• 1973 Melville Midget Elks Baseball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Midget Baseball Champions, 1973. Between 1968 and 1977 Melville baseball teams won eight Provincial championships and two Western Canadian championships.  Their crowning achievement came in 1973, when the Melville Elks won the first ever Canadian Midget Baseball Championships. Read more →

  • Millie Warwick McAuley

    Mildred “Mille” (Warwick) McAuley

    Mildred McAuley, “Mille” was an all-around athlete as a youngster and competed in many sports. She took part successfully in track and field, softball, basketball, gymnastics, volleyball, and speed skating. Her softball skills at third base became her ticket to Read more →

  • Muriel Coben

    Muriel Coben

    Raised on a farm at Tessier, Saskatchewan, Coben was born into a family of talented ball players. Coben started her career for the Tessier Millionaires in 1936 and had a successful season as they went undefeated. Coben began her softball Read more →

  • Andy Zwack

    Andy Zwack has been part of the Canadian baseball scene since 1931.  In Saskatchewan, he introduced the concept of umpire schools. He is best known for his contribution to umpire development and has held senior positions at all levels of Read more →

  • David Shury, Q.C.

    Dave Shury grew up in the Wilkie area where he played and developed his passion for baseball at an early age.  In the mid 1950s, Shury became involved in the administrative side of his sport by organizing and managing several Read more →

  • Terrance “Terry” Puhl

    After dominating provincial baseball, Terry Puhl signed with the Houston Astros, in 1973, at age 17.  His 15-year pro career began in 1977, playing 14 seasons with the Astros, and winning three divisional titles. Puhl’s lifetime numbers include a .280 Read more →

  • Peter “Pete” Prediger

    During an athletic career that spanned more than 40 years, Pete Prediger became known as an outstanding competitor, coach and official in baseball and hockey. Prediger was associated with the Neilberg Monarchs for 38 years, as a player, and a Read more →

  • Cas Pielak

    Cas Pielak was a player and coach before turning his attentions to the administration of sport. In 1972, Pielak became the president of the Saskatchewan Baseball Association, establishing a central office for the province.  Cas was president of Baseball Canada, Read more →

  • Arleene (Johnson) Noga

    Arleene Noga began playing softball in high school.  In 1945, she was scouted from Regina and tried out for the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.  Starting with the Fort Wayne Daisies, Noga became a Muskegon Lassie in her second Read more →

  • Daisy Junor

    In 1945, Daisy Junor was scouted by the All American Girls Professional Baseball League to play with the South Bend Blue Sox team in Indiana.  Between 1946 and 1949, Daisy was an all-star fielder and power hitter for the team. Read more →

  • Reginald “Reggie” Cleveland

    Reggie was born in Swift Current and began his baseball career in Moose Jaw playing Little League. He demonstrated his pitching skills by throwing his first no-hitter at age 13. By the time he was 15, Reggie was pitching in Read more →

  • Mary “Bonnie” Baker

    Mary Baker was born in Regina, July 10th, 1919. She has been actively involved in sport in our province since the age of 13 when she started playing softball with the local minor league teams. In 1943 when P.K. Wrigley Read more →