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2021 Season Cancelled


The Edmonton Riverhawks will have to wait one more year before they take flight.

The West Coast League announced today there will be no baseball season for its
Canadian division due to the global pandemic. The elite summer collegiate league,
which is comprised of 15 teams and some of the best players from USA Division 1
college teams, faces too many logistical hurdles to get players from their American
schools into Canada for a 2021 summer schedule. Games will still proceed for the
WCL’s American based teams.

“This is disappointing but not surprising news,” says the Riverhawks managing
director Dr. Randy Gregg. “We’ve worked really hard to be ready to take to the field
this June but the health and safety of our fans and the players must come first.”

While most teams in the WCL will wind down operations for the year, the
Riverhawks will continue to work hard to continue to feather its new nest at
RE/MAX Field. “We’ve been very busy overseeing the installation of new artificial
turf and LED lighting to upgrade this iconic baseball stadium,” adds Gregg. “We are
also installing a high definition LED scoreboard to enhance the fan experience,
once we are able to open our home park to local baseball fans. We’re also
overhauling the food and beverage operations and much more.”

Team officials are also entertaining other options for activating the facility as
health measures permit. Local minor baseball, softball and slo-pitch organizations
will be given the opportunity to rent the facility when the AHS guidelines allow for
its use. In addition, some high school officials have expressed an interest in staging
their grade 12 graduations utilizing the expansive outdoor venue provided at
RE/MAX Field.