My weekly Canadian baseball news "But What Do I Know?" column discusses Myles Naylor, Joey Votto and Dave Stieb.
Kevin Glew remembers former Toronto Blue Jays left-hander and broadcaster John Cerutti who would've turned 63 today.
Former Montreal Expos catcher and award-winning broadcaster Tim McCarver passed away on Thursday at the age of 81.
Without Scott Rolen, Canadian slugger Joey Votto likely wouldn’t be a six-time All-Star, and that's just one of the new Hall of Famer's Canadian connections.
October 16, 2022 By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada My weekly Canadian baseball news and notes: -Cleveland Guardians slugger Josh Naylor (Mississauga, Ont.) delivered an RBI double off potential World Baseball Classic teammate Jameson Taillon (whose parents are Canadian) in the 10th inning in the Guardians' 4-2 win over the New York Yankees in Game... Continue Reading →
By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada Chuck Hartenstein, a relief pitcher on the 1977 Toronto Blue Jays, passed away on Saturday at the age of 79. The University of Texas Athletics department reported his death on their website on Tuesday. After major league tenures with the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals and Boston... Continue Reading →
By Kevin Glew Canadian Baseball Network My weekly observations and notes about some Canadian baseball stories: -Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms out there! And especially to my mom, Glenyce Glew, who my dad and I have dragged to enough Toronto Blue Jays games over the years that she has become one of... Continue Reading →
By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada He should still be here. Those are the first words that come to mind when I think of John Cerutti today, on what would be his 61st birthday. He should be providing analysis on tonight's Toronto Blue Jays telecast. The former Blue Jays left-hander was a fit, active, athletic... Continue Reading →
By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada When most people think of Travis Fryman, they remember him as a steady, productive Gold Glove Award-winning third baseman for the Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians. But to me, Fryman will always be a fresh-faced 20-year-old shortstop for the double-A London Tigers at Labatt Park. I was a baseball-crazed... Continue Reading →
This is the seventh of my “Find the Canadian Connection” features. For this feature, I close my eyes and reach into a random box of baseball cards in my basement and pull out a single card. I then try to establish a Canadian connection for the player featured on the card. You can read all... Continue Reading →