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 California native into a front office …MORE »
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 to his physical resemblance to Larry …MORE »
By Jordan Schelling / MLB.com
MINNEAPOLIS — The Twins made a number of roster moves after Sunday’s game, placing Scott Baker on the disabled list, selecting the contract of Scott Diamond, while optioning Matt Tolbert and …
11 teams, including provinces’ best, converge this weekend
St. Marys – Team New Era, a collective of the Western Ontario Baseball Association’s best players born in 1997, will host the First Annual New Era Hall of …
Andre Dawson was a standout at Florida A&M University when he was spotted by Montreal Expos scout, Bill Adair, who would convince his employers to select the Miami native in the 11th round of the …MORE »
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 league club in Covington, Virginia, in …MORE »
A local, provincial and national volunteer for more than 40 years, Bernie Soulliere has helped transform Windsor, Ontario into one of Canada’s baseball hotbeds. The never-say-no Windsor native has coached hometown teams to four Ontario …MORE »
Joey Votto and John Axford are the Canadian Players of the Month for June.
Votto played in 26 games, while scoring 17 runs, hitting 4 doubles, 5 homeruns and collecting 20 RBI’s with a .297AVG, .393OBP …
Joey Votto and Russell Martin were named to the 2011 All-Star game over the weekend. This marks the 15th consecutive year that a Canadian has been in the All-Star game.
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Jeff Heath 1941, …