155 Hall of Fame Inductees
A newly expanded 2500 sq ft addition along side a renovated century-old building, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame celebrates 155 inductees who have left their mark on Canadian Baseball.
Learn the story of Fergie Jenkins, a courageous, black man from Chatham, who overcame racial barriers to become one of the most dominant major league pitchers of his era.
True Grit Stories like the Vancouver Asahi
Do you know the heart-wrenching tale of the Vancouver Asahi – a team of Japanese Canadians who won five Pacific Northwest Championships before being interned during World War II?
Our Bases are Loaded with Exciting History.
Watch a game on the big screen aboard the R. Howard Webster Foundation Visitor Lounge or learn more about Larry Walker’s great career.
Discover hidden treasures and the baseball fountain of knowledge in the Harry Simmons Memorial Library as you browse one of 6000 books & magazines dating back to the 1860’s.
Learn more about Canadian Baseball, dating back to the 1700’s in New Brunswick, including the All American Girls Professional Baseball League, the Vancouver Asahi & Jackie Robinson.
Enjoy the history of famous sluggers, like Babe Ruth and Roberto Clemente. And view some of the most famous Blue Jays and Expos, and Canadian greats, like Fergie Jenkins and Tip O’Neill.
See highlights from our Olympic games and current or recently retired Canadian players, like Joey Votto, Tyler O’Neill, Cal Quantrill, James Paxton, Mike Soroka, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Jordan Romano, Josh Naylor, Nick Pivetta, Zach Pop, Matt Brash, Jason Bay and Russell Martin.
Gain insight into the great history and accomplishments of the Toronto Blue Jays and the Montreal Expos. Or catch a glimpse of the home plate and batting helmet Joe Carter wore when he hit the World Series Home Run in 1993, and the last home plate used in Montreal Expos history.
Find out about all the Inductees dated back to 1983, including players, coaches, umpires, scouts, announcers & teams and see the Jack Graney and Tip O’Neill awards.
There’s lots to see and learn at the museum.