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Orphaned at age 14, Joseph J. Lannin migrated from Quebec City to Boston in search of work in the 1880s. The ambitious youngster landed a job as a bellhop at the Adams Hotel in Beantown, …MORE »
Canada’s 14th Prime Minister, Lester B. Pearson, was a fine all-around athlete who participated in a variety of sports, including hockey, football, rugby, basketball and lacrosse. But baseball was Pearson’s true passion. He suited up …MORE »
The Hall of Fame has many more stories to share with you. To catch up on all the Hall of Fame’s past stories check out our News Archive HERE. You will find all the previous …MORE »
WINDSOR, Ont. — Reno Bertoia, a Windsor resident and former member of the Detroit Tigers, died Friday morning. A member of three different halls of fame, Bertoia was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1994. Born …MORE »
By Mark Newman / MLB.com
Jackie Robinson started 151 games at first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, including his historic debut on April 15 of that season.
In his 1972 autobiography, “I Never Had It …
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By Irv Moss
The Denver Post
Larry Walker returned the compliment Tuesday night at the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet.
Moments before he was inducted into the hall, the former Rockies outfielder pondered the future.
Future Hall of Fame and Canadian slugger Matt Stairs (St. John, NB) has tied Hall of Famer Frank O’Rouke (Hamilton, ON) with 712 career walks and that ranks 2nd all-time for Canadians. Hall of Famer …MORE »
Justin Morneau (New Westminster, B.C.) has become the 11th Canadian in MLB history to collect 1000 career base hits when he hit an infield single on Friday, April 8, 2011 vs Oakland!
Career Canadian hit leaders.
Larry Walker 2160