December 31, 2021


The Regina Red Sox are pleased to announce that we have partnered with 2SK Performance, On-Deck Baseball/Softball and Find a Way Training and Athletics to launch the Regina Red Sox Baseball Academy. The partnership will bring the three entities together under the “Red Sox name” to provide high calibre year-round training plus off-season games and tournaments for their current 150 athletes. The Academy will be located at #1-1731 Ross Ave East.

The Academy will have Chris Kayter, formally of On-Deck Baseball, to serve as President. Chris brings years of baseball experience to the Academy. Chris recently served as President of North Regina Little League and is a successful businessperson in Regina.

Pitching Instructor

Dustin Molleken – Regina, Sk.

Professional Career

International Career with Team Canada



Hitting, Infielding and Catching Instructors

Cole Warken – Regina Sk.

College/Summer Programs

Independent Baseball- American Association


The Regina Red Sox name has a long and storied history in Regina since 1931 with teams having played in the Southern League from 1942-1969 and the Saskatchewan Major Baseball League from 1969-1978. The Regina Red Sox have played in the Western Canadian Baseball League since 2005.

The formation of The Redsox Junior Academy will see the formation of elite 13U, 15U, 17U and 19U teams training in Regina and travelling across Western Canada and the USA.

The partnership will provide synergies for both organizations for branding, marketing and youth baseball training.

Gary Brotzel                                                                   Chris Kayter

Red Sox Team President                                             Regina Red Sox  Academy

306-536-8792                                                                306-551-0567


The Regina Red Sox Executive and The Academy President and Instructors will be available to the Media on Dec 31st at 10:30-11:30 am at our Academy Training Center at 1-1731 Ross Ave E.

(Ross Ave east of ring road on the right-hand side)


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