Gerry Falk was a player and builder, an outstanding southpaw pitcher and coach. He won 4 M.J.B.L. titles with the Carman Goldyes (1971-74), was named the M.J.B.L. all star 4 times, and won 4 M.J.B.L. titles with the Carman Goldeyes (1971-74). Gerry was named the top pitcher at Nationals (1973), and pitched the opening game for Mayville State College (1972-76). Gerry’s overall pitching record 27-8 with 3 district championships, pitched for Team Canada in 1977-78, 80 against Korea, Japan and Nicararagua. His senior baseball record- Dauphin Redbirds (1975), Binscarth Orioles 1976-79, Teulon Cards 1980-81, Carman Goldeyes 1982-92, Portage Athletics 1993, Brandon Cloverleafs 1995, Birtle Blue Jays 1998, played in National and Western Canada senior championships for 15 consecutive years , from 1973-88. Gerry was the Manitoba Youth Coach from 1989-90, 96-97, the Carman Goldeyes seniors playing head coach 1985-93 (5 MB champions), head coach for the Carman Goldeyes Juniors 1997-99 with 3 consecutive championships. Gerry was one of the two founders of the Manitoba high school baseball league 1994-2000, Major League scouting Bureau (MB region) 1991-2004. He was also a very successful high school coach at Gretna MCI and Carman in soccer, volleyball, basketball, hockey, badminton, and track & field until he moved to Cochrane in 2004 to teach and coach in Calgary Alberta but has since returned to teach at Winkler’s Garden Valley Collegiate.