From 1958-68 Hindle played for the Norberry Community Club, from 1969-73 for the St. Boniface Legionnaires Juniors, from 1975-77 for the Grandview Lakers, and from 1978-85 for the St. Boniface Native Sons, and the Redboine Senior Baseball League. In 1988 Hindle played Twilight baseball for several years with Giroux A’s. Hindle coached the Norbury Bronco’s from 1969-70, Western Canadian Finalists in Settler, Alberta (1969). From 1986-73 John coached the Grendall Community Club. From 1985-88 Hindle acted as the Boni-Vital Baseball Association Executive, in 1982 was the president of the Redboine Senior Baseball League. Hindle continued to build the sport of baseball in 2002 as the Director of the MBA, in 2003 as the President of the Manitoba Junior Baseball League. Hindle also founded and currently still owns the business of Home Run Sports Sporting Goods, and introduced blastball to Manitoba. Also from 1994-2001 John Hindle acted as the General manager of the Winnipeg Goldeyes (with increased attendance every year), and spear headed the most successful all star game in Northern League history of Winnipeg in 2001.