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Fire causes extensive damage to St. Thomas home Friday night
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Roddickton-Bide Arm mayor acclaimed next president of MNL
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Port aux Basques team wins provincial U16 softball title
Grand Falls-Windsor Braves heading to Nova Scotia for Atlantic baseball championships
Blair Penney reflects on senior A baseball finals
Michael Lewis reflects on his last year as a Grand Falls-Windsor Brave
Gander Pilots win first senior B baseball championship in 24 years
Blue Jays snap losing streak but it still won't be a September to remember
It was never going to be an easy month for the Blue Jays, there never really was a shot at meaningful September baseball. But a 100-loss season? That wasn’t written anywhere on the blueprint for this tumultuous rebuild. With just 17 games ...
Blue Jays not shy about mixing up starting strategy
When it comes to handling his starting pitching assignments, it has been anything but an open-and-shut case for Jays manager Charlie Montoyo of late. For example, when T.J. Zeuch made his big-league debut last week in Atlanta, the rookie ...
Fencing and ground mix approved for Stephenville baseball field
It looks like a new baseball field is going ahead in Stephenville. Council members in attendance at Thursday’s regular general meeting approved requests for quotations for baseball field fencing and for infield mix – the ground used on ...
Declan Buckle still representing his hometown of Corner Brook while embarking on baseball career in the United States
How does a guy from Corner Brook wind up playing varsity baseball at Minot State University in North Dakota? Well, Declan Buckle was just a kid when he and his parents, Jason and Charlie, left the city for Moncton, N.B. He loved playing hockey, ...
Rob Park’s passion for baseball has led to a long-term positive experience within the game
Editor's note: This is the fourth of a four-part series It’s not hard to see how Rob Park fell in love with baseball so quickly. He was a relative latecomer to the sport, only signing up for play in the Corner Brook Minor Baseball ...
Coach Rob Myrden passes on his enthusiasm for baseball to players of all ages
His unbridled enthusiasm is infectious. He’s coaching, they’re all playing, but nobody is having more fun at Jubilee Field during any given Aces game than Rob Myrden. Watch him dance while giving signs at third base and you'll ...
Corner Brook budget announcement has local baseball association looking forward
Jason Mosher believes the immaculate playing surface at Jubilee Field puts the facility in the upper echelons of baseball facilities in Atlantic Canada. He believes the jaw-dropping experience of those who see the clay first-hand is augmented by ...
Corner Brook’s Gary White taking battle with cancer one day at a time
Gary White sat on the couch, with a smile on his face, with his little dog Toby tucked under his arm. His is in good spirits and there’s no way anyone would know there was anything wrong with him. Likewise, you wouldn’t know White ...
Corner Brook's Ron Mercer wants young players to experience riding on Blue Baron
The Blue Baron will ride again. At least, that’s the hope of Corner Brook’s Ron Mercer. Mercer purchased the bus from the Corner Brook Baseball Association for $1,500 earlier this month. “I have some great memories from ...
Frank Humber named to Baseball NL Hall of Fame; Andrew Flood receives minor baseball player of the year award
Stop anyone on the streets of Corner Brook and ask them to name a player in the local senior baseball league. Chances are, the name Frank Humber would be the response. Likely the most accomplished baseball player the city has ever produced, ...