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The Eau Claire Cavaliers were formed to provide, promote, and field a baseball team that shall compete at the highest level of competition. Local players will have the opportunity to join the Cavaliers and represent the organization through their play and in promoting community interest in the team and baseball at all age levels.
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Thank you for Celebrating 50 Years of Eau Claire Cavaliers Baseball with us this year!
Harv Tomter Memorial Best Pitcher Award
Named after the late Harv Tomter who coached from 1979-2005. This award is based on stats
Winner is: Paul Petit
Dave Hepfler Memorial Key Player Award
Named after the late Dave Hepfler who is former player/coach, this award can go to any player that plays multiple positions or a team leader.
Winner is: Jaxon Vance
Dave Johnson Team Captain Award
Named after Dave Johnson who played from 1971-1986 and this award is voted by the team.
Winner is: Tyler Hermann
Richard O'Brien Memorial Most Valuable Player Award
Named after the late Richard O'Brien who was a former board member and the award is voted by the team.
Winner is: Tanner Halvorson
Ham Olive Memorial Best First Year Player Award
Name after the late Ham Olive who was a former umpire and this award was started in 1982
Winner is: Mitch Voller & Anthony Pogodzinski
Winner is: Tyler Hermann
This award is based on stats for a player that improved his stats from last season or has improved his stats from this season.
Winner is: Carter Hesselman
Sam Kruger Memorial Service Award
This was originally named the Uniroyal Award and in the later years it was changed to the Sam Kruger Memorial Service Award. The definition of this award goes to a player that demonstrates leadership, dedication, loyalty and sportsmanship on and off the field.
Winner is: Cooper Kapanke
Glenn St. Arnault Memorial Loyalty Award
This award will be presented to an individual who has contributed to the Cavalier’s Baseball Organization with exceptional interest, dedication, and loyalty. This award is decided by the president, the field manager, and a member of the St. Arnault Family.
Winner is: Tom and Janice Swanke & Nicole Brannigan
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The Eau Claire Cavaliers are excited to introduce our Hall of Fame this year commemorating 50 years of amateur baseball.
Our first year induction includes the founding fathers of the Eau Claire Cavalier organization:
Richard Gannon, Joe McCauley, Roger Bohlig. Gene Koupal and Glenn St Arnault
Two former coaches:
Harv Tomter and Don Zaspel
Five ball players:
Dave Johnson, Randy Millis, Pete Koupal, Vic Cable and Craig Walter
We look forward to continuing this tradition with coaches and players inductions in future years.
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Eau Claire Cavaliers celebrate 50 years: After a year without play, the Eau Claire Cavaliers are celebrating their 50th season! The organization says they were created, with the efforts of many baseball enthusiasts in 1971, to showcase America’s pastime and encourage the younger generations to love the game of baseball beyond the game itself, this team says they have been able to support and make substantial donations to six local baseball organizations. (weau)
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