• Softball
  • 2001
  • Athlete

Wendy Dealy (D)

While attending a national tournament out west, the manager of a Loggieville softball team was asked: “What’s the population of Loggieville?” The manager replied by pointing to the dugout: “There they are!”

Like so many others from her Miramichi village, she was a softball star - starting in 1968 as a bantam, continuing at the 1973 Canada Games in Burnaby, B.C. and ending in 1987 when she pitched in her last senior national tournament. In all she played in 607 games; pitched in 542 of them and won 389. She also won elven MVP awards and nine pitcher-of-the-year citations!

Although she commuted for nine years between her home and Moncton where she played for the Rebels, she was, first and foremost, a Loggieville GEM.

Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 2nd, 2001

Quick Facts

  • 19 year career in softball from 1968-87
  • Member of NB team at Canada Summer Games in 1973
  • Appeared in 13 national championships with Loggieville Gems (1); Moncton Rebels (8); Miramichi Fireballs (1); Saint John (1); and Memramcook (2)
  • MVP Canadian Junior Championships, 1975
  • MVP Maritime Senior Championships, 1974
  • MVP NB Senior Championships, 1982, 1986
  • Top pitcher, Canadian Junior Championships, 1975 and 1976
  • Overall record 542 games pitched, 389 wins, 149 losses; 4 ties (13 losses were to men’s teams)
  • Inducted, Softball NB Hall of Fame, June 18, 1994
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