In a historic photo displayed at the National Baseball Hall of Fame that features Ty Cobb and Cy Young, Canadian Jack Graney is the star.
Category: National Baseball Hall of Famers in Canada
Tony Gwynn recorded his 3,000th hit in Montreal, ball later auctioned for $142,762
Tony Gwynn recorded his 3,000th major league hit at Montreal's Olympic Stadium on August 6, 1999. The ball was later auctioned for $142,762.
Cooperstowners in Canada: Greg Maddux
Like Fergie Jenkins, Greg Maddux wore the No. 31 for the Chicago Cubs, but that wasn't the legendary right-hander's only Canadian connection.
Jackie Robinson: “I owe more to Canadians than they’ll ever know.”
Jackie Robinson and his wife, Rachel, loved the city of Montreal, where Robinson played for the Royals in 1946.
Hall of Famer McGriff to toss out first pitch at Blue Jays’ home opener
Former Blue Jays first baseman Fred McGriff will throw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Toronto Blue Jays' home opener.
Cooperstowners in Canada: Tom Glavine
On Tom Glavine's 57th birthday, Kevin Glew shares some of the Hall of Fame left-hander's Canadian connections.
Cooperstowners in Canada: Robin Yount
Kevin Glew runs down some of Milwaukee Brewers legend and National Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Robin Yount's Canadian connections.
Fergie Jenkins statue to be unveiled in Chatham on June 10
A Fergie Jenkins statue will be unveiled in Chatham, Ont., on June 10.
McGriff, Rolen won’t be pictured in Blue Jays caps on National Baseball Hall of Fame plaques
Fred McGriff and Scott Rolen will not be featured in Toronto Blue Jays caps on their Hall of Fame plaques.
Rolen worked hard for Cooperstown honour, helped shape Votto’s career
Without Scott Rolen, Canadian slugger Joey Votto likely wouldn’t be a six-time All-Star, and that's just one of the new Hall of Famer's Canadian connections.