HALL OF FAMER DAVE STIEB

An All-American outfielder when the Blue Jays selected him the 1978 amateur draft, Dave Stieb would evolve into the most successful pitcher in franchise history. With his focus solely...

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HALL OF FAMER GEORGE GIBSON

George “Moon” Gibson was a standout catcher on his hometown London squad in the 1901 Canadian League, before he inked a deal with the Eastern League’s Montreal Royals in...

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TOP OF THE TENTH – NEWS FROM THE CANADIAN BASEBALL HALL OF FAME

TOP OF THE TENTH  Except for the Museum closure this summer, our regular activities are in full swing, with a record number of games booked for the CBHFM baseball...

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HALL OF FAMER LARRY MCLEAN

With his 6-foot-5 frame making him one of the tallest catchers in big league history, Larry McLean toiled for parts of 13 seasons in the majors. Dubbed “Larry” due...

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HALL OF FAMER JIM RIDLEY

After two seasons as an outfielder in the Milwaukee Braves organization in 1964 and 1965, Toronto native Jim Ridley returned to Canada where he would have a significant impact...

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HALL OF FAMER TERRY PUHL

The Houston Astros offered Terry Puhl a contract after he led his hometown midget squad to a Canadian championship in 1973. The fleet-footed youngster would report to Houston’s rookie...

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TOP OF THE TENTH – NEWS FROM THE CANADIAN BASEBALL HALL OF FAME

TOP OF THE TENTH The weeks around induction ceremonies are always crazy busy at the office and things are just now getting back to normal busy.  Among other things,...

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HALL OF FAMER ROBERT BROWN

Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Bob Brown excelled on the diamond and the gridiron during his teen years, even playing college football for the fabled Notre Dame Fighting Irish in...

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