Andrew Collier

Andrew started working for the Winnipeg Goldeyes in 1994 and was named General Manager in December 2001. His skills I. guiding the Goldeyes earned him Northern League Executive of the Year awards in 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2009. He earned similar donors in the American Association in 2014 while also guiding the team to 2012, 2016 and 2017 league championships. The Goldeyes have been named Organization of the Year in their leagues on seven occasions under Andrews 16 years at the helm. Under his leadership the Goldeyes have hosted tow very successful league all-star games; set independent ball attendance records; created the Winnipeg Goldeyes Field of Dreams Foundation; created numerous fundraising partnerships between the Goldeyes and Winnipeg charities; and partnered with the Manitoba baseball Hall of Fame game at Shaw Park. Andrew has also found the time to contribute baseball as a member of the Baseball Manitoba High Performance committee and Charleswood Minor Baseball Association.

Faron Asham

Asham has an extensive resume in coaching and administration of baseball in western and northern Manitoba. He has been actively coaching at various levels from Grassroots to High Performance since 1985. He has also served on Executive committees in several associations and leagues since 1989 and has been on the Baseball Manitoba Executive Committee for the past 16 years. Faron has been recognized for such honours as Baseball Manitoba’s 2003 Volunteer of the Year; Provincial, Regional, and National 2004 Aboriginal Coach of the Year; Baseball Manitoba’s 2004, 2012 and 2017 High Performance Coach of the Year; and 2004 and 2012 Baseball Canada’s Volunteer of the Year nominee. He recently served as President of Brandon Minor Baseball and Simplot Millenium Park for 10 years. In 2017, Faron was the Head Coach of Team Manitoba for the Canada Summer Games and won the silver medal. This was the first Canada Games baseball medal awarded to Manitoba since 1985.