Some mid-week Canadian baseball notes about Bo Naylor, Jordan Romano, James Paxton and Michael Soroka.
My weekly Canadian baseball news "But What Do I Know?" column discusses Joey Votto, Edouard Julien and James Paxton.
After Fred McGriff was drafted by the Yankees in 1981, he was assigned to their Gulf Coast League club. His first manager was Carlos Tosca.
Canadian Rob Ducey is headed to Cooperstown this weekend to celebrate the induction of two friends and ex-teammates.
Kevin Aitcheson (Stratford, Ont.) reflects on his time playing with Fred McGriff with the 1984 Knoxville Blue Jays.
Did you know Jimmy Key was originally drafted by the Chicago White Sox? Or that Tom Henke was first selected by the Seattle Mariners? It's true.
Kevin Glew recounts some significant events and accomplishments in Canadian baseball history that happened on May 17.
Former Blue Jays first baseman Fred McGriff will throw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Toronto Blue Jays' home opener.
Fred McGriff and Scott Rolen will not be featured in Toronto Blue Jays caps on their Hall of Fame plaques.