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Robert “Shud” Ethier

December 11, 2016 admin 0

“The best lefthander this city has ever produced.” That is how the late Intelligencer sports writer Tom Gavey described Shud Ethier at the height of [continue]

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Vi Christopher

December 11, 2016 admin 0

The first lady of minor baseball in Belleville was also the first woman to preside over a provincial baseball association in Canada. Vi Christopher was [continue]

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Jack Carson

December 11, 2016 admin 0

A life member of the Ontario Baseball Association, Jack Carson’s involvement in the game dates back to his days as a player and an umpire [continue]

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Belleville Nationals

December 8, 2016 admin 0

The 1928 Belleville Nationals brought the Ontario Senior Baseball Association (OBA) championship to Belleville in late September, 1928 following a 2-1 series victory over the [continue]

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Walter Gerow

December 5, 2016 admin 0

It has been said that no one knew as much about baseball as did Walter Gerow. Born in Foxboro, Ontario, Walt started playing ball at [continue]

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Fred Goyer

December 5, 2016 admin 0

From the family of outstanding local athletes, Fred Goyer, also known as “Lefty,” was one of the best baseball pitchers ever produced in the city. [continue]