HALL OF FAMER FRANK O’ROURKE

A baseball lifer in the truest sense, Frank O’Rourke spent more than 70 years around the diamond as a player, manager and scout. The Hamilton, Ontario native was the...

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HALL OF FAMER JOHN HAAR

A three-sport star at the University of British Columbia (UBC), John Haar is the only athlete in the school’s history to have an opportunity to play professionally in three...

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Merchandise sale at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Merchandise sale at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and MuseumAutographed merchandise – buy something, get something freeBook and hat sale – all books and hats 20% off All...

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2021 Membership Drive

2021 Membership Drive It’s a great time to be both a fan of baseball and a member of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum as we head...

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HALL OF FAMER ROCKY NELSON

Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals, Rocky Nelson reported to club’s Class D affiliate in Johnson City in 1942. After just 53 games in the minors, the slick-fielding first...

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Holiday Silent Auction

Holiday Silent Auction Monday, November 16 to Monday, December 14 at 12pm ET Over 120 items and almost $20,000 in items available to bid on so don’t miss this...

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HALL OF FAMER WAYNE NORTON

Born in 1942 in Winnipeg, MB, Norton played in 1,206 minor league games – including five seasons in Triple-A – before becoming a trailblazing baseball executive and scout in...

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HALL OF FAMER PAT HENTGEN

Born in 1968 in Detroit, Mich., Hentgen has been part of the Toronto Blue Jays organization as a player, coach, ambassador or special assistant for 26 years. The intense...

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Strong list of candidates for Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s Tip O’Neill Award

Strong list of candidates for Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s Tip O’Neill Award St. Marys, Ont. – In a year in which the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted baseball schedules everywhere,...

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HALL OF FAMER GEORGE WOOD

The National League’s 1882 homerun champion also became one of only eight Canadians to manage in the major leagues (143 games with Philadelphia in 1891), and was also one...

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