Dawgs Next Homestand June 22-24

Okotoks, AB – The Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Club has announced its 2022 inductees into the Dawgs Hall of Fame. Recognized at the June 18, 2022 “Hall of Fame” Game between the Moose Jaw Miller Express and the Dawgs will be: Jim Wildeman: a director of the Dawgs following the move to Okotoks from Calgary, Jim
The Dawgs dominated the series finale defeating the the Giants 10-6. The Dawgs had a massive seventh inning where they scored 8 runs to take a commanding lead that they would not relinquish. The Dawg improve to 12-1 on the season and will have the day off on monday. Ryan McFarland (Campbellsville University, KY) earned
Story by Jacob Sarro The Dawgs collected another win on the road defeating the Giants 9-1. The Dawgs improve to 11-1 on the season with their dominating game 3 performance. Starting Pitcher Julian Tymochko (McMaster) earned his third win of the season, pitching 5 hitless innings and finishing with 4 strikeouts. Relief efforts from Rylan
The Dawgs traveled up to Sylvan Lake to take on the Gulls to kickstart their nine-game road trip and continued their stellar play, improving to 9-0 on the season. The Dawg’s offense started hot in the first inning where they scored three runs and paired that with a monster seventh inning, scoring an additional four
Story by Jacob Sarro The Dawgs returned home from their two game road trip in Brooks, to face the Lethbridge Bulls at Seaman Stadium, where they extended their winning streak to 8 games. The Dawgs had a massive second inning where the bulk of their total runs to secure a lead they would never squander.