|League||West Coast League (North)|
|Location||Kelowna, British Columbia|
|Management||Mark Nonis (General Manager)|
|Coach||Bryan Donohue (Head Coach)|
The Kelowna Falcons are an amateur baseball team located in Kelowna, British Columbia. Formally known as the Kelowna Grizzlies, the club was purchased in 2000 and changed its name to the Falcons. They play in the West Coast League, a collegiate summer baseball league. Kelowna calls Elks Stadium home with the capacity of 1250.
The 2014 season brought another losing season, the Falcons finishing last in the WCL East division with a 14-39 record being 20.5 games behind the East division leader Yakima Valley Pippins, and also the Falcons finished on a 12-game losing streak.
Alumni in Major League Baseball
- David Riske – 1995 – Baltimore Orioles
- Aaron Harang – 1996 – San Diego Padres
- Jason Bay – 1998 – New York Mets
- Nyjer Morgan – 2000 – Milwaukee Brewers
- Chris Davis – 2005 – Texas Rangers
- Jess Todd – 2005 – Cleveland Indians
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