Western Canada Baseball 1978
1978 Rosters 
1978 Stats
1978 Tournaments / Exhibitions

 

     
SASKATCHEWAN MAJOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
Moose Jaw Devons
18
8
Regina Red Sox
13
10
3.5
Eston Ramblers
12
12
5.0
Unity Cardinals
10
14
7.0
Saskatoon Patrick Liners
8
15
8.5
1978 Game Reports   
1978 Photo Gallery   
1978 Snapshots   
     
       
ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE
Barrhead Cardinals, Edmonton Tigers, Lac La Biche Dodgers, Red Deer Border Players, Stony Plain Dusters
1978 Game Reports 
1978 Alberta Photo Gallery     
1978 Alberta Snapshots       
 
SUNBURST BASEBALL LEAGUE
Camrose Cubs, Edmonton Blue Willow Angels, Edmonton Cardinals, Edmonton Dusters, Fort Saskatchewan Red Sox, St. Albert A’s, Westbank Steelers
 
SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUNIOR LEAGUE
Calgary Broncos, Calgary Royals, Calgary Spikes, Lethbridge Miners, Medicine Hat Legion Tigers
 
MANITOBA SENIOR LEAGUE
NORTH - Angusville, Binscarth, Dauphin, Grandview, McAuley  
SOUTH - Brandon, Hamiota, Neepawa, Riverside, Souris, Virden
 
EASTERN MANITOBA LEAGUE
Carman, Giroux, Legion #141, Portage, River East, St. Boniface Native Sons, Springfield, Sundown
 
SOUTH-WEST BASEBALL LEAGUE
Deloraine Royals, Lyleton Leafs, Melita Beavers, Tilston, Waskada Orioles
 
SANTA CLARA BASEBALL LEAGUE
Austin Kernals, Carberry Royals, Cypress River Comets, Glenboro Canucks, Holland Athletics
 
INTERLAKE BASEBALL LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION - Ashern, Eriksdale, Inwood Royals, Lundar, St. Laurent Rams, Oak Point Eagles SOUTH DIVISION - Balmoral Orioles, Grosse Isle Blue Jays, St. Laurent Clubs, Stonewall Jays, Teulon Cardinals, Warren 
 
MANITOBA JUNIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
Carman Goldeyes, Charleswood Chiefs, Elmwood Giants, Gateway Braves, Legion #141 Veterans, River East Raiders, Springfield Indians, St. Boniface Legionnaires, St. James A’s, Transcona Jaycees
1978 Manitoba Photo Gallery   
1978 Manitoba Snapshots    
1978 Manitoba Game Reports   
1978 East Manitoba All-Stars    
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PACIFIC METRO LEAGUE
Bellingham Bells, Burnaby Astros, New Westminster Auroras, North Shore Mountaineers, Richmond Fraser Arms, Surrey Sports, Vancouver Pharaohs, Vancouver Puccinis
 
VICTORIA SENIOR LEAGUE
Capital Radiators, Dairy Queen, Farmer Construction, Gorge Hotel, Greaves Movers
 
PACIFIC COAST JUNIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
Burnaby Steelers, North Shore Mountaineers, Surrey Sandpipers, Vancouver Pharoahs, Vancouver TOS
1978 Vancouver, Lower Mainland Reports    
1978 BC Interior Reports     
1978 Vancouver Island Reports   
1978 Photo Gallery    
1978 BC Snapshots   
1978 Mid-Island All-Stars   
 
MID-ISLAND BASEBALL LEAGUE
Campbell River Athletics, Lake Cowichan Lakers, Nanaimo Harewood Sports Royals,
Nanaimo Villas, Port Alberni Souther 68’ers
 
QUESNEL SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
Billy Barker Inn, Cariboo Clippers, Jen’s Hobos, Kopetski A’s
 
PRINCE GEORGE SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
Labatts, Lomacks, Martin & Sons Loggers, Northern Mountain Truck Service
 
BULKLEY VALLEY BASEBALL LEAGUE
Hazleton Braves, Houston Bees, Moricetown Cubs, Moricetown Grizzlies, Smithers Glaciers, Terrace Reds
 
ONTARIO      
INTERCOUNTY LEAGUE       
Brantford Red Sox, Cambridge Terriers, Guelph Forums, Hamilton Cardinals, Kitchener Panthers, London Majors, St. Thomas Elgins, Stratford Hillers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Waterloo Tigers
       
       

 

1978

 

Eston Ramblers captured the SMBL title for the second time in the four years of the league downing the pennant-winning Moose Jaw Devons in three straight games in the final.  Eston won six consecutive playoff games en route to the championship.

Andy LoganRegina's Andy Logan, the 1978 batting champion, has been named the SMBL's Most Valuable Player.  Logan (left) who hit .452 and led the circuit in hits, doubles and triples, was one of four starters from the Red Sox on the Saskatchewan Major Baseball League first all-star team. Another three made the second squad and a Regina player was named Rookie of the Year.

Logan was selected as the all-star catcher while Regina third baseman Bill Bell and outfielders Doug Simon and Ross Mahoney joined him on the dream team.

Greg ZuninoMoose Jaw placed three on the first squad, right-handed pitcher Pete Maus, lefty Rod Heisler and outfielder Jim Baba.  Saskatoon had a pair, outfielder Roy Kemp and second baseman Cal Thompson. Shortstop Greg Zunino of Eston (right) rounded out the team.

Ross Lynd of the Red Sox was named the circuit's top rookie.

The second team featured one of the first teamers, but at a different position. Pete Maus was selected as an outfielder. Moose Jaw teammate Ned Andreoni was named shortstop. Regina had three players, first baseman Rich Gergley, second baseman Jim Paisley and pitcher Randy Sawa who tied for his spot with Bob Currie of Moose Jaw.  Right-handed pitcher Jerry Wek made the alternate squad as did third sacker Don Sasser and outfielder Randy Arthur of Eston and three from Unity, outfielders Ken Haanen and Gord Johnson and catcher Gary Wilburn.