Frank Cadorette played for Great Britain in the 1938 Amateur World Series. He scored a run in both the second and the fourth game of the series. Cadorette left Canada in 1933 and played both baseball and ice hockey for the Stade Francais club in Paris and, due to his ancestry, was chosen on a number of occasions to play for the French national ice hockey team. In 1937 he moved to London and signed to play baseball for the West Ham Pirates in the London Major Baseball League and English league ice hockey for the Wembley Monarchs. He later returned to Canada and played hockey for Montreal Concordia in the 1940-41 season.