Picture: Back row: Isaac Walker, Don Jamieson, Mike Jones, Leon Garinger, Rick Dale, Garth Sararas, Ross Jamieson. Front row: Bill Walley, Wally Fleury, Oscar Walker, Dave Pearson, Ray Simms, Fred Chabiel
Team: Ron Baron, Dave Bender, Al Bray, Fred Chabiel, Paul Chartrand, Vern Coulter, Bill Cundiff, Rick Dale, Randy Earl, Bill Fairbairn, Ron Falloon, Don Fleury, Wally Fleury, Leon Garinger, Louis Guay, Mervin Haney, Eric Ireland, Don Jamieson, Ross Jamieson, Gord Johnston, Garry Keating, Merrill Kiliwnik, Elgin Knight, Claude Lambert, Dale Lowes, Jim McLachlin, Roy McLachlin, Larry McWilliams, Reg Parton, Dave Pearson, Keith Redman, Russ Reid, Marv Robinson, Garth Sararas, Wade Sauter, Ray Simms, Delmar Stainer, Orville Stainer, Bob Thompson, Mickey Torrez, Barry Underwood, Bill Walley, Ted Woods, Isaac Walker, Oscar Walker,
Executive Members: Roy Cuthill, Tom Dale, Eileen Dale, Frank Dale, Eugene Fouillard, Jacques Guay
The Athletics had a powerful team with devoted, enthusiastic fans. St. Lazare certainly demonstrated that a small town could support a high quality team. They competed in the Manitoba Senior Baseball League. They won the League pennant in 1964 and lost in the finals in 1964. In 1965 they won the League championship and then the provincial Senior AAA championship. Among the top players were Dave Pearson, Oscar Walker, and Ike Walker, all recruited from Satchel Paige’s touring all stars. Southpaw Bill Cundiff struck out 170 in 1963, still an MSBL record. Others on the team were Manitoba Hall of Fame members Ray Simms, Bob Thompson, Roy Cuthill, Claude Lambert, Paul Chartrand.