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Former MLB Pitcher, Minor Pro Coach Joins NightOwls

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Heimueller also played professionally in Venezuela, and coached in Australia. He has three World Series rings — 1987 and 1991 with Minnesota, and 2008 with Philadelphia — and has an impressive list of pitchers who have grown with his tutelage — Cole Hamels, Kyle Kendricks, a Canadian in Scott Mathieson, Scott Erickson, Willie Banks, Denny Neagle, and Pat Mahomes Sr., father of the NFL star quarterback. Erickson, Hamels and Neagle all received serious Cy Young consideration during their careers.

“The West Coast League is a place that develops future MLB players, and I’m glad to be a part of it,” said the personable Heimueller, who can entertain for hours with stories of his time in the game. “Coaches want to work with players who have a chance to reach that next level, and that’s what the NightOwls will put on the field for fans in Nanaimo. Coach Frady is an outstanding leader of young men and I’m eager to get to Vancouver Island and work with him. Canada has been an important part of my life, meeting my wife on the prairies and developing into a Major League player because of my time there.”

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Victoria HarbourCats – HarbourCats Hang On For Nail Biter Against Cowlitz

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Above Photo: Colton Moore celebrates his homerun with his teammates (Photo: Christian J Stewart) FULL BOX SCORE Victoria, BC ~ The Victoria HarbourCats used a strong eighth and ninth inning […]

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Statement regarding June 22 game

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Statement regarding June 22nd Game, and ticket exchanges.

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NorthPaws Beat Lefties for 4th Straight Home Series Win

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The NorthPaws bats came alive early and often on Sunday afternoon on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium to defeat the Port Angeles Lefties 7-4 and win the weekend series. Félix Chénier-Rondeau scored three runs Sunday afternoon to help lift the NorthPaws to victory.

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