Going back to 2012, my first ever Edmonton Prospects Game recap

As a fan, you probably remember your first live sporting event. As a writer, my first memories of covering a live event happen in 2012 when the Edmonton Prospects moved into John Ducey Park aka Telus Field aka Re/Max Field. The Prospects website has a wonderful “team history tab” detailing their existence beginning in 2005.Continue reading “Going back to 2012, my first ever Edmonton Prospects Game recap”

The Edmonton Prospects Season Long Road Trip Examined

The number 56 has great significance in baseball. In the MLB, 56 is the number of consecutive games that Joe DiMaggio collected a hit during the 1941 season which is a record that still stands today. In the Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL), 56 represents how many regular season games the league has and howContinue reading “The Edmonton Prospects Season Long Road Trip Examined”

Flex Pack Owner for the Sylvan Lake Gulls

I am a fan of baseball and road trips. The new expansion team in the Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) checks off both items. The Sylvan Lake Gulls begin their inaugural season in the WCBL on Friday May 28th in Lethbridge. Their home opener is scheduled on Friday June 11 against those same Lethbridge Bulls.Continue reading “Flex Pack Owner for the Sylvan Lake Gulls”