Regina ready to put it all on the playing field
As predicted the 2013 WMBL regular season was full of excitement and as this evening games concluded so did the regular season for all teams except for two.
On an extremely cold night, the Okotoks Dawgs and Lethbridge Bulls finished up their regular season and final tune up before they face off in the first round of the playoffs.
Michael Corso is a soft spoken man and he's been quietly been going about his business this season with the Moose Jaw Miller Express.
The playoff-bound Moose Jaw Miller Express couldn't close out their home schedule with a win, but Sunday was still a special night at Ross Wells Park.
The Okotoks Dawgs took on their division rival Medicine Hat Mavericks in the continuation of a rain out game back on July 17th.
With 1025 diehard Regina Red Ss.ox fans in attendance at Currie Field on Friday night, the Red and White looked slow down the Central division leading Swift Current Indians
The Okotoks Dawgs faced the Moose Jaw Miller Express in a battle of the two highest-ranked offenses in the Western Major Baseball League.
The Regina Red Sox played their second last home game of the 2013 Western Major Baseball League regular season against the Melville Millionaires on Thursday night.
Its getting close , today's scenario in the race to the play offs looks like....
The Okotoks Dawgs defeated the Lethbridge Bulls for the third straight game.
Medicine Hat Mavericks have faced the challenges and look to a first place finish in the regular season. GM Greg Morrison offers his playoff predictions.
Friday night the Lethbridge Bulls hosted Pink in the Park night, reaching out to their fans and to support reasearch for Breast Cancer.
On a rare Saturday night game, the Regina Red Sox looked to continue their recent successes as they welcomed the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets to Currie Field.
The Okotoks Dawgs took on the red hot Lethbridge Bulls, winners of eight straight, and controlled the game basically from the first pitch.
The Okotoks Dawgs faced the Swift Current Indians for the second straight night and lost in an extremely fast-paced pitchers’ duel.
Rain poured down on Regina, Saskatchewan all day Friday, but that didn’t stop the Regina Red Sox and the Weyburn Beavers from playing some baseball.
The Okotoks Dawgs battled the Swift Current Indians in their third match up of the summer and did not show up with their “A” game.
The Moose Jaw Miller Express spotted Weyburn five runs in the first inning and couldn't come back on Thursday night.
The Okotoks Dawgs took on the Edmonton Prospects at Seaman Stadium tonight looking for their ninth win of the season against them.
The Moose Jaw Miller Express and Saskatoon Yellow Jackets gave the fans a game worth their money on Wednesday night at Ross Wells Park.
The Okotoks Dawgs faced off against the Medicine Hat Mavericks for the third straight game
The Dawgs were down early due to their defense and had a big hill to climb versus their division rivals the Medicine Hat Mavericks
The Okotoks Dawgs played their first home game in 10 days and had a nail bitter against the Medicine Hat Mavericks.
Hot off two consecutive wins against the Edmonton Prospects, the Regina Red Sox looked to continue their winning ways against the Yorkton Cardinals.
Monday evening’s game between the Regina Red Sox and the Edmonton Prospects was the first of back-to-back games between the two teams at Currie Field. Prior to the game, the Red Sox were 13-15 on the season, while the Prospects had a 6-22 record.
Melville Millionaires and the Regina Red Sox meet for the fourth time this season and the battle for first place in the east division continues.
Both the Regina Red Sox and the Yorkton Cardinals went into Thursday night’s game on three game losing streaks. The Red Sox appeared to be in the great shape early, but the Cardinals followed up.
It hadn't been the greatest night at the plate for Jon Cotter on Wednesday night, but he came through when he needed to
The Okotoks Dawgs (18-5) defeated the Weyburn Beavers (8-16) for their third straight win and moved their record to 4-1 on the Canada Day weekend home stand.
Seaman Stadium was packed with a record crowd of 4445 fans stuffing into the Dawgpound to watch the annual Canada Day game.