Baseball Manitoba

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Baseball Manitoba
Logo-baseball-manitoba.gif
Sport Baseball
Jurisdiction Manitoba
Founded 1968 (1968)
Affiliation Baseball Canada
Headquarters Winnipeg
President Tony Siemens
Chief Exec Morgan de Peña
Other key staff Jason Miller, Brenda Horz
Sponsor Sport Manitoba
Official website
baseballmanitoba.ca
Canada
Manitoba

Baseball Manitoba, or the Manitoba Baseball Association, is the governing body for amateur baseball in the province of Manitoba, Canada. It was founded in 1968 and is the provincial branch of Baseball Canada. Its role is to promote the sport, encourage player development, and oversee all organized competition in Manitoba. It currently has approximately 10,000 members.[1]

Leagues[edit]

  • Senior
    • Border West Senior League
    • Brandon Senior Baseball League
    • Manitoba Senior Baseball League
    • Santa Clara Senior League
    • Southwest Senior League
    • Thompson Senior League
    • Winnipeg Senior Baseball League
  • Junior
    • Manitoba Junior Baseball League
    • Winnipeg Junior Baseball League
  • Minor
    • Bonivital Minor
    • Brandon Minor
    • Carillon Minor
    • Cross Lake Minor Ball
    • Interlake Minor
    • Kenora Minor
    • Midwest Minor
    • North Winnipeg Minor
    • Oil Dome Minor
    • Parkland Minor
    • Pembina Hills Minor
    • Portage Minor
    • Red River Valley Sports League
    • South Central Minor
    • St. James Minor
    • Winnipeg South Minor
    • Winnipeg AAA Baseball

Management Committee[edit]

    • President - Tony Siemens (Rosenort)
    • Past President - Ken Sharpe (Minnedosa)
    • Vice-President Finance - David Whitehead (Winnipeg)
    • Vice-President Policy - Winston Smith (Winnipeg)
    • Vice-President Coaching - Faron Asham (Brandon)
    • Vice-President Competition - Terry Couvier (Winnipeg)
    • Vice-President High Performance - Cal Hawley (Winnipeg)
    • Vice-President Sport Development - Joe Raposo (Winnipeg)
    • Vice-President Marketing - Ryan Davies (Winnipeg)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Home Run Hero". Manitoba Co-operator. 2011-11-17. 

External links[edit]