CANADIAN BASEBALL HISTORY CONFERENCE 2019

The fourth annual Canadian Baseball History Conference will be held the weekend of November 9th and 10th in London, Ontario, home of venerable Labatt Park. Join us for a day and...

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HALL OF FAMER BOB PRENTICE

Bob Prentice was a multi-sport star in high school at Toronto’s Riverdale Collegiate. An all-star quarterback and standout hockey player, Prentice chose to focus on a baseball career. After...

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HALL OF FAMER RON RONCETTI

Born near Rome, Italy, Ron Roncetti came to Toronto with his parents when he was eight months old. Settling with his family near Elizabeth Street in downtown Toronto, he...

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HALL OF FAMER DOUG MELVIN

Doug Melvin, was born August 8, 1952, is Chatham, Ontario. The Milwaukee Brewers general manager since 2002 had a brief pitching career in the minor leagues from 1972-78 with...

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JAMES PAXTON TO BE PRESENTED WITH CANADIAN BASEBALL HALL OF FAME’S TIP O’NEILL AWARD

James Paxton to be presented with Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s Tip O’Neill Award St. Marys, Ont. – Ladner, B.C. native James Paxton will be presented with the Canadian...

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HALL OF FAMER DOC YOUNKER

Doc Younker has been a trainer in amateur and professional baseball for more than 50 years. A former U.S. army private, Younker’s first job as a trainer was with...

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HALL OF FAMER GEORGE SLEEMAN

After being educated in Guelph and St. Davids, George Sleeman became the general manager of his father’s Silver Creek Brewery at age 18. Just six years later, he was...

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HALL OF FAMER RON HAYTER

Ron Hayter has been a player, coach, manager, executive and organizer of Canadian and international baseball for close to 50 years. Born in Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, he played in...

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HALL OF FAMER CHARLES BRONFMAN

Without Charles Bronfman’s dedication and commitment, it’s unlikely that major league baseball would be played in Canada today. The Montreal native was chairman of the board and principal owner...

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HALL OF FAMER PETE WARD

Son of Montreal Maroons hockey star, Jimmy Ward, Pete Ward was born in Montreal, before moving to Portland, Oregon when he was eight years old. In 1958, the Baltimore...

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