Two tidbits about Terry Puhl – Resurrected

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada Last summer, I started what I had hoped would be a regular feature called "Two tidbits about Terry Puhl." I wrote three blog entries within two months and then got sidetracked with other projects, but I wanted to resurrect this feature because I still feel like Puhl doesn't get... Continue Reading →

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Remembering Tom Seaver and his Canadian connections

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It seems fitting to show a Canadian Tom Seaver card today -- this is a 1979 O-Pee-Chee card made in London, Ont. By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver has passed away at the age of 75. The National Baseball Hall of Fame shared the news of his death in... Continue Reading →

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Two tidbits about Terry Puhl – Terry “owned” Tom Terrific

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada It was a quiet summer night about two years ago when I was perusing Twitter and stumbled upon a tweet from legendary left-hander Jim Kaat. Kaat had written that nobody could say they "owned" Tom Seaver except for former Montreal Expo and Toronto Blue Jay Tommy Hutton, who went... Continue Reading →

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Two tidbits about Terry Puhl – Part 1

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada Over the past two decades, Canadian baseball fans - like myself - have been spoiled. We've been able to watch elite offensive talents like Larry Walker (Maple Ridge, B.C.), Matt Stairs (Fredericton, N.B.), Jason Bay (Trail, B.C.), Justin Morneau (New Westminster, B.C.), Russell Martin (Montreal, Que.) and Joey Votto... Continue Reading →

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But What Do I Know? . . . Fergie Jenkins, Gary Carter, Nick Pivetta, Orv Franchuk

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada My weekly observations and notes about some Canadian baseball stories: - Self-described Baseball Reference Play Index adherent Austin J. Eich shares a seemingly endless stream of fascinating baseball stats on Twitter, including this one (below) about Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Fergie Jenkins (Chatham, Ont.). Eich notes that... Continue Reading →

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