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The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museumis adding a Museum Host to the team. This part-time position is responsible for providing museum tours and selling merchandise. The right player will have relevant museum experience, …MORE »
Though his father was a professional hockey player, Kirk McCaskill opted for a career in baseball after starring in both sports at the University of Vermont. A finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, as the …MORE »
Signed out of high school by the Montreal Expos in 1972, Gary Carter spent 17 years with the franchise, including three seasons in the minors, 11 in the majors and three as a broadcaster. Nicknamed …MORE »
Recommended to scout Cy Williams by Canadian Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Prentice, John Hiller inked a deal with the Detroit Tigers in 1962. After serving primarily as a starting pitcher in the minors, the …MORE »
After a brief major league career with the Washington Senators and Philadelphia Athletics, Frank Shaughnessy moved to Montreal in 1912 to coach the football team at McGill University. The former Notre Dame gridiron star would …MORE »
OTTAWA- The 2013 Major League Baseball season officially opens today with 17 Canadians appearing on opening day rosters including three players on the Disabled List.
Toronto Blue Jays 3B Brett Lawrie (Langley, BC) will open the …
The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will be on the red carpet in Toronto as Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures present, a Legendary Pictures Production, and the Brian Helgeland film, “42.”
Academy Award® …
Free wings at the Wildstone on Thursday, April 4 .
St. Marys – On Thursday, April 4, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum will thank its volunteers and recruit new ones with an …
Daniel Joseph Staub, born April 1, 1944 in New Orleans, LA, and nicknamed “Rusty” for his red hair, was affectionately known as “Le Grand Orange” to Expos fans for the same reason. Staub wore the …MORE »