• Oral History Update: Dick MacPherson

    Long-time St. Marys resident Dick MacPherson was interviewed today. Dick was an integral part of the local group formed in an attempt to attract the Hall of Fame to St. Marys. His recollections represent the first of a number of interpretations of the Hall’s move from Toronto from the St. Marys point of view. They […]

  • Oral History Update: Bruce Prentice Part 2

    The second and final instalment of what became a lengthy interview with Bruce Prentice was completed today, and is being transcribed. As noted below, Bruce was the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s founder and first President. During the interview session the Centre was also able to obtain copies of numerous photographs documenting the Hall’s earliest […]

  • Hall of Famer Bill Humber

    Today was a red-letter day for Centre for Canadian Baseball Research Director Bill Humber. Bill was announced as part of the 2018 inductee class to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, joining Pedro Martinez and Lloyd Moseby. The honour recognizes Bill’s more than 40 years of groundbreaking research, disseminated via publication or in a presentation […]

  • Oral History Update: Bruce Prentice

    The fourth interview of our Founders of the Hall of Fame oral history project was completed today. The lengthy interview, conducted by project leader Elena North, was provided by Bruce Prentice, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s original founder and long-time President. The Prentice interview joins those of Bill Gleed, Don Hillhouse and […]

  • Construction Underway for Museum

    Construction (or more properly, deconstruction) began this week on the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s recently announced Museum renovation and expansion. The wooden deck at the Museum’s east side is being demolished as preparations are being made for the new addition at that end of the existing Museum building. The addition is to include a […]