Jersey – John Olerud

John Olerud Toronto Blue Jays All-Star jersey. 1993.

This is a 1993 Toronto Blue Jays John Olerud All-Star jersey. This jersey was worn by Olerud in the 1993 All-Star Game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The jersey was sold at the 1993 All-Star FanFest Charity Auction, of which the proceeds went towards the Children’s Defense Fund.

Jersey – Baseball Canada

Baseball Canada jersey, autographed by team. 2002.

This jersey was autographed by the 2002 Baseball Canada Jr. Team. The Baseball Canada Jr. Team played in St. Marys on July 21, 2002. The jersey includes the signatures of Russell Martin, Adam Loewen, Dave Davidson, Chris Leroux, Dustin Molleken, Chris Robinson, and Jamie Romak – all future MLB players.

Jersey – Stubby Clapp

Stubby Clapp Memphis Redbirds autographed jersey. 2017.

This is a Stubby Clapp game-used, autographed 2017 Memphis Redbirds jersey. The Memphis Redbirds are the AAA affliate for the St. Louis Cardinals. Clapp was the Manager in 2017 and 2018 and he won the league championship both years. Clapp was the 2017 and 2018 PCL Manager of the Year and the 2017 Baseball America Minor League Manager of the Year. Stubby Clapp is a Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee as part of Baseball Canada.

Jersey – Scott Richmond

Scott Richmond EDA Rhinos jersey. 2016.

This is a 2016 Scott Richmond EDA Rhinos jersey. The EDA Rhinos is a Chinese Professional Baseball League team, which has been called the “Fubon Guardians” since 2017. The team played under the name EDA Rhinos from 2013-2016. Scott Richmond collected nine wins and pitched 152-2/3 innings to help the EDA Rhinos win a Taiwan Series championship. He earned the CPBL’s equivalent of a Gold Glove, as the league’s top fielding pitcher. Richmond is a Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee as part of Team Canada.

Jersey – Larry Walker

Larry Walker St. Louis Cardinals game-used jersey. 2005.

This Cardinals jersey was worn by Larry Walker in his final year playing in the Major Leagues. Walker played for the Cardinals in 2004-2005, his last two years in the Major Leagues. During his career, the five-time All-Star won seven Gold Glove awards, three Silver Slugger awards, and three batting titles.

Jersey – Eric Gagne

Éric Gagné Los Angeles Dodgers game-used jersey. 2004.

Éric Gagné saved a total of 187 games, which is the most of any Canadian Major League player. In 2004, when Gagné wore this jersey, he saved 45 games and was an All-Star. He also set the all-time record for consecutive Major League saves with 84, from August 28, 2002 – July 3, 2004.

Jersey – Jason Fraser

Jason Frasor Toronto Blue Jays jersey. 2006.

This jersey was worn by Jason Frasor in 2006. Frasor pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays from 2004-2012 and was the leader in all-time games pitched for the Jays with 505 games.

Jersey – Justin Morneau

Justin Morneau Minnesota Twins autographed jersey. 2006.

Justin Morneau played for the Minnesota Twins from 2003-2013. In 2006, the year Morneau wore this jersey, he was the American League MVP. Morneau autographed both sides of the jersey and included “06 AL MVP” with his autograph.

Jersey – Jim Fanning

Jim Fanning Montreal Expos game-used jersey. 1984.

This is a 1984 Jim Fanning Montreal Expos game-used and autographed jersey. Fanning managed the Montreal Expos from 1981-1982, and again in 1984. This jersey is from the last year that Fanning managed the Montreal Expos. After managing, Fanning worked in the Expos front office. Fanning was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in 2000 and received his Canadian citizenship in 2012.

Jersey – Roy Halladay

Chatham Coloured All-Stars jersey, autographed by Roy Halladay. 2002.

This jersey commemorates the Chatham Coloured All-Stars team, which played in the 1930s and won the OBA Championship in 1934. On Sunday July 15, 2001 in a special tribute to the Negro leagues and their contribution to baseball, the Toronto Blue Jays wore Chatham All-Stars replica jerseys in a game at Shea Stadium against the New York Mets, who wore the jerseys of the New York Cubans. In 2002, the Blue Jays paid tribute to the All-Stars by wearing their replica jerseys in a home game in July against Boston. Descendants of some of the All-Stars were featured at the game, with the last two surviving members, Sagasta Harding and Don Tabron, throwing the opening pitch, along with Earl “Flat” Chase’s son, Horace.