Dick Fowler was a lanky, golden-armed 18-year-old when he dazzled the Toronto Maple Leafs brass at training camp in 1939. The local sensation would debut for his hometown squad in 1940, and Connie Mack’s Philadelphia …MORE »
This position is with the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, located in St. Marys
Property – 32 acre site, 3 ball fields, museum grounds
Duties – field preparation and maintenance, machine operation and maintenance, turf care
Qualifications – …
The 2012 Kids on Deck camp is set for July 8-14 at the Hall of Fame and the last day to receive the 5% discount is on March 31st.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic camp …
Signed by the Milwaukee Braves in 1964, Cito Gaston would play 11 seasons in the majors. His finest campaign came with the San Diego Padres in 1970, when he hit .318 with 29 home runs …MORE »
Despite not having a baseball team at his high school and only playing about 12 games a year as a teen, Dave McKay evolved into a big league prospect. After receiving scholarships from Columbia Basin …MORE »
This article was written by Jerry Nechal.
A baseball journeyman, Reno Bertoia nevertheless held a number of distinctions. He was one of baseball’s original bonus babies. Of the seven major leaguers born in Italy, he …
The 16th Annual Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum Celebrity Golf Classic is set to go and we’re looking forward to hosting you. Please book Friday, June 22, 2012 in your calendars for golf at the …MORE »
Forever remembered for his World Series-winning home run in 1993, Joe Carter remains one of the most popular players in Toronto Blue Jays history. Growing up in Oklahoma City, Carter excelled at baseball, basketball, football …MORE »
From the sandlots of London, Ontario to Yankee Stadium, Frank Colman’s baseball odyssey was a remarkable one. A star pitcher with a potent bat, Colman won the Intercounty League’s batting crown and MVP award, while …MORE »