at his fingertips. He literally has rockets at his disposal.
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Centre fielder Anthony Alford hardly had time to loosen his belt from his American Thanksgiving meal before he hopped on a plane for Calgary in late November.
The Mississippi product – a third round pick of the Toronto Blue Jays in 2012 and former Ole Miss Rebels football player – came to Cowtown to help out baseball pal Shane Dawson Jr. with his Strive Baseball pro camp, which also featured the instructional help of pitcher Ryan Borucki.
Read More A Swing & Ole Miss
The Toronto Blue Jays will need to bring a few surprises to the ballpark if they hope to be competitive next season.
Enter Ryan Borucki.
Read More Borucki’s Back
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.
Read More Case Closed