Chartrand was a right handed pitcher who played for fifteen teams over thirty years (1961-91) in Canada and Australia, including three prarie provinces. Caldwell played on Team Manitoba in First Canada Summer Games at Halifax (1969) and again in 1972 when Canadian championships were in Brandon. He played for St. Laurent Alouettes, Warren, Blamoral, Transcona Atomic, St. Lazare Athletics, Ste. Agathe Bisons, and McAuly Blazers from 1961-74.Chartrand played in Brisbane Major Baseball League on the Queensland State Team and Australian National Team (1974-82). Chartrand led Queensland with two wins in tri State series in 1974 at Sydney N.S.W. He pitched a 209 strikout no hitter on October 21, 1979 against Ipswich Musketeers. Chartrand had a 15-3 record with 1.51 ERA in first year 1974-75. In 1983 he played for the Saskatoon Patrick Liners, who won bronze medals at Canadians in Sudbury. From 1984-91 Chartrand played for the Teulon Cardinals and Elmwood Giants in Redboine Senior League, struck out sisteen batters in a five inning tournament game at annual Kenora tournament game. Chartrand had a 6-2 record with the Calgary Giants in 1974. Paul Chartrand is now a teacher and law professor at the Universtiy of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon.