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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HALL OF FAMER CHARLES POP SMITH

Nicknamed “Pop” because of his signature bushy mustache, Charles Smith is the most successful Nova Scotian to play in the big leagues. After his family relocated to Boston in...

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HALL OF FAMER HARRY SIMMONS

Harry Simmons’ unrivalled knowledge of baseball history, rules and statistics landed him a job with the International League in 1946, the same historic season that Jackie Robinson played his...

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HALL OF FAMER RON STEAD

Ron Stead grew up in Toronto close to Maple Leaf Stadium, where he struck up a friendship with Leafs’ trainer, Bill Smith. Stead acted as the Leafs’ mascot in...

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HALL OF FAMER TOMMY LASORDA

Best known as the colourful and beloved manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Tommy Lasorda spent the bulk of his professional playing career in Canada. Originally signed by the...

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HALL OF FAMER JOHN MCHALE

After playing football for the storied Notre Dame Fighting Irish, John McHale toiled for parts of five seasons with the Detroit Tigers, suiting up for a career-high 39 games...

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HALL OF FAMER TIM RAINES

Born in 1959 in Sanford, Fla., Raines blossomed into one of the best leadoff hitters in major league history. A fifth-round pick of the Montreal Expos in 1977, Raines...

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HALL OF FAMER TIM WALLACH

Born in 1957 in Huntington Beach, Calif., Tim Wallach is the Expos’ all-time leader in several statistical categories, including games played (1,767), hits (1,694), doubles (360), RBI (905) and...

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HALL OF FAMER JIM FANNING

Serving as a player, manager, executive and community ambassador, Jim Fanning has spent over 60 years in professional baseball. The Chicago Cubs signed him as a catcher in 1949...

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