Right - Right-hander Fred Cardwell
of the Moose Jaw Regals.
The Canadian fireballer from Regina was the league's top pitcher tying for the lead in wins, with seven, and compiling the best winning percentage (.825, 7-1).
He also topped the circuit with a 1.57 erarned run average.
Cardwell made eight starts and had seven complete games.
Below - catcher Larry Tollefson of Moose Jaw connecting for a three-run home run off Ross Stone of Melville. (July 19, 1970).
Jim Paisley of the Regina Red Sox scores his club's first run against the Yorkton Cardinals .
Plate umpire Owen Gillstrom looks on while the ball arrives too late for Cardinals' catcher Larry Rochholz to apply a tag.
(Regina Leader-Post June 3, 1970)
Winner of Moose Jaw's Rack-Shipley Award, catcher Larry Toillefson.
The trophy is presented each year to the player showing the most hustle all season in practice and in the big games.
The winner retains the trophy for one year and receives a Shipley suit of his choice.
Ivan Gutfriend won in 1966.
Lorne Humphreys, 1967
Tim Young, 1968
Ned Andreoni, 1969