Morneau, Olerud, Ward and Doucet to be inducted into Canadian ball hall

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February 4, 2020 Official Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Press Release St. Marys, Ont. – The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2020 induction class includes two all-star first basemen that have won major league batting titles, the most effective set-up man in Toronto Blue Jays history and a legendary Montreal Expos broadcaster. Canadian slugger Justin... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? . . . Tim Raines, Bartolo Colon, John Olerud

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My weekly observations and notes about some Canadian baseball stories: • If you’re not convinced that Tim Raines should be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame after reading this Sporting News article, you’ll never be convinced. This story shares many of the former Montreal Expo’s supporting statistics that were up dug up by... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? … Cito Gaston, Gary Carter, David Cooper

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My weekly observations about stories around the baseball world from a Canadian perspective (Please follow me on Twitter: @kevinglewsports): - Happy belated birthday to former Toronto Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston, who turned 69 on March 17. The longtime Jays skipper had his detractors – including myself at times – but he also has passionate... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? … National Baseball Hall of Fame edition

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My weekly opinions, observations and rants about some Canadian baseball stories:  Just so that I’m on the record prior to the announcement of the National Baseball Hall Fame inductees on January 5, my prediction is that Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar will be the only two candidates elected by the baseball writers in 2011.... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? … John Olerud, Jesse Crain, Lance Berkman

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My weekly opinions, observations and rants about some Canadian baseball stories:  In a perfect world, nice guy John Olerud would be the first player elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame with a Toronto Blue Jays cap on his plaque. Unfortunately, it’s not a perfect world and despite a .295 career batting average,... Continue Reading →

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