Ken Dilk was an outstanding senior A pitcher in Winnipeg with the Canadian Order of Forresters and Molson Canadians during the 1960s. Canadians with Dilk the team’s pitching ace won four consecutive Manitoba senior A championships from 1965 to 1968. In 1967, Canadians won the Canadian Senior Men’s Championship at Saskatoon with Dilk capturing the MVP award by hurling 21 innings, fanning 15 and allowing one earned run. In 1968, Dilk was a member of the Canadian team that finished second in the World Championship. In 1973, he helped Winnipeg Colonels win the first Western Major Fastball League championship.

The Winnipeg Free Press February 22, 2006

Winnipeg Tribune July 1, 1964

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