Born in 1969, from Hamiota, Manitoba and passed away in 2019.
During his career with Hamiota, Todd attended eight provincial championships, nine Western Canadian baseball championships, and five National championships.
In 1989, he was on Team Manitoba and participated in the Canada Summer Games.
He played in the Manitoba Senior Baseball League for six seasons split between Hamiota and Virden and made five all-star teams.
In the 1991 season, Todd won the batting title with a .442 batting average.
In 1993, he joined the University of North Dakota Fight Sioux baseball team and attended the NCAA Division 2 National championship.
For the 1994 season, he played professional baseball with the Chillicothe Paints of the Frontier Baseball League.
In 1995 and 1996, he was a member of the Weyburn Beavers and won the Canadian Senior A championship in the latter year.
Born February 11, 1939, from Warren, Manitoba.
Began playing baseball at the age of thirteen.
At age sixteen, he played for the Warren Juveniles as well as the Warren Seniors.
In 1957 the Warren Juveniles won the Juvenile championship in a 17-inning marathon. Laurie had five hits and stole third base five times.
He then played a couple years with the Warren Juniors in the Winnipeg Junior League and two years in the Parochial League.
Next, Laurie played for the Balmoral Orioles in the Winnipeg Senior League.
In 1967, he was the league batting champion and MVP with a .419 batting average and 25 stolen bases.
Laurie also played with Stonewall in the Winnipeg Senior League and with Warren in the Interlake League.
Played organized baseball into his 40’s and continued to find success on the field in the Senior League’s.
Born April 21, 1970, from Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Played with the Canadian Polish Athletic Club until 1985 as a pitcher and infielder.
Played for the Legion 141 midget and junior AAA teams.
In midget, he won league all-star for both years and was Baseball Manitoba’s Minor Player of the Year in 1987.
In midget, he went to the Western Canadian baseball championship as a member of Interlake and Winnipeg South.
In junior, he was a regular starting pitcher and played all four infield positions.
Was named a league all-star in 1989, 1990, and 1991, and went to a Western Canadian baseball championship for the Elmwood Giants in 1989.
Keith pitched for Team Manitoba at the 1989 Canada Summer Games.
From 1989-1990, Keith attended Victor Valley College of the California Foothills Junior College Conference on a baseball scholarship.
During the 1990 college season, he led the team in wins, ERA, and strikeouts.
From 1991-1998 Keith played senior baseball with Legion 141 of the Red Boine Baseball League and then played with the Elmwood Giants of the Winnipeg Senior Baseball League from 1999-2004.
With Elmwood, he brought home two gold medals and one silver medal from the Western Canadian baseball championship.
He was a perennial all-star in both senior leagues and won league MVP in 2000 for Elmwood.
Since 2010, he has helped coach his children in the North Winnipeg Minor Baseball Association.
Born August 11, 1971, from Boissevain, Manitoba.
Most of his career was spent with the Boissevain Centennials, however he did play one season with the Killarney Lakers and won Rookie of the Year.
During his time with the Centennials from 1988-2017, his team won the league championship nine times.
With the Centennials, he also won four senior AA provincial championships.
At the 1996 championship, he was named the tournament MVP.
Junior was named the top pitcher in his league on four different occasions and claimed the batting title in two seasons.
With the Centennials, Junior often led the team in games pitched, innings pitched, and batters faced.
The Baldur Regals picked Junior up for the Western Canadian baseball championship in 2009 and 2015 and claimed top spot both times.
During the 2009 Western Canadian championship, he was selected as the top pitcher of the tournament.
Since 2017, he has been a member of the Centennials coaching staff and coaches the Southwest Baseball League all-star team at provincials.
Born February 1, 1965, from Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Played for St. Boniface and attended National Championships in 1979 and 1981. Also went to a Western Canadian Championship in 1982.
Joined the St. Boniface Legionnaires of the Manitoba Junior Baseball League in 1984 and won all-star honours for three seasons.
In 1985, Jeff had an outstanding season. He won league MVP in the Manitoba Junior Baseball League, won the Baseball Manitoba Senior Player of the Year with the St. Boniface Native Sons, and attended the Canada Summer Games where he hit .450 and captured a silver medal.
He was a part of St. Boniface Native Sons Senior baseball club which won the Red Boine Senior Baseball League from 1989-1993, and again in 1995. Also won multiple Provincial Senior Championships during this time.
In 2007, the St. Boniface Native Sons were inducted into the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame and Jeff was a member of that team.
Began his coaching career in 2000 and has coached multiple U13, U15, and U18 teams including the Bonivital Black Sox, Team Manitoba, and the Winnipeg South Chiefs.
In 2015 and 2021 Jeff won Baseball Manitoba High Performance Coach of the Year award.
As a coach, he continues to find success and has led teams to multiple National and Western Canadian Baseball Championships.
Born March 2, 1977, from Boissevain, Manitoba.
Began his career in Boissevain for the local team.
From 1993-1995 he was chosen to be a member of Manitoba’s Youth Team.
Began playing for the Boissevain Centennials in the Southwest Baseball League when he was just seventeen years old.
During his time playing for Boissevain, his lifetime batting average was .388, and he was selected fourteen times to the Southwest Baseball League all-star team.
Also played in the Manitoba Senior Baseball League with the Neepawa Farmers and the Birtle Blue Jays.
In 27 out of 28 baseball seasons from 1990-2017, Corey played in at least one of the following championship tournaments including Provincials, Western Canadian Championships, or a Canadian National Championship.
Corey was a member of three teams which have previously been inducted into the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame. These include the Boissevain Centennials, Neepawa Farmers, and the Birtle Blue Jays.
Following his playing career, Corey became the manager of the Boissevain Centennials who continue to be a dominate team in the Southwest Baseball League and senior baseball within Manitoba.
Provincial title winner with Elmwood Giants Midget Team
Bronze medal winner with the 1989 Manitoba Youth Team
Participated with Team Canada 18 and under in 1990
Manitoba Junior League Champion in 1990, while receiving an MJBL all star award, and the Top RH Pitcher
1990 Manitoba Senior Baseball Player of the Year
Attended Itasca Community College 1991-1992
Named Junior College Athletic Association All-Region ⅩⅢ Pitcher, and set the school record for lowest ERA
Attended the National Baseball Institute in Vancouver, BC 1993
Played with the Moose Jaw Millers in 1993 and 1994, and won Saskatchewan Major Baseball League Provincial AAA Championship
1994-1995 played Division 1 baseball at Illinois State University
All-Conference pitcher for Valley City State University 1996
1997-2002 played professional baseball in the Northern League
Member of 2000 Senior Team Canada
Pitched in Colombian Professional Baseball League 2001-2002
Began his baseball career with Selkirk Minor ball
Played with Team Manitoba in 1989 at the National Youth Select Tournament where they earned bronze
Selected as all-star catcher for the National Youth Select Tournament in 1989
Represented Canada in the World Junior Championships in Trois Rivers, Quebec in 1989
1989 Manitoba Baseball Player of the Year
1989 Interlake Athlete of the Year
Finalist for the Manitoba Athlete of the Year award
In 1990, Andrew participated for Team Manitoba, and placed third
Andrew represented Team Canada at the World Junior Championships in Havana, Cuba during 1990 as they placed 3rd
Received a baseball scholarship to the National Baseball Institute in Vancouver, BC
Signed by the Winnipeg Goldeyes in 1994 where he played three years with the team
Opened Western Canada’s first indoor baseball and softball teaching facility, where he has helped 117 high school athletes fulfill their dream of playing in a university program
Outstanding player at several positions as he started his baseball career with Lundar Minor Baseball. He moved on to play for the Interlake Orioles, Legion 141, and the Teulon Cardinals
Drafted in the 6th round by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1995
Played minor league baseball for the Blue Jay’s affiliates in Dunedin, St. Catherine’s and Medicine Hat
Put up a solid .329 batting average while playing in Medicine Hat
Played for Team Manitoba, and Team Canada
MBA Youth Athlete of the Year in 1994
Canadian Player of the Year in 1994
Manitoba Junior Baseball batting average title in 1994
Manitoba Youth Athlete of the Year in 1995
Chosen to play on Team Canada for the World Championships in Brandon, Manitoba where he put up a .346 tournament batting average
Played in the 1997 season for the Winnipeg Goldeyes
Served as president of Interlake Minor Baseball association for four years
Member of the Baseball MB Grassroots and Competition committee
Career fielding percentage of .993 as a catcher
Leader and standout within the Souris Minor Baseball program
Les was an infielder and pitcher for the Souris Cardinals in 1981, 1983-1987
Played for Riverside in 1988 and 1990, and briefly in 1991 and 1993
He was named as a MSBL 1st team all-star in 1989
In 1985, 86′, 87′, 88′, 89′, and 1990, Les was named a 2nd team all-star player
Obtained a career batting average of .300
Pitched 411 career innings, which included 384 strikeouts
Showed solid fielding abilities when he wasn’t pitching as he locked down the left side of the infield
Competed for Team Manitoba
Dual sport athlete while excelling in hockey for the Souris Elks Senior team
Selected as a 1st team all-star in 1989, which helped him earn his spot on Team Manitoba for the Canadian Western’s in St. Albert, Alberta
Member of the Bison team who earned the national championship gold medal in Sarnia, ON in 1981