Remembering when George Bell hit three homers for the Blue Jays on Opening Day

Kevin Glew reflects on George Bell's three-home run performance on Opening Day in 1988 for the Toronto Blue Jays.

Canadian ball hall inductees Raines and Bell shared memorable magazine cover 25 years ago

Twenty-five years ago, 2013 Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductees Tim Raines and George Bell graced the cover of Bill Mazeroski's Baseball Annual. With these former all-stars set to be inducted into the St. Marys, Ont.-based ball shrine on June 29, it seemed fitting that I stumbled upon this publication when I was cleaning out... Continue Reading →

The 25th anniversary of George Bell’s three-homer Opening Day performance

It's the most dominant Opening Day performance in Toronto Blue Jays history. On April 4, 1988, George Bell unleashed his frustrations and fury on Bret Saberhagen at Royals Stadium in Kansas City to become the first big leaguer to belt three home runs on Opening Day. Almost as newsworthy was that the spirited slugger's power... Continue Reading →

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