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Trail Youth Baseball is looking for independent coaches to run the ‘A’ and ‘AA’ Orioles program.
The AM Ford Senior Men’s Orioles will skip the PWB BC Men’s Baseball Championship this year
West Kootenay U13 Orioles win the silver medal at Cranbrook’s Slugfest baseball tournament
The ‘A’ Orioles swept a pair of doubleheaders to earn a spot in the American Legion District finals.
The West Kootenay ‘A’ Orioles take their 9-1 record into a double-bill against Deer Park Saturday.
The ‘A’ Orioles are 8-0 and look to extend their undefeated season at Butler Park on Saturday.
The Kelowna Athletics swept a four-game series against the Trail AM Ford Orioles on the weekend.
The Trail Sr. Men’s Orioles’ bats came alive on Sunday as they rebounded from two losses to down the Calgary Wolfpack 9-5.
The Trail Sr. Men’s Orioles play a four-game series against Calgary this weekend at Butler Park
Abundance of 13-year-olds could mean new team
The Trail Minor Baseball League throws out its first pitch of the season on Saturday at Andy Bilesky Park.
The Trail Sr. Mens Orioles bowed out of the BC mens baseball championship following a loss to Burnaby in the semifinal.
The Trail AA Orioles fell to Pullman 4-2 on Monday missing their chance at another trip to the Washington State AA championship.
The Trail AM Ford Orioles fell to the Northwest Honkers 6-4 on Sunday at Butler Park, as the Honkers swept the four-game series.
The AM Ford Orioles gave up four runs in the final at bat to fall 6-4 to the Northwest Honkers in its final game of a four-game series.
The Trail Sr. Orioles lost 3-2 to the Sidearm Nation from Calgary in an entertaining match up at Butler Park on Monday.
The West Valley Eagles clip Trail AA Orioles in division title battle
The Trail AA Orioles shut out Ferris High School 7-0 to win the Fathers' Day Invitational title on Sunday.
The Trail AA Orioles split a four-game set of exhibition and league games at Butler Park on the weekend.
The Trail AA Orioles face Washington State American Legion baseball rival North Central and the Cranbrook Bandits in a four-game series.