At age 14, Reggie Cleveland, already six feet tall, was pitching against players several years older than him. The tall right-hander was discovered in Swift Current by carnival operator, Sam Shapiro, who encouraged his friend, …MORE »
It was Quebec baseball legend Roland Gladu who signed hard-throwing right-hander Ron Piche to a contract with the Milwaukee Braves in 1955. After minor league stops in Lawton, Eau Claire, Evansville, Jacksonville and Louisville, Piche …MORE »
JUST ADDED TO THE CELEBRITY LIST!!
Tom “The Terminator” Henke!!
Tom was Inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in 2011 and is making a special guest appearance at the Hall of Fame for Induction weekend …MORE »
Born in Dublin, Ireland, Jimmy Archer moved with his family to Montreal as a baby and relocated to Toronto when he was three. At age 20, the young catcher made his professional baseball debut in …MORE »
Celebrity Softball game on Thursday, June 27 at 7pm on Rotary Field at the Hall of Fame.
In 2009 Larry Walker took one deep over the right field fence and just two years ago Tony Fernandez …
Join the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Marys on Saturday, June 29 for two amazing events!
Kick off your day by attending the 2013 Induction Ceremony at 11am for Toronto Blue Jays …
The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum along with Lerners Lawyers and the London Convention Centre are hosting the 3rd annual London Salutes Canadian Baseball breakfast on Friday, June 28 from 7:30am to 9:00am at …MORE »
A true Canadian baseball pioneer, Knotty Lee devoted close to 50 years to the game as a player, manager, scout and league organizer. The Toronto native earned his nickname when his father noticed his spitball …MORE »
“My father’s induction into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame is a great thrill for my mother, and a huge honour for our entire family, and we will be proud to participate in St. Marys” …MORE »