Amanda's album 01.09.2017

 LHP Wesley Moore (Surrey, BC) did his job in the opener of the World U18 championships starting against Chinese Taipei

LHP Wesley Moore (Surrey, BC) did his job in the opener of the World U18 championships starting against Chinese Taipei

By Amanda Fewer
Canadian Baseball Network


THUNDER BAY, Ont. _ Victoria Mariners alum Jason Willow (Victoria, BC) almost leaps over a Chinese Taipei base runner and into the Grant Thornton sign -- our country’s top accounting firm -- during Canada’s extra-inning loss to Chinese Taipei.

 Okotoks Dawgs' OF Clayton Keyes (Calgary,  Alta.)

Okotoks Dawgs' OF Clayton Keyes (Calgary,  Alta.)

OF Clayton Keyes (Calgary,  Alta.) hit the first pitch the first pitch he saw the opposite way over the right field wall in the bottom of the first with Edouard Julien (Québec, Que.) on first base giving Canada an early 2-1 lead.

 Keyes in his trot 

Keyes in his trot 

Keyes has committed to Central Arizona College. He was drafted in 2016 in the 17th round but chose not to sign. 

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And after touching the plate Keyes tips his cap to the crowd at Port Arthur Stadium in appreciation.

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Willow batted sixth and played shortstop since Adam Hall (Dorchester, Ont.) was injured after a couple of games of pro ball with the Rookie Class Gulf Coast Orioles. 


Archer Brookman (Pointe Claire, Que.) is greeted after his fifth-inning homer that put Canada up 5-3 lead. He lined a one-out, solo home run over the left field wall and finished 3-for-4 and drove in three runs.


Vauxhall Academy Jet LHP Wesley Moore (Surrey, BC) pitched five innings allowing a run in the first and a two-run single in the fifth to bring Chinese Taipei to within a run. He allowed three runs on three hits and four walks, while fanning two.

Amanda Fewer

Born in Ottawa, ON and growing up with military parents, my childhood was filled with new cities all of the time, stretching from one side of Canada to the other. 

I took to sports at a young age, primarily Tae Kwon Do. I loved the competitiveness of it and by age 13 won my first North American and Canadian Championship title.

I moved out West after I was done my schooling, where I obtained a Diploma as an Automotive Technician.  I loved the amazing landscapes Alberta offered me, where I could pursue my passion of photography.  It wasn't until 2013, when I realized what I really wanted to be taking pictures of, after I travelled to Phoenix to watch Team Canada in the WBC. I was hooked on sports photography, and baseball, right then and there.  I currently live in Calgary, AB and spend my summers shooting the WMBL Okotoks Dawgs.