Frank Hardies was a two-way player in Belgium's First Division, ending his career in 1991.  His .583 average for General Motors in 1984 led the league, .036 ahead of Oswald Boermans.  He was on Belgium's first team in an Amateur World Series. He hit .107/.161/.143, slightly below the team line of .126/.193/.146. He fielded .968 in center to the team mark of .896 and had one assist. He had one of their three RBI over 10 games, joining Eric Kenis and Erik de Clerck.  His father Sim Hardies was an international umpire.  His mother Jenny Vloors was a softball scorer.