Cydnie Moore must be looking forward to her next trip to the Maritimes to play baseball.
The Calgary product spent the summer winning bronze as a player at the Open Women’s National Championship in Nova Scotia and as a coach at the 16U Girls National Championship in Prince Edward Island.
They are experiences she hopes will help her inspire the next generation of baseball players in Alberta.
Read More Summer of Bronze
It was a rollercoaster ride for Team Alberta at the Baseball Canada Women’s Nationals in Nova Scotia.
After going 1-2 in the round-robin, they outlasted Saskatchewan and lost to Quebec before claiming bronze in an exciting 5-4 win over the hosts.
Read More Bronze Medal Rally
Whether she’s tagging out runners at home plate or keeping pucks out of the net, Kaitlyn Ross is comfortable as the last line of defence for her teammates.
She’s proved that on the diamond and at the rink.
Read More Behind the Mask
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 Canadian baseball world is in shock following the death of Amanda Asay.
The Prince George, B.C. native passed away earlier this month following a skiing accident in Nelson.
We take a look back at her career and accomplishment, as well as get reaction from her Albertan teammates.
Read More Ace of Hearts
Even though her playing days are behind her, Paige Wakefield is still more than happy to reminisce about her time in baseball.
Whether it was her home association teams, Baseball Alberta or Baseball Canada, she enjoyed every minute of it.
We caught up with her earlier this year for a chat on Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast and here is the full transcript of that conversation.
Read More Turn the Paige
“I really still feel that baseball is just such a huge part of my heart and my life.”
Fort Saskatchewan’s Tara Sliwkanich might not be playing baseball right now, but she still feels it has shaped who she is.
The former Baseball Alberta and Baseball Canada star pitcher joined us in a recent episode of Alberta Dugout Stories: The Podcast to talk about her days of playing and the lessons she has taken to her new career.
Read More Hill of Tara
Ellie Jespersen’s 2019 season can be summed up in one word: incredible.
After pacing Alberta at the national championships in Okotoks, the 16-year-old was named to Baseball Canada’s National Women’s Team, contributing in major ways.
She put the wraps on the year by being named to two major Baseball Alberta awards in November.
Read More Stand Up Double
She admits it’s been on her mind for a while.
But just days before her 29th birthday, Nicole Luchanski announced her retirement.
The Baseball Canada Women’s National Team star and Edmonton native is now ready for the next chapter of her life.
Read More The Legend of Luch
It’s hard to imagine calling Kelsey Lalor a “veteran.” She is only 20, after all.
Yet, her resume is an impressive one, including being named to the All World Team after this summer’s Women’s Baseball World Cup.
The Red Deer native finished off the year by being named the top women’s player in Alberta.
Read More Act of Lalor