1967 Saskatchewan Snapshots      

 

Don PoindexterAlf SedranKen Ewasiuk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left - in Northern Saskatchewan action, Kindersley's Don Poindexter singles in two runs against Saskatoon Commodores.  The catcher is Vic Dutka, the umpire, Don Taman looks on.  Middle - Right-hander Alf Sedran of the Calgary Odeons of the Alberta Major Baseball League.  Right - Lefty Ken Ewasiuk of the Edmonton Blue Willow Angels of the AMBL.

Ned Andreoni came up from California in 1967 to suit up with the Moose Jaw in the Southern League and had a sparkling career in Saskatchewan, winning induction into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Below, Andreoni and catcher Steve Herzog in batting practice at Fresno City College.

Andreoni Fresno City College

Pan Am trial Poindexter batting

Left - One of the tryout camps for Canada's Pan Am team was held at Cairns Field in Saskatoon.  Left to right - Bob Brown of Saskatoon, Dave Anderson of Outlook, coach Gerry McKay of Brandon, Edd Tabashniuk of Cudworth.

Right - Kindersley's Don Poindexter singles in two runs against Saskatoon Commodores.  The catcher is Vic Dutka, the umpire, Don Taman looks on.

Exhibition Stars

 

Stars of the 1967 Saskatoon Exhbition Tournament. Left - Mike Young of the Unity Cardinals who won the $50 prize for the pitcher with the most strikeouts in an individual game - 15. He also fanned another 8 in a relief appearance. Centre - Ross Stone who took the $50 prize for the first home run of the tournament. Right - Lane Jackson of Kindersley  Klippers who had the most total bases and took home a $50 award.