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Medicine Hat, AB ---March 25, 2021
With today's league announcement of some teams opting out and the remaining teams going 'all-Canadian', the Mavericks hope to join a few other Alberta WCBL teams for some baseball this summer.
The Mavericks (and Fort McMurray Giants) remain undecided on their 2021 participation, but hope to join the Okotoks Dawgs (2 teams), Lethbridge Bulls, Sylvan Lake Gulls and Edmonton Prospects in what would be a modified schedule.
"We are waiting on several factors in our ability to participate this season. We know it will be a financial loss either way, but want to see how the government restrictions will look as we near the season. Our priority is the players. And if we can't operate we will help find them a place to play. The next four weeks should provide us with enough information to decide on whether playing this summer is possible." Greg Morrison, Owner and GM.
If they play in 2021, due to renovations at Athletic Park, the Mavericks would return to Jeffries Park. The last time the Mavs played at Jeffries Park was the 2013 flood, when they won 20 consecutive home games and went on to set the all-time winning % record in the WCBL. The record still stands today (.848, 39W-7L).
Regarding the improvements at Athletic Park taking place this summer Morrison had this to say:
"I am very excited about the investment that's happening at Athletic Park this summer. It's going to be an amazing return for the Mavericks and Medicine Hat at Athletic Park in 2022. For now, like all Medhatters, we'll do what we need to do to stay positive and press on during the pandemic."
The WCBL press release can be seen here:
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