The 2012 year was quite a challenge for us.
There is no doubt that injuries hampered the win column for us.
We entered five tournaments and played "average" ball, but as always, we had a great time at the games.
Over all the players that attended all of the games did very well and the new comers were exceptional.
We hope to see everyone next year.
The 2012 season presented some challenges for new Manager Ryan Kotlarchuk.
It was tough without our number one starting pitcher for the entire season and we were left to fill that large gap with what amounted to two rookies.
We had some early season defensive struggles and an offence that hadnít found its groove yet that led to a 0-5 start which in an 18 game season is debilitating.
However, after the 0-5 start and some small changes to the line-up it was as if someone had flicked a switch in the club and we reeled off 4 straight wins and remained in the playoff hunt until the last couple games of the season.
Managing to score the second most amount of runs in the league is something the team can hang their hat on this year but the off season will be spent figuring out ways to stop giving up too many runs in early season games.
Warriors Baseball Camps
The Edmonton Warriors Athletic Association has been supporting young athletes in Metro Edmonton for over 30 years. The Warriors hold their annual winter conditioning camp and team tryouts starting starting in January at the Kinsmen Field House, 9100 Walterdale Hill. This conditioning camp is limited to prospective Warrior players only.
The Warriors baseball teams play in the NCABL with their home games played at Spartan Park. League
play is typically May to June with Provincial, Western or National
competition in July and August.
Edmonton Warriors Athletic Association