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

TOP OF THE TENTH We are deeply saddened by the unexpected passing of Lydia Jenkins, Ferguson Jenkins’ wife, on Monday, August 27.  Given how well we know Fergie, his...

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THE THIRD ANNUAL CANADIAN BASEBALL HISTORY CONFERENCE

The Centre for Canadian Baseball Research will be hosting the third annual Canadian Baseball History Conference will be held the weekend of November 3rd and 4th in London, Ontario,...

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HALL OF FAMER GOODY ROSEN

At 5-foot-9, 150 pounds, Goody Rosen overcame seemingly insurmountable odds to play in the majors. The scrappy Canuck, who shagged balls at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Stadium as a kid,...

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HALL OF FAMER DAVE VAN HORNE

He calls games for the Miami Marlins now, but for hundreds of thousands of Canadians, Dave Van Horne will always be the voice of the Montreal Expos. The Easton,...

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HALL OF FAMER PAT GILLICK

A left-handed pitcher on the 1958 NCAA champion, University of Southern California (USC) squad, Pat Gillick spent five years in the Baltimore Orioles system. Arm troubles would force the...

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

TOP OF THE TENTH Museum update:  The outside of the building is looking good and we’ve applied to Dowler-Karn for some grant money to assist with the landscaping.  Thanks...

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HELP THE HALL OF FAME WIN $10,000

Help the Hall of Fame win $10,000 from Dowler Karn The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Marys exists so that Canadians and visitors to Canada...

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HALL OF FAMER BOB PRENTICE

Bob Prentice was a multi-sport star in high school at Toronto’s Riverdale Collegiate. An all-star quarterback and standout hockey player, Prentice chose to focus on a baseball career. After...

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HALL OF FAMER RON RONCETTI

Born near Rome, Italy, Ron Roncetti came to Toronto with his parents when he was eight months old. Settling with his family near Elizabeth Street in downtown Toronto, he...

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VOTTO HONOURS WW1 POEM FOR PLAYERS’ WEEKEND

Votto Honours WW1 Poem for Players’ Weekend By Mark Sheldon MLB.com Sometimes when the rest of Major League Baseball zigs, Reds first baseman Joey Votto prefers to zag. Votto has often taken...

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