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  InducteEs


The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum has 86 inductees (as of June 20, 2009) honoured in the Hall of Fame.  Below is a list of the inductees and some photos.

1983
John Ducey - USA - baseball executive
Phil Marchildon - Penetanguishene, ON - pitcher
James (Tip) OíNeill - Woodstock, ON - player
Lester B. Pearson - Toronto, ON - baseball pioneer
George Selkirk ñ Huntsville, ON - player
Frank Shaughnessy - USA - baseball pioneer

     
     


1984
Andrew Bilesky ñ Trail, B.C. - provincial administrator
Charles Bronfman ñ Montreal, QC - owner Montreal Expos
Jack Graney ñ St. Thomas, ON - player/broadcaster
Claude Raymond ñ St. Jean, QC - pitcher/coach/executive
Goody Rosen ñ Toronto, ON - player

     
     


1985
Carmen Bush ñ Toronto, ON - baseball pioneer
Jack Kent Cooke ñ Toronto, ON - owner
Dick Fowler ñ Toronto, ON - pitcher
John Hiller ñ Toronto, ON - pitcher
Ron Taylor ñ Toronto, ON - pitcher

     
 

 

   


1986
Reggie Cleveland ñ Swift Current, SK - player
Bob Emslie ñ Guelph, ON - pitcher/umpire
Oscar Judd ñ London, ON - pitcher
Bob Prentice ñ Toronto, ON - baseball administrator

   
   


1987
Russ Ford ñ Brandon, MN - pitcher
George (Moon) Gibson ñ London, ON - player
Ferguson Jenkins ñ Chatham, ON - pitcher
Glenn (Rocky) Nelson - USA - player with Montreal and Toronto

   
   


1988
Beachville & Zorra Amateur Teams (1838) - ON - players (1st ever recorded game)
Reno Bertoia ñ Windsor, ON - player
Ted Bowsfield ñ Vernon, B.C. - pitcher
Jeff Heath ñ Fort William, ON - player
Bill Phillips ñ St. John, NB - player
Ron PichÈ ñ Verdun, QC - pitcher/coach/administrator

     
     


1989
Robert Brown - USA - Provincial Executive (British Columbia)
Arthur Irwin ñ Toronto, ON - player

   


1990
Jimmy Archer ñ Toronto, ON - player

 


1991
Jackie Robinson - USA - player & first black player to play MLB
Pete Ward ñ Montreal, QC - player
Jimmy Williams ñ Toronto, ON - coach

     


1992
Tom Burgess ñ London, ON - player/coach
National Youth Team (1991) - Canada - players

   


1995
Terry Puhl ñ Melville, SK - player

 


1996
Justin Jay Clarke ñ Amherstburg, ON - player
Father Ronald Cullen ñ Windsor, ON - coach
Frank OíRourke ñ Hamilton, ON - player

     


1997
Pat Gillick - USA - Toronto Blue Jays Executive
John McHale - USA - Montreal Expos Executive

   


1998
Canadian-born AAGPBL Players - Canada - players
George (Knotty) Lee ñ Toronto, ON - player/coach
Ron Roncetti ñ Toronto, ON - player/coach

   

   

1999
Frank Colman ñ London, ON - player
Bobby Mattick - USA - Toronto Blue Jays Coach/Manager
George Sleeman ñ Guelph, ON - baseball pioneer

     


2000
Jim Fanning - USA - Long-time Montreal Expo Coach/Executive

 


2001
Gary Carter -USA - Montreal Expo
Dave McKay ñ Vancouver, B.C. - Toronto Blue Jays

   


2002
Paul Beeston ñ Welland, ON - Toronto Blue Jays Executive
Cito Gaston - USA - long-time Toronto Blue Jays Coach/Manager
Don McDougall ñ Charlottetown, PEI - Toronto Blue Jays Executive
Dave Shury ñ Wilkie, SK - Provincial Administrator (Saskatchewan)
Harry Simmons - USA - Baseball Historian
Bill Slack ñ Petrolia, ON - Minor League Player/Long-time Coach

     
     


2003
Richard Belec ñ Montreal, QC - Provincial Administrator (Quebec)
Joe Carter - USA - long-time Toronto Blue Jays
Kirk McCaskill ñ Kapuskasing, ON - pitcher
Vancouver Asahi ñ British Columbia - amature team -
Sleeping Tigers Movie

     

   


2004
Andre Dawson - USA - long-time Montreal Expo
Peter Hardy ñ London, ON - Toronto Blue Jays Executive
Joseph Lannin - Quebec - Owner Boston Red Sox
Jim McKean ñ Montreal, QC - Major League Umpire

   
   


2005
Steve Rogers - USA - long-time Montreal Expo
Charles (Pop) Smith ñ Digby - player
Dave Stieb - USA - long-time Toronto Blue Jays
Harold Doc Younker - USA - Provincial Administrator (British Columbia)

   
   


2006
Ron Hayter - Regina, SK - Provincial Administrator (Alberta)
Tommy Lasorda - USA - pitcher with Montreal
John McLean ñ Fredericton, NB - player
Ron Stead ñ London, ON - pitcher

   
   


2007
George (Sparky) Anderson - USA - played/managed Montreal & Toronto
John Haar - Vancouver, B.C. - Provincial Administrator (British Columbia)
Sherry Robertson - Montreal, QC - Player/Coach

     

2008
Tony Fernandez - USA - 12 yrs with Toronto Blue Jays
Billy Harris - Duguayville, NB - 15 year professional career, 174 Wins
Gladwyn Scott - Hamiota, MB - Provincial Administrator (Manitoba)
Peter Widdrington - Toronto, ON - Toronto Blue Jays & MLB Executive

 Tony Fernandez  Billy Harris  Gladwyn Scott  Peter Widdrington

2009
Bernie Soulliere - Windsor, ON - National/Provincial Adminstrator
Roy "Doc" Miller - Chatham, ON - player
Larry Walker - Maple Ridge, B.C. - player
Ernie Whitt - USA - 25 yrs Toronto Blue Jays, 10 yrs Baseball Canada

       

This area is currently under construction and will be updated shortly with all 86 inductees bio's.

RULES FOR NOMINATIONS

1. A player must be retired for three years.
2. Must receive 75% of the vote to be inducted.
3. If the person is not Canadian they must have done something significant in baseball in Canada.
4. The person will stay on the ballot for nine years as long as they receive a minimum of one vote every two years.
5. If you would like a nomination form please
email Scott. All information must be in by December 31st of the year to be eligible for the following year.

TIP O'NEILL AWARD

Presented annually to the Canadian player judged to have excelled in individual achievement and team contribution while adhering to baseball's highest ideals.

WINNERS:

1984 - Terry Puhl - G-132, R-66, HR-9, RBI-55, AVG-.301
1985 - Dave Shipanoff - W-1, ERA-3.22, G-26, IP-36.1, SO-26
1986 - Rob Ducey - G-135, R-85, HR-23, RBI-96, AVG-.324 (AA/A)
1987 - Larry Walker - G-128, R-91, HR-26, RBI-83, AVG-.287 (AA)
1988 - Kevin Reimer - G-145, R-76, HR-22, RBI-78, AVG-.294 (MLB/AA)
1989 - Steve Wilson - W-6, ERA-4.20, G-53, IP-85.2, SO-65
1990 - Larry Walker - G-133, R-59, HR-19, RBI-51, AVG-.241
1991 - Daniel Brabant - World Youth Championship W-3, ERA-0.46
1992 - Larry Walker - G-143, R-85, 23, RBI-93, AVG-.301
1993 - Rob Butler - WS winner - G-73, R-38, HR-1, RBI-16, AVG-.281 (MLB/AAA)
1994 - Larry Walker - G-103, R-76, HR-19, RBI-86, AVG-.322
1995 - Larry Walker - G-131, R-96, HR-36, RBI-101, AVG-.306
1996 - Jason Dickson - W-13, ERA-3.90, G-33, IP-228.1, SO-130 (MLB/AAA/AA)
1997 - Larry Walker - NL MVP - G-153, R-143, HR-49, RBI-130, AVG-.366
1998 - Larry Walker - G-130, R-113, HR-23, RBI-67, AVG-.363
1999 - Jeff Zimmerman - W-9, ERA-2.36, G-65, IP-87.2, SO-67
2000 - Ryan Dempster - W-14, ERA-3.66, G-33, IP-226.1, SO-209
2001 - Corey Koskie - G-153, R-100, HR-26, RBI-103, AVG-.276
2001 - Larry Walker - G-142, R-107, HR-38, RBI-123, AVG-.350
2002 - Eric GagnÈ - W-4, ERA-1.97, G-77, SV-52, IP-82.1, SO-114
2002 - Larry Walker - G-136, R-95, HR-26, RBI-104, AVG-.338
2003 - Eric GagnÈ-NL CY Young -W-2, ERA-1.20, G-77, SV-55, IP-82.1, SO-137
2004 - Jason Bay - NL ROY - G-120, R-61, HR-26, RBI-82, AVG-.282
2005 - Jason Bay - G-162, R-110, HR-32, RBI-101, AVG .306
2006 - Justin Morneau - AL MVP - G-157, R-97, HR-34, RBI-130, AVG-.321
2007 - Russell Martin - All-Star, SS, GG - G-151, R-87, HR-19, RBI-87, AVG-.293
2008 - Justin Morneau - G-163, R-97, HR-23, RBI-129, AVG-.300

 Note:   James "Tip" O'Neill was one of Major League baseball's first legitimate stars. With the St. Louis Browns in 1887, O'Neill batted .492, SLG-.691, Hits-225, Doubles-52, Triples-19, Homeruns-14, Total Bases-357, Runs-167 (4th all-time for a single season), RBI-123. The outfielder from Woodstock, Ontario set major league records in hits, doubles, slugging percentage, and total bases that season while compiling an astounding .492 batting average (walks were included as hits in 1887, but if his average was calculated by today's standard, it was .435, the second highest in major league history to Hugh Duffy, .438).  The former US Speaker of the House was named after the Canadian baseball icon.

JACK GRANEY AWARD
(Lifetime Media achievement award)

WINNERS:

2005 - Len Bramson - TBS Sports
2004 - Jacques Doucet - Monteal Expos
2003 - Allan Simpson - Baseball America
2002 - Ernie Harwell - Detroit Tigers
2001 - Tom Cheek - Toronto Blue Jays
1996 - Dave Van Horne - TSN & CIQC
1991 - Hal Kelly & Joe Crysdale - CKEY
1990 - Austin Dink Carroll - Montreal Star
1988 - Milt Dunnell - Toronto Star
1987 - Neil MacCarl - Toronto Star

If you feel that someone is eligible for the Jack Graney Award for their lifetime in Baseball media please email the
HALL OF FAME with details as to why they should win this award.