Oregon State University’s sophomore outfielder Wade Meckler and freshman utility player Brady Kasper have signed with the NorthPaws for 2021.
“Kamloops, I saw pictures of it and it just looks awesome... That looks like somewhere I want to be for the summer.”
The Kamloops NorthPaws are shaping their inaugural roster with strong defense and play calling behind home plate.
Trey Newman, a catcher from Utah Valley University, is officially the first player signed in NorthPaws history.
American League Cy Young Award candidate Shane Bieber highlights the caliber of MLB players who have played in the West Coast League as part of their development. What future MLB players will we see come through Kamloops when the expansion NorthPaws take the field?
The Kamloops NorthPaws are thrilled to announce Cole Armstrong as the first head coach in franchise history.
The 37-year-old from Surrey, B.C. becomes the only current Canadian serving as head coach in the West Coast League.
“It’s a dream come true to return to British Columbia to do what I love," says Armstrong. “I’d like to thank the city of Kamloops along with the new owners of the NorthPaws for including me in this opportunity to set a new standard on and off the field in the West Coast League."