Eleanor Callow (TRADING CARD DB)

Eleanor Callow

Eleanor Callow was more than just the greatest power hitter in…
Paul Calvert

Paul Calvert

Arguably the best prospect produced by the province of Quebec…
Rheal Cormier (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Rhéal Cormier

Canadian Rhéal Cormier had two distinct major-league careers.…
Jason Bay (TRADING CARD DB)

Jason Bay

Jason Bay is a member of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame,…
Dick Fowler (CANADIAN BASEBALL HALL OF FAME)

Dick Fowler

In the late 1940s, Dick Fowler was one of the American League’s…
We Are, We Can, We Will: The 1992 World Champion Toronto Blue Jays

Don Chevrier

This biography was published in We Are, We Can, We Will: The…

Pete Craig

Assumption High School in Windsor, Canada, must have had some…

Joseph Creamer

Prior to his untimely death in July 1918, Dr. Joseph Creamer…

Babe Dye

When thinking of multi-sport athletes from Toronto, the first…

Wyman Andrus

Montana’s Moonlight Graham, Wyman Andrus appeared in a single…

Ted Bowsfield

Left-hander Ted Bowsfield spent seven seasons in the big leagues,…

Bunk Congalton

A stonemason from Scotland, Alexander Congalton moved to Canada…

Gus Dugas

Canadian-born Gus Dugas was an injury-plagued journeyman major…
Jimmy Claxton (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Jimmy Claxton

On the morning of May 28, 1916, a lean, lefthanded pitcher took…

Bob Addy

A celebrated base ball character” was A. G. Spalding’s succinct…

Bob Emslie

Bob Emslie, National League umpire and newlywed in 1893.…

Russ Ford

The first player born in the western Canadian province of Manitoba…

Ken Crosby

Ken Crosby’s workday on a fine Southern California spring afternoon…

Jeff Francis

For those of you have never heard of the Magnus Force, as first…

Reggie Cleveland

"He's the best I have."1 So said Cardinals manager Red Schoendienst…
We Are, We Can, We Will: The 1992 World Champion Toronto Blue Jays

Rob Ducey

This biography was published in We Are, We Can, We Will: The…