News and Announcements


One of SAMBA’s own has been drafted by the San Diego Padres! (Click Here)

We are extremely proud and wish him the best!

Keep up on Baseball news from a Wild Rose Country perspective at Alberta Dugout Stories . This website is a gem of information of what is happening around the province. You will find a unique perspective and very interesting reading at AB Dugout Stories who is a trusted source of news and info. Their mandate is to do stories about the game of baseball from every corner of the province, with a focus on the history of the game; the current players, coaches and teams that make it interesting; and on the future of baseball, which we focus on through highlighting up and coming prospects from Alberta.


Short turn around this year for Provincial A baseball, tryouts June 9-10. (Click Here) for information and tor register. This is for House League players Mosquito-Midget to extend the baseball season into July. Teams will be announced by June 11.

Lost & Found

Posted by St. Albert Minor Baseball Association at Jun 5, 2018 10:01AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

We have a new Lost & Found widget on the home page. There is information of items that have been found this year. If you have lost or found a baseball related item, please use this form.


St. Albert Minor Baseball Association wants to celebrate the life of an Albertan who did a great deal for the development of baseball in our province.

Clint Fystro passed away on May 31st after a valiant battle with cancer. He was a great friend to many of us … and to the game of baseball. His legacy will be remembered by all of us who knew him.

A celebration of life will be held on June 16th at the SAMBA Clubhouse from 1-4pm. He was a great man, husband (Wendy), father (Doug/Carly, Bob/Andrea, AJ/Sabrina), grandpa (Ella, Jaxen, Max, Quinn, Hudson, Ripken), and friend.

He was Past president of Baseball Alberta and the Western Canadian Baseball Association…

Clint was the GM for Team Alberta at the Canada Games and a Director with the Okotoks Dawgs since they got started in 2003.

He was voted Baseball Canada Volunteer of the year in 2016 and voted into the Okotoks Dawgs Hall of Fame in 2017.

Clint influenced the growth of baseball locally, provincially, nationally and internationally

His 3 sons Doug, Bob, and AJ all played US collegiate baseball … he and his wife, Wendy, were an integral part of their boys’ success.

Clint will be missed by so many friends and family. We thank him, his 3 sons and his wife Wendy for all their contributions to the game of Baseball.