In the Media

Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame Administrator Is Retiring

9 May 2022

The Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame Museum (MBHOF) annually selects outstanding Manitoba athletes, coaches, officials, builders, and teams. It also gathers memories of the past and present associated with the history of baseball in Manitoba, located in Morden at the Access Centre. The organization held its first banquets (1997-1998) in Brandon and incorporated in 1998. […]



26 April 2022

2022 Manitoba Baseball Hall of FameInduction Ceremonies Banquet Saturday June 4th, 2022 Morden Recreation Centre  (Access Event Centre) 111 Gilmour Street, Morden MB Cocktails 4:00 PM          Dinner  5:00 PM Cash Bar This function is the Major Fundraiser to maintain the operation of the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum. Your […]


Call for Donations

7 December 2021

At the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, we are committed to preserving and displaying artifacts of baseball history in our province. Our collection consists entirely of donations from our members and supporters of baseball in Manitoba, and we are always looking for items to add to our exhibits. Donations made in memoriam are […]



21 September 2021

Foundation  Donations   or Patron  program Donations can be made in support of the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame. Please consider supporting  this worthwhile organization. Tax receipts will be issued for your donation. Please retain your printed receipt for income tax purposes. Click Here To Donate — Foundation Donations — Go to our permanent endowment fund […]


Important Notice

6 August 2021

With the easing up of restrictions on Saturday, August 7th, we look forward to welcoming more of our visitors back to the museum. We want to do this safely for everyone. Please note the following measures will be in effect at the museum: Masks Recommended While not mandatory, we recommend that everyone wears a mask […]



3 August 2021

The All American Girls Professional Baseball League was a league that operated in cities located on or near Lake Michigan. It began in 1943. The main promoter was Philip Wrigley, owner of the Chicago Cubs, who was worried about the viability of (men’s) pro baseball during World War Two, and decided to establish an alternate […]


Artifact of The Day:

28 July 2021

Unable to afford the cost of new uniforms, the Smitty’s Cubs turned to an alternative way of creating uniforms. The Cubs would use flour sacks to create their uniforms. This jersey is one of our favourite artifacts here at the museum and was worn by George Smith.