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 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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HALL OF FAMER DAVE STIEB

An All-American outfielder when the Blue Jays selected him the 1978 amateur draft, Dave Stieb would evolve into the most successful pitcher in franchise history. With his focus solely...

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HALL OF FAMER GEORGE GIBSON

George “Moon” Gibson was a standout catcher on his hometown London squad in the 1901 Canadian League, before he inked a deal with the Eastern League’s Montreal Royals in...

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Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum set to open on July 20

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum set to open on July 20 St. Marys, Ont. – The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is excited to announce...

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HALL OF FAMER LARRY MCLEAN

With his 6-foot-5 frame making him one of the tallest catchers in big league history, Larry McLean toiled for parts of 13 seasons in the majors. Dubbed “Larry” due...

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Toronto Blue Jays Honda Instructional Clinic at the Hall of Fame on July 27

TORONTO BLUE JAYS HONDA INSTRUCTIONAL CLINIC AT THE HALL OF FAME IN ST. MARYS ON JULY 27 The Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy is proud to announce their Honda...

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Tickets on sale now for Labatt Park Tours and Southwestern Ontario Baseball Heritage Pass

Tickets on sale now for Labatt Park Tours and Southwestern Ontario Baseball Heritage Pass With Ontario set to enter Step 3, tickets are now on sale for the all...

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HALL OF FAMER ANDRE DAWSON

Andre Dawson was a standout at Florida A&M University when he was spotted by Montreal Expos scout, Bill Adair, who would convince his employers to select the Miami native...

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HALL OF FAMER JIM RIDLEY

After two seasons as an outfielder in the Milwaukee Braves organization in 1964 and 1965, Toronto native Jim Ridley returned to Canada where he would have a significant impact...

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