Born on October 10th, 1941
Dallas was a power hitting catcher and outfielder who had a .331 batting average throughout his career. He was a first team All-Star in 1962 and 1963. He retired from baseball to play with the Boston Bruins. He won the Stanley Cup twice, playing alongside Bobby Orr.
Born on May 14th, 1944
Don played the positions of pitcher and outfielder, but often served as catcher. He spent his twelve-year career playing in Hamiota and Dauphin. He won the M.S.B.L. pennant in 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, and 1967. He also played on the Canadian National Team in the 1967 Pan-Am Games. Like his brother he was also an avid hockey player.
Born on October 5th, 1945
Bryan played the positions of outfield, catcher, and as a southpaw pitcher. He won the M.S.B.L. crown in 1962, 1963 and 1964 and was named to the first All-Star Team in 1965, 1970, and 1971. In 1967 he attended the St. Louis Cardinals training camp.
Born on April 9th, 1948-October 7th, 2002
Mel primarily played in the outfield but also served as a pitcher. In 1967 he signed a contract with the St. Louis Cardinals and attended their training camp in St. Petersburg, Florida. In his fourteen-year career, he hit thirty-two home runs and in one game was intentionally walked five times.