Day Camps and Specialty Camps
Bingo revenue is provided by Sport Manitoba through Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries. There is no longer a need for volunteers to attend Bingo events. Baseball Manitoba in now requesting applications for funds.
The Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum is proud to announce its 2018 inductees. The inductees include outstanding players, builders, and teams who have left their legacy both on and off the baseball field.
Individuals: Faron Asham, Andrew Collier, Troy Fortin, Doug Freeth, Jason Mateychuk, Terry Mayert, Trevor Proctor
Teams: Major Teams: Brandon Marlins (1999-2008), Morden Mohawks (1993-2000)
Small Community Team: Warren Seniors (1974-1979)
Special Category: Ron Shewchuk - Umpire, Carman Goldeyes Juniors (1971-1974)
2017 Identification Camp
NOTICE - DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER IN PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE THE 14 U TEAM MANITOBA TEAM EVALUATION SCRIMMAGES SCHEDULED FOR SEPT 16 ARE CANCELLED. FUTURE INFORMATION ABOUT THE 14U PROGRAM WILL BE EMAILED OUT BEFORE OR ON SEPTEMBER 20TH.
Britney Langlais (Garson), Katie Heppner (Winkler) and Sarah Moir (Winnipeg) were named as a part of 31 athletes invited to participate in the Women’s National Team’s 2017 summer program. The athletes were selected from the Women’s Invitational Championships in Windsor, Ontario. Athletes, coaches and staff will travel to Washington, DC and will be split into two teams with each playing a four-game series against two teams from USA Baseball from August 9th to 13th.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes Baseball Club, in conjunction with the Baseball Manitoba, will provide three (3) $1,000.00 post-secondary scholarships annually. The presentation will be made at the Goldeyes home game on August 11, 2017.
The Winners for 2017 are:
Jordan Peck (Winnipeg)
John Patmore (Pipestone)
Katie Heppner (Winkler)
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