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WCL All-Star, Canadian Slugger Among Four Added by NightOwls

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Chavez, now a junior at St. Mary’s in Texas, pitched in the junior college World Series in 2019 for New Mexico Junior College prior to arriving in Port Angeles. The product of El Paso was 2-1 in 17 games with 20 hits allowed in 23 innings for the Lefties, earning a spot on the North Division team for the 2019 all-star game in Bend. At 6-4/190, with a fastball above 90, scouts are watching him closely.

Marchese is a 6-2/230 sophomore at Niagara University, a lefty thrower/hitter with power who hit two home runs in his college freshman season, then hit .243 with four home runs and 27 RBIs in 43 games for Cowlitz in the summer of 2019. Marchese, who played for Whalley at the BCPBL high school level, can play both first base and outfield.

Brock Kleszcz, a 6-2/200 outfielder and right-handed hitter, is from Valencia, CA, and is at UC-San Diego, the younger brother of Yankees draft pick Cole Kleszcz. Brock is expected to contribute as a true freshman and bring centrefield speed with a mid-order bat, and was highly recruited by a number of D-1 schools.

Alvarez is a 6-0/185 righty from Rancho Cucamunga, CA, and a sophomore at UCSD, and has been part of championship teams. He brings an upper-80s fastball and mix of off-speed that Coach Spears will value with the pitching staff.

Reminder, this weekend — Friday, Oct. 2, through Sunday, Oct. 4 — South Nanaimo Panago will donate $2 from every pizza sold to the Nanimo Minor Baseball Association. The NightOwls Ney-te the NightOwl will be on location from 4:30pm to 5:30pm on Friday at the South Nanaimo Panago location to assist. Fans wishing to support this great partner promotion can call 250-310-0001 to order.

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UBC Righties Re-Commit to NorthPaws for 2022

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Right-handed pitchers Sean Heppner and Vic Domingo signed with the NorthPaws for the 2022 season. The pair of first-year righties from the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds had initially signed to play in Kamloops during the 2021 season and have recommitted to the expansion team. They are both products of the BC Premier Baseball League and have had their collegiate debuts delayed by a year as the Thunderbirds were unable to play in 2021. The attended the Blue Jays’ 2019 Tournament T12 showcase together and were dorm mates during their first year at university, so it’s only fitting they will make their West Coast League debuts together in Kamloops.

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Victoria HarbourCats – Investors added to group that owns HarbourCats, NightOwls

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The Victoria HarbourCats and Nanaimo NightOwls have added six new people to their ownership group.

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NorthPaws Single-Game Tickets Available for 2022 Season

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Tickets for the Kamloops NorthPaws 2022 regular season are now available. The inaugural season schedule features nine three-game series from the end of May through the beginning of August. Highlighted […]

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