37 CANADIANS IN BIG-LEAGUE CAMPS

  • February 23, 2012

 By: Baseball Canada OTTAWA-Thirty-seven Canadians will be in big-league camp as Spring Training opens this week across Florida and Arizona in preparation for the 2012 baseball season. Twenty-six Canadians...

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LARRY WALKER AND CANADIAN BALL HALL PARTNER FOR 2ND YEAR OF TROPHY LINE

London’s Nothers Signs & Recognitions to market unique award Canada-wide   St. Marys – Larry Walker has agreed to lend his image and signature to a second series of...

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BASEBALL SPRING TRAINING BEGINS IN ST. MARYS MARCH 2ND

  • February 22, 2012

Baseball Spring Training begins in St. Marys March 2nd 10th consecutive year of free indoor clinics St. Marys – More than a hundred baseball and softball players are expected...

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HALL OF FAMER SPARKY ANDERSON

Signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1953, Sparky Anderson advanced to the Triple-A Montreal Royals in 1956, where he hit .298 and rapped out 135 hits. After toiling with...

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FANNING ADDED TO CANADA’S ROSTER

  • February 18, 2012

Expos icon, Blue Jays ambassador of baseball officially gains citizenship at 84   St. Marys – After living 43 years in Canada while carrying a USA passport, Jim Fanning...

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CANADIAN BALL HALL’S STATEMENT ON GARY CARTER

St. Marys – Gary Carter took the tough hops and thanked God for the compliment. He was an inspiration to Canadians and fans beyond our border, on the field,...

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2001 HALL OF FAMER GARY CARTER PASSES AWAY

  • February 16, 2012

By Anthony DiComo / MLB.com NEW YORK — Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter passed away Thursday after a lengthy battle with brain cancer. He was 57. Best known for his role...

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BALL HALL TO ENSRINE STAUB, MELVIN, CORMIER AND TEAM CANADA

  • February 14, 2012

“Le Grand Orange” was the original face of the Montreal Expos St. Marys – The original face of the Montreal Expos, the current mastermind of the uprising Milwaukee Brewers,...

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HALL OF FAMER ARTHUR IRWIN

Arthur Irwin played sandlot baseball in Toronto, before moving to Boston at age 15. Signed by the National League’s Worcester Ruby Legs, the young Canadian made his major league...

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HALL OF FAMER OSCAR JUDD

After leading Ingersoll and Guelph to Ontario championships, Oscar Judd played in seven different pro and semi-pro leagues prior to his major league debut in 1941. His minor league...

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