Shane Moffatt was one of the most dominant senior players in Manitoba for more than 20 years. He was an outstanding shortstop, pitcher and hitter and he played for Portage and Carman in the Red-Boine League, Souris, Brandon, and Birtle in the Manitoba Senior League. Shane led the Carman Goldeyes of the Red-Boine league to five Manitoba titles in six years from 1983-86 and was on nine provincial championship teams. He won with the Brandon Cloverleafs in 1996 and the Birtle Blue Jays in 2000, 2002, 2004. Shane also won the Manitoba Baseball Association’s Senior Player of the year in 1987, 1996, 1998, and 2000 ¨ Was on a M.S.B.L. first all star team nine times. He was a three time winner of the loops top pitcher award in 1993 at 6-1; 1998 at 8-1; and 2000 at 7-0. Also won 4 top pitcher awards with the Red-Boine League, where he also was named the Rookie of the Year in 1984. Shane was named the M.S.B.L. League MVP in 1998 and 2000 and on three other occasions with the Red-Boine League. He also won the league play off MVP on six occasions, ten including those won in the Red-Boine league. He was also a member of the league champion teams eight times and Was named to M.S.B.L. 40 year all star team in 2000. Shane was selected to Manitoba’s 20th century all star team as a utility player, and is the son of inductee Barry Moffatt.