The Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, now the “Home of Canada’s Biggest Bat”, wishes to express sincere appreciation to the following individuals for donating and volunteering their time, talent, skill and effort in the  transportation, preparation of the site, and securing this huge baseball bat on the east side of the building at 292-22nd Street, Battleford, Sask.

The following individuals were acknowledged and recognized for their contribution to this project at the volunteer appreciation Christmas dinner, December 10th, at the Lions Club  Hall in Battleford.

——Larry Gabruch, Frisch Engineered Products Inc. Battleford

——Lionel Hawryliw, Frisch Engineered Products Inc. Battleford.

——Bill Halewich, Sky Tech Equipment, North Battleford.

——Dale Gidych, B&D Welding, North Battleford.

——Neil Good, NRG Efficient Homes, Battleford.

Battlefords Historical Lions Club was also recognized for hosting the pancake and sausage breakfast on August 16th, when the official unveiling of the bat was held.

As well, all the volunteers of the Hall were acknowledged for their many hours of volunteering for the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum throughout the year.


The St. Louis Cardinals have launched #FansToThePast, a social media-based fan photo promotion that encourages fans to share their favorite photos with the team for a chance to win a private tour of the Cardinals Museum with Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith. Fans are encouraged to post as many photos and memories as they want on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the designated hashtag #FansToThePast between now and April 5, 2015. Fan photos may be used within a #FansToThePast video, an online photo gallery or displayed at the Cardinals Hall of Fame & Museum at Cardinals Nation in Ballpark Village.

Before the Big Ten project began, when you walked into the conference headquarters, you might not have known where you were. Today, it’s impossible not to get a sense of ‘wow’ and feel pride of the conference permeating throughout the space.

As part of a world-class design team, DI helped bring the Big Ten’s storied academic and athletic history to life through a collection of interactive exhibits showcasing players, coaches and moments dating back to 1896, the year the conference was founded. A major attraction is The Big 10 Theater which gives patrons a behind-the-scenes, immersive audio and video experience featuring notable accomplishments on and off the field of play.

What’s now called the Big Ten Experience has become a fan destination giving all generations an opportunity to engage in rich university traditions, while at the same time celebrating current achievements.

To see more about how DI brought the Big Ten story to life in an iconic way, visit the Big Ten project YouTube video.

Each year five NASCAR legends are inducted in the NASCAR Hall of Fame and enshrined in history forever. Bill Elliott, Fred Lorenzen, Wendell Scott, Joe Weatherly and Rex White make up the sixth class to be inducted to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, adding their name to a list of now 30 NASCAR Hall of Famers. The Class of 2015 was determined by votes cast by the Voting Panel, which included representatives from NASCAR, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, track owners from major facilities and historic short tracks, media members, manufacturer representatives, retired competitors (drivers, owners and crew chiefs), recognized industry leaders and a nationwide fan vote conducted through – which counted for the 54th and final vote.


The International Women’s Baseball Center is working with Baseball For All to put on a National girls 13 and under baseball tournament in Orlando, Florida. May 30-June 4. We need teams, fans and of course donations! Check out the link provided and please pass it on to anyone who might be interested in this great opportunity.


The Indian Motorcycle Company

Working closely with the GMR Marketing team of designers and project managers, EDE produced and delivered signage, branded graphics and lighting enhancements for the newest member of the Indian line: Dark Horse. The entire project was envisioned, produced and delivered in just one week. With a hands-on team, EDE arrived at the Kaiser Tiger, event destination, and installed all components for branding the space, completing all elements in time for the riders to arrive and see the new motorcycle, the “star” of the show. That same night the EDE team uninstalled all branding so that Kaiser Tiger could return to their normal ambiance and Dark Horse could be sent home.

DESIGN: GMR Marketing

At EDE, we’ve been helping clients bring exhibit ideas to life since 1979. We’ve helped them tell their stories, breathe new life into their brands, and make the seemingly impossible – possible. Our diverse experience with marketers and architects enables us to see a broader picture in order to find the right solution to realize your vision. Discover why the most prestigious cultural institutions and corporations repeatedly turn to us for innovative trade show exhibits and architectural installations.



Saturday, May 16, 2015



Jay Barker

Chris Gray

Evander Holyfield

Bobby Hunt

Derrick McKey

Tommy Neville

Tony Richardson

Ennis Whatley


Birmingham Ballroom at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel

5:30 p.m. – Public Reception

6:30 p.m. – Banquet

Semi-Formal Attire

$150 per person; $1,500 for Table of 10

For More Information Contact the

Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

(205) 323-6665

[email protected]

The brand new, state-of-the-art TSN Theatre is home to a ground-breaking, original 3D film, entitled Stanley’s Game Seven (3D). The film tells the story of the greatest game on earth as it’s never been told before by celebrating the pursuit of the most iconic trophy in sport — The Stanley Cup.

Stanley’s Game Seven combines a stunning mix of original live action, computer generated 3D animation, and classic archival footage of some of the most renowned playoff moments in Stanley Cup history. The 22 minute film plays at the top and half past the hour in the Hockey Hall of Fame’s new TSN Theatre and is included in the price of admission.

The TSN Theatre has 125 comfortable seats set in a tiered theatre-style and the 10 foot high by 25 foot wide high-definition, 3D presentation will have you on the edge of your seat.