Bob Elliott poised to make Canadian baseball history in Cooperstown


Call him the Fergie Jenkins of baseball writers. No, Toronto Sun baseball columnist Bob Elliott wasn’t blessed with the Canadian pitching legend’s athleticism, but he does possess Jenkins’ work ethic, durability and penchant for producing consistently excellent results. So it’s fitting that Elliott – similar to Jenkins becoming the first Canadian player inducted into the... Continue Reading →


Canadian baseball community mourns Gary Carter


The first image you saw when you visited Baseball Canada’s website on Friday was a photo paying tribute to Gary Carter. It’s a testament to the legendary Expo’s enduring impact on baseball in this country that our national baseball body has chosen to honour Carter, who played his last game in the big leagues in... Continue Reading →


Top Canadian Baseball Stories of 2010 – Part 1


Happy New Year! With the calendar now turned to 2011, here’s part one of my look back at the top Canadian baseball stories of 2010 (in no particular order): Votto wins NL MVP, Lou Marsh and Tip O’Neill awards After battling anxiety and depression in 2009, Etobicoke, Ont., native Joey Votto’s 2010 season was nothing... Continue Reading →


Bob Elliott captures Ball Hall`s Jack Graney Award


Source: Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame (www.baseballhalloffame.ca) St. Marys - Driven. Loyal. Upright. Passionate. Proud Canadian. Humble. These are words commonly attributed to journalist Bob Elliott by players, fans and colleagues from coast to coast, and both north and south of the 49th parallel. The accomplished author and Sun baseball columnist, who would much rather... Continue Reading →


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