Neil Andrews was a tireless volunteer who had a great sense of humour. Andrews involvement in baseball began as a volunteer in 1983. Andrews was the founder of both the Westman Super League of Curling and the Brandon Ora Dental Marlins Senior Baseball team. Neil started the Ora Dental Marlins Senior Baseball team in 1995 and continued to manage the team. Neil guided the Marlins to four Manitoba Senior Baseball League titles. Andrews also coached minor and senior baseball in Brandon. As a coach he taught his players respect for the game as well as themselves. Although he was very demanding he wanted the best for his players. Neil Andrews was a fiery competitor and never had any trouble speaking his mind. He was the director of the Westbran Stadium Group since its inception. Westbran Stadium in Brandon was renamed Andrews Field after Andrews because of his involvement at the Stadium and in sports Manitoba. Neil Andrews helped not only the Manitoba Senior Baseball League, but Minor Baseball and baseball throughout the entire province as well.