NEW BOOK TELLS STORIES OF CANADIAN BASEBALL LEGENDS
A new book by Ottawa writer Jim Shearon OVER THE FENCE IS OUT! highlights the career of Larry Walker, who will be inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame June 20th. Another chapter describes “The Year the Montreal Expos Would Have Won the World Series.” That was 1994, the only time in 105 years there was no World Series.
From 1885, when two brothers from Hamilton formed a pitcher and catcher battery for Buffalo, to October 2008 when New Brunswicker Matt Stairs became the 15th Canadian to play in the World Series, tells the story of Canadian baseball success.
The 258 page book includes many photos never before published, as well as an alphabetical list of every Canadian who played in the major leagues from 1871 to 2008, and all members of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.
Over the fense is out! Sells for $18.95 plus tax, and is on sale at the CBHFM. Author Jim Shearon will be signing copies at the June 20th Induction Ceremony