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But What Do I Know? . . . Michael Saunders, Rob Ducey, Rich Butler

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My weekly observations and notes about some Canadian baseball stories: The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame opens for its 19th season today. It’s well worth the drive to St. Marys, Ont., to visit the museum which is overflowing with one-of-a-kind artifacts. For more information, click on this link. There’s already a game-used bat from Victoria,... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? . . . Goose Gossage, Rob Butler, Dave Stieb

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My weekly observations and notes about some Canadian baseball stories: If Hall of Fame closer Goose Gossage, who regularly reminds people that he pitched multiple innings in his relief appearances, was angered by Jose Bautista’s bat flip last October, I can just imagine his opinion about Toronto Blue Jays set-up man Drew Storen not being... Continue Reading →

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Cooperstowners in Canada: Nolan Ryan

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It was Canadian Baseball Hall of Famer Terry Puhl that saved Nolan Ryan's fifth no-hitter. Manning right field for the Houston Astros, the Melville, Sask., native took off after a deep fly ball that Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Mike Scioscia clubbed to right-centre off of Ryan in the top of the seventh inning at the... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? . . . Jim Adduci, Nolan Ryan, Shawn Hill

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[twitter-follow screen_name='coopincanada'] My weekly look at some Canadian baseball stories: - Call it the Cooperstowners in Canada jinx, but after I wrote about Burnaby, B.C., native Jim Adduci's three-hit performance for the Texas Rangers in his club's 12-0 victory on April 18, the 28-year-old Canadian was placed on the disabled list the following day. After... Continue Reading →

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