HALL OF FAMER BOB EMSLIE

Inspired by the International champion Guelph Maple Leafs, Bob Emslie longed to become a professional baseball player at a young age. His strong pitching arm gained notoriety while he...

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Bob Elliott’s top 100 most influential Canadians in baseball in 2020

Bob Elliott’s top 100 most influential Canadians in baseball in 2020.https://www.canadianbaseballnetwork.com Congratulations to the Hall of Famers:1 Larry Walker10 Fergie Jenkins12 Pat Gillick13 Greg Hamilton28 Paul Beeston32 Justin Morneau34...

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1983 Induction t-shirt donated

1983 Induction t-shirt donated Our good friend Tony Frangis purchased this t-shirt off ebay in December 2020 and then donated it to us here at the Hall of Fame....

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2006 Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum inductee Tommy Lasorda passes away

2006 Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum inductee Tommy Lasorda passes away We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Tommy Lasorda, who was elected to...

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HALL OF FAMER RENO BERTOIA

Born in Italy, Reno Bertoia moved with his family to Windsor, Ontario when he was just 18 months old. With fellow Canadian Baseball Hall of Famer, Father Ronald Cullen,...

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HALL OF FAMER GEORGE SELKIRK

Dubbed “Twinkletoes” for his distinct running style, George Selkirk was arguably the greatest Canadian baseball player of the first half of the 20th century. Suiting up alongside baseball immortals like...

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HALL OF FAMER SHERRY ROBERTSON

Montreal native Sherry Robertson made his big league debut with the Washington Senators on September 8, 1940 in the second game of a doubleheader against the Philadelphia Phillies. After...

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Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Board Member Derek Aucoin passes away

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Board Member Derek Aucoin passes away We mourn the passing of Derek Aucoin, former Montreal Expos pitcher and member of our Board...

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HALL OF FAMER TOM HENKE

Tom Henke’s 217 saves rank him first all-time with the Blue Jays, and his 311 career saves are 17th best all-time in the major leagues.  He played eight seasons for...

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HALL OF FAMER GORD ASH

Born in 1951 in Toronto, Ont., Gord Ash began his career with the Toronto Blue Jays working in the ticket office in 1978. He would serve in several positions...

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