The Western Major Baseball League (the “WMBL”) is Canada’s pre-eminent summer collegiate baseball league. The predecessors to the WMBL date back to 1948. Over the past 56 years the league has gone by such names as the Canadian-American Baseball League, the Northern Saskatchewan Baseball League, the Alberta-Saskatchewan Baseball League, the Western Canadian Baseball League, the Saskatchewan Baseball League and since 2000, the WMBL.


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Location: Yorkton, Saskatchewan
Economy: Business, small industry, grain and livestock farming
Population: 19,038
Nickname: Cardinals
Colors: White, grey, red and blue
Team administration: Volunteer

President : Darryl Rock

Vice President : Greg Andreychuk

Secretary : Reema Sauve

Treasurer : Karen Marshall
Stadium seating capacity: 850 at Jubilee Park
Affiliation: Western Major Baseball League
Founded: 1950; WMBL: 2002
Lights: new (2005) Collegiate level rating
Public Address: Bryan Sedley
Play-by-Play: Ray Sedley
Scoreboard: Mechanical
Concession: Yes

The Yorkton Cardinals are a collegiate summer baseball team based in Yorkton, Saskatchewan playing in the Western Major Baseball League. The Cardinals joined the WMBL in 2002.