Albert Lamoreux pitched for Transcona for the Winnipeg Senior League titles in 1938 and 1939. Lamoreux was allowed six hits in a 7-1 win over St. Boniface, winning the fifth consecutive Intermediate crown for Transcona in 1931. He also pitched, for the Elks, a total of 17 innings back to back in a 7-6 loss to Norwood and 15-3 win over Dokey Tigers in a four team Winnipeg Senior League (Arenas were fourth team). The highlight of Albert`s pitching career was the opportunity to pitch against Lefty Grove, a great pitching star of the Philadelphia Athletics and Boston Red Sox at the old Wesley Park, in St. Boniface as a Winnipeg All-Star player. Albert mainly pitched for the Elks and Transcona, and now joins Transcona team mates, catcher Gerry Marcotte and shortstop Joe Teres in Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame.