HALL OF FAMER STEVE ROGERS

Selected by the Montreal Expos in the first round of the 1971 amateur draft (Secondary Phase), Steve Rogers made minor league stops in Winnipeg and Quebec City prior to...

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

TOP OF THE TENTH 2018 Museum update:  We’re carrying on with the organization of items in preparation for our new exhibits, working with BaAM to collect the stories we...

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HALL OF FAMER PEDRO MARTINEZ

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Born in Manoguayabo, Dominican Republic, in 1971, Pedro Martinez was signed as an amateur free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1988. He was used primarily as a...

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HALL OF FAMER PHIL MARCHILDON

While working in the Creighton Mine in Sudbury and starring for the company ball team, Phil Marchildon was convinced to try out with the International League’s Toronto Maple Leafs...

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HALL OF FAMER JACK KENT COOKE

A natural salesman, Jack Kent Cooke was born in Hamilton but moved to The Beaches area in Toronto in 1921. By age 14, he was a successful door-to-door encyclopedia...

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2019 FORD C. FRICK AWARD BALLOT

2019 Ford C. Frick award ballot Eight of the National Pastime’s pioneering voices have been named as the finalists for the 2019 Ford C. Frick Award, presented annually for...

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WORLD SERIES 2019

The LA Dodgers and Boston Red Sox are in the 2019 World Series. Here is a list of Canadians who played for the Red Sox and LA Dodgers (not...

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HALL OF FAMER GEORGE BELL

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Born in 1959 in San Pedro De Macoris, Dominican Republic, Bell remains the only Blue Jay to win the American League MVP Award. His monster 1987 campaign – that...

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HALL OF FAMER FATHER RONALD CULLEN

After landing a position at Windsor’s Assumption High School in 1948, Father Ronald Cullen dedicated over 50 years of service to the city. With an approach emphasizing discipline, the...

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HALL OF FAMER TONY KUBEK

Born in Milwaukee, Wis., in 1935, Kubek won three World Series as a shortstop with the New York Yankees between 1957 and 1965 before becoming a popular broadcaster for...

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