Canada has a growing list of recognizable baseball families.
The Quantrills. Naylors. Pompeys. Toros.
As Matt Betts of Canadian Baseball Network tells us, the Vulcanos are hoping to make their family a household name as they forge their own path in baseball.
Read More The Brothers Vulcano
If you see one, the other probably isn’t too far away.
BC’s Carlin Dick and New Brunswick’s Max Grant became fast friends at the Vauxhall Academy of Baseball.
Now hitting 1-2 in the batting order at Canisius College in New York, the pair is hoping to continue their winning ways together with the Golden Griffins.
Read More One-Two Punch
Luxon Glor’s smile is infectious.
While discussing his journey in life and sport, the young man on the other side of the Zoom conversation exudes an air of positivity and gratitude that is refreshing in what feels like a fractured world.
Through all of the challenges he has faced, the Haiti-born and Vauxhall Academy product has emerged as one of the greatest in track-and-field at the University of Mary, and is still hoping to fulfill an Olympic dream.
Read More Still Smiling
“Definitely the best birthday I’ve ever had.”
Bryce Oriold-Fraser turned 23 on the night his Lethbridge Bulls clinched the Western Canadian Baseball League championship. He was also named the WCBL Playoff MVP after two great appearances on the mound.
We take a look back at the Bulls’ journey to the final and the aftermath of winning it all.
Read More Running of the Bulls
Shawn Grandmont has quietly put together one of the best college careers we’ve seen from an Alberta baseball product.
The Lethbridge slugger capped it off by helping the Northwest Nazarene University Nighthawks to their first NCAA Division II National Championships appearance.
He shares his baseball journey with us, including Vauxhall Academy of Baseball and what lies ahead.
Read More The Grandy Man