Mike Levandosky was a highly respected competitor and sportsman who could hit, run, field, and throw at top levels. He played 23 seasons in MSBL and retired with a .328 lifetime batting average, 58 homers, 330 RBI’s, and 97 stolen bases. He was selected sixteen times to league’s first all star team and three times to second team. Levandosky played for Neepawa Cubs 1980 – 1981, and Neepawa Farmers 1982 – 2001, 2003 where they won the pennant in 1986, 1991, 1996, the league championship in 1993, 1997, and the Manitoba championship in 1997. He was an outfielder for MSBL’s 40th anniversary all star team in 2000. He was chosen MVP of the League in both 1989 and 1991. A Member of Team ‘Toba at seven Western Canadian championships and three national championships between 1985 and 2000. H was an all star center fielder for Team ‘Toba bronze medalists at national senior tournament in 1985 in Kentville, Nova Scotia. Levandosky coached Neepawa Farmers and assistant coach of Neepawa Midgets, provincial and Western champions in 2003, provincial champions in 2004.