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Well, you can thank Dawgs Field Maintenance Manager, Chris Friesen for that! Chris joined the Dawgs after our first year in Okotoks thanks to the recommendation of Alberta’s “Guru of Grass”, Kenny O. Dedicated and hardworking, Chris was determined to learn his craft and paid close attention to the lessons of his mentors, first, Kenny

Dawgs Dominate the 2022 PBR Rankings

Prep Baseball Report Alberta is an independent scouting service that ranks and provides scouting reports on individual athletes across North America. Hundreds of college coaches and professional scouts alike subscribe to the service as a means to stay updated on players and their progress, as well as a recruiting tool for uncommitted high school athletes
The Okotoks Dawgs Founder and Managing Director, John Ircandia, was recently named the 14th most influential Canadian in baseball as per Bob Elliott and the Canadian Baseball Network. Check out the link to a great article from the Calgary Herald below! https://calgarysun.com/sports/baseball/dawgs-john-ircandia-no-14-on-most-influential-canadians-baseball-list
The Okotoks Dawgs very own Jim Henderson continues his journey in the professional baseball ranks, this time as a coach in the Milwaukee Brewers organization. Check the link below for the full article from the Calgary Herald. https://calgarysun.com/sports/baseball/mlb/calgarys-henderson-rising-with-brewers-in-coaching-life
The Okotoks Dawgs Founder and Managing Director, John Ircandia, recently interviewed our Ray Chadwick, father of Dawgs Academy player Tyrelle Chadwick and former MLB player. Q: Thank you for agreeing to participate in this interview. A lot of Dawgs fans and supporters are aware of your son as an outstanding Dawgs Academy player, but not

Dawgs Wish Terry McKaig the Best

The founder of UBC Baseball and Dawgs Hall of Fame Class of 2019 Inductee, Terry McKaig, has stepped down from UBC after 23 years with the program. Terry McKaig was the head baseball coach at the University of British Columbia (UBC) from 1997 to 2015, winning 553 games in his 18-years at the helm (.614