Twenty years after joining the Western Canadian Baseball League, the Medicine Hat Mavericks and Okotoks Dawgs are creating a long-lasting legacy …Read More Alberta Advantage
The last time the Minnesota Twins signed a 6-foot-4 left-handed hitting slugger out of Western Canada it worked out pretty well.
You may have heard of Justin Morneau.
The Twins selected him in the third round of the 1999 MLB draft and he became a four-time All-Star, the 2006 American League MVP and a Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductee.
Nobody is expecting Nolan Machibroda to be Justin Morneau, but, like Morneau, the 23-year-old Saskatoon native is a first baseman with a powerful left-handed stroke and a burning ambition to play in the big leagues …Read More Machibroda Signs With Minnesota Twins
If one thing is for certain, 2023 will not be short on things for baseball fans in Alberta to talk about.
2022 certainly set the bar high with fantastic individual and team performances, great community-building opportunities and a return to “normal” of sorts after what was an unprecedented couple of years around the world.
Once again, we take a look at the top five storylines we will be watching heading into the new year.Read More Five Storylines We’re Watching in 2023
The Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) has released its 2023 schedule.
Here are some of the highlights …Read More 2023 WCBL Schedule Unveiled
The WCBL has unveiled their 2022 awards.
Find out more about the most valuable players and outstanding performances …Read More WCBL Award Winners Announced