Monthly Archives: March 2017

1997 New Brunswick Major Leaguers

This is the first post in a new series where I will be posting a picture and writing a short paragraph about said picture. Above is a lithograph printed during the 1997 Major League season.  The picture celebrates the three … Continue reading

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Syndey Mines Ramblers Uniform

While doing some research for this blog, I came across these beauties.  Recently someone put an old Sydney Mines Ramblers uniform on Ebay. I am not sure of the authentically of this uniform but I am willing to trust that … Continue reading

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Atlantic Canadians at the World Baseball Classic & Olympics

Here is a rundown of the Maritimers that have represented Canada at all four World Baseball Classics.  Also included are the Maritimers who played Olympic baseball for Canada. World Baseball Classic: 2006: Rheal Cormier, pitcher: Moncton, New Brunswick; Philadelphia Phillies … Continue reading

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South Street Field, Glace Bay

The Glace Bay Miners of the old Cape Breton Colliery League played their home games at South Street Field.  At 59°57’02.75″ west, this the most easterly park in Organized Baseball history.  The field is still in use today, assuming that … Continue reading

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Chatham Ironmen vs. Team USA

On August 5, 1997 the Chatham Ironmen hosted Team USA junior team.  This was Team USA’s final warmup for the World Junior tournament that was held in Moncton that year.  The Ironmen would finish the 1997 season with a 17-9 … Continue reading

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