The Inductees from the Toews family of Plum Coulee include Ron, Garry, Brian, and Bill Toews and their father Peter Toews.
Peter Toews coached the Plum Coulee Pirates, where he was known as Mr Baseball, for many years. He coached the Senior team, many of whom were 20 years or younger, and was intramental in many of the players development. All four of his sons became strong players as well.
Ron Toews was a pitcher/shortstop for many different Manitoban teams including the Plum Coulee Pirates Senior Baseball team, the Plum Coulee Junior Team, with Winkler for the Manitoba Juvenile Provincials (which they won), the Brandon Cloverleafs, and the St. Agathe Bisons for the 1970 Canadian Nationals.
Garry Toews also played on many various teams including the Plum Coulee Little League Team, the Pembina North All-Stars, various bantam teams, the Brandon Manco Kings Junior Baseball Team, and the Carman Goldeyes Junior Baseball Team (inducted into the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004).
Bill Toews played first base for Plum Coulee, Miami, Notre Dame De Lourdes, and the Winnipeg Knights. One of the highlights of his baseball career is the two games in which he hit 3 home runs at 3 consecutive bats for each game.
Brian Toews played first base with the Plum Coulee Pirates Senior Baseball team, and the Plum Coulee Junior team.