A modest apartment in Montreal that was once an informal honeymoon suite for Jackie and Rachel Robinson is being recognized as an important piece of baseball history and a northern outpost of the American civil …MORE »
Signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1953, Sparky Anderson advanced to the Triple-A Montreal Royals in 1956, where he hit .298 and rapped out 135 hits. After toiling with the Pacific Coast League’s Los Angeles …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 »
Justin Morneau or Joey Votto?
Each have an MVP (Morneau 2006 & Votto 2010). Each have been an All-Star (Morneau 2007,08,09,10 & Votto in 2010).
Morneau holds the Canadian Single Season record for 1st baseman in G …
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 »
In 2010 there were 21 Canadians playing MLB!
BC-Jason Bay, Ryan Dempster, Jeff Francis, Rich Harden, Blake Hawksworth, Justin Morneau, Scott Mathieson, Mike Nickeas and Mike Saunders
ON-John Axford, Jesse Crain, Shawn Hill, George Kottaras, Russell Martin, …
After leading Ingersoll and Guelph to Ontario championships, Oscar Judd played in seven different pro and semi-pro leagues prior to his major league debut in 1941. His minor league odyssey included stints in the Cubs …MORE »
Arthur Irwin played sandlot baseball in Toronto, before moving to Boston at age 15. Signed by the National League’s Worcester Ruby Legs, the young Canadian made his major league debut on May 1, 1880. The …MORE »
THANK YOU RON. YOU WILL BE MISSED GREATLY!
FUNERAL INFORMATION BELOW:
Montreal – It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of 1988 inductee Ron Piché earlier this afternoon. The Quebec baseball legend lost a lengthy battle …