Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame begins expansion


Courtesy of Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is pleased to announce that the expansion of its current museum in St. Marys, Ont., has begun and will be completed over the next year. The Hall is teaming up with Marklevitz Architects Inc. from Stratford and BaAM Productions from... Continue Reading →


But What Do I Know? . . . Saunders, Guerrero, Halladay, Votto, Zimmerman


My weekly observations and notes about some Canadian baseball stories: ·         How humbling can it be to be a professional baseball player? Last year at this time, Victoria, B.C., native Michael Saunders was enjoying his first of two consecutive, three-hit games for the Toronto Blue Jays and was headed to his first all-star game. This... Continue Reading →


Remembering the Canadian who replaced Babe Ruth


*Writer's Note: This is an updated version of an article that I've published previously on this blog. He’s Canada’s Mr. October. But even though George Selkirk earned five World Series rings during his nine-year career with the New York Yankees, the vast majority of baseball fans in Canada and the U.S. don’t know who he... Continue Reading →


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