Remember when: 1953

This 1953 Manfred Giants softball team played in a fun league in and around the Bashaw area

1953 Manfred Giants softball team

This 1953 Manfred Giants softball team played in a fun league in and around the Bashaw area, with most of the games going on the popular Bashaw Fair Grounds, which still plays host to many community events to this day.

The team was coached by Walter Schultz, and pictured are, standing: Ken Schultz, Harold Radke, Glen Schultz, and Bernal Scheirman; then kneeling up front is: Donald Dubitz, Bob Nelson, James Moltzhan, Wilfred Toth, Gordon Schultz, and Dennis Schultz.

Hope you are all having a great ball season this time around.

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