Roy Seidler is a player and builder of the sport of baseball. Seidler started at age 15 and played with the Giroux athletics for 38 years. he spent 14 years playing Twilight Ball, winning three Western Canada titles from 1988-90. Seidler played with Team Alberta for 3 years in Senior Baseball World Series in Phoenix Arizona. He was the Redboine League pitcher of the year in 1980, twice in one season stole second, third and home in the same at bat player. Seidler was the coach of the Redboine All Stars in 1981 at Nationals in Winnipeg.He played with the Carillom Sultans for 8 years winning 5 W.S.B.L. championships. Seidler was the founding president for 8 years of Carillon Minor Baseball League, which formed over 100 teeams to register with Baseball Manitoba. Seidler also started midget, junior, and senior baseball in Eastman, was the 1996 M.B.A. Honour Society inductee, spent 3 years with M.B.A. Competition Committee, was the director with the Canadian Old Timers Association and was active in high school athletics and minor hockey.