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Hall of Fame

  The 2016 Baseball NB Hall of Fame Ceremony and Baseball Canada Awards Banquet will be held at the Delta Fredericton on Saturday October 29th with a meet and greet starting at 6:00pm with the ceremonies commencing at 7:00pm. Prior to the 2016 inductions Baseball NB and Baseball Canada will present their annual awards for the 2016 season. Tickets for this year’s event are available by contacting the Baseball NB office at 506-451-1329. Cost is $60 per ticket (salmon dinner included)

We are pleased to announce the 2016 Baseball NB Hall of Fame inductees;

2016 Inductees:

Team: 1991-1993 Newcastle Cardinals
- The Newcastle Cardinals was the first team to win 3 consecutive New Brunswick provincial titles from 1991 to 1993. During their provincial reign the team also won 2 Atlantic 21U Championships (91,93); a National Men’s 21U Bronze medal in 1991; and a National Men’s 21U Silver medal in 1992.

Newcastle Cardinals 2016 HOF

 

 

 

 

-Members of the 1991-1993 Newscastle Junior Cardinals Baseball Team are:

Players; Willis Hare; Barry Ames; John Cann; Chris Burns; Joey Savoy; Wade Jardine; Jamie Wood; Nathan Beaudet; Kevin LeBlanc; Ricki Williams; Jody Lynch; Robert Holmes; Brad McMillian; Tiber Kazamer; Jason Vickers; Jay Allison; Mark Dewolfe; Stephen Maltby; Shane Butler; Jamie Henderson; Lee Sanifas; Trevor Butler; Derek McKibbon; Michael John Mitchell; Jason Dickson; Jeff Mitchell; Kevin Agar; John Boyle; Derek Wilson; Mike O’Donnell; Dana Harquail; Jimmy Lordon; Alex Kidney; Mark Dornington; David Godfrey; Terry Morris; Jon Lindsay; Sandy McQuaig; Bob McLeod ; Mark Johnston
Coaches and Managers; Gary Wood; Mike Wood; Robert Stewart; Bob McKibbon; Tom McMillian

Player : Jason Dickson

jason hof 2016

Jason Dickson began playing baseball in the Chatham Minor Baseball association. In 1990 Jason was a member of the 18U Ironmen National Championship team. Following his appearance at the 1991 Baseball Canada Cup championship, Jason was named to the Canada National Junior team. Jason pitch 5.2 innings getting the win over the Americans at the 91 World Youth Championships, assisting Canada to a World Championship. After being recruited by Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and playing for the Somerset Patriots, Jason was drafted by the California Angels in the sixth round of the 94 MLB draft. Dickson’s debut came on August 21, 1996 allowing only one run in 6.1 innings earning his first MLB win. Jason won the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Tip O’Neil award in 1996. In 1997 Jason was named to the AL MLB All Star team, and finished the season with 13 wins, pitched over 200 innings with a 4.29 ERA. In 2004, Jason represented Canada at the Summer Olympics getting the win over Italy. Jason continues to give back to baseball through player clinics, coaching and serving on the Baseball Canada board of directors. 

Player: John Cann

John Cann 2016 HOF

John Philip Cann of Newcastle, NB. has a long baseball playing resume from 1986 to 1997. In 1989 Cann was a member of the New Brunswick Canada Games team finishing in 4th place, and a member of the Atlantic 21U Championship team. Cann was a member of the National Baseball Institute from 1990 to 1995, during those years he was named top hitter of the 91 National Junior Championship, along with winning a bonze medal that same year. He was a member of the Canadian National team from 92 to 95 taking part in several international competitions including the World Championships in Nicaragua and the Olympic Qualifier in Edmonton Alberta. In 1993, John was a member of the Canadian World University Games team in which he hit the game winning home run against Japan to bring Canada home the bronze medal. John was the recipient of the Baseball Canada Jimmy Rattlesnake Award (93) presented to players who demonstrate leadership, sportsmanship and performance. John played for the Moose Jaw Diamond Dogs of the Independent Prairie league in 96 and the Montpellier Barracudas of France of the Elite division in 97. 

Baseball NB Hall of Fame Inductees

2015
2001-2002 Saint John Alpines
Bud Mawhinney
 
2014
Jon Joseph Lindsay
 
2013
Thomas King 
 
2012

2011
Clarence “Quip” Moore
Rodney Arthur Wilson

2010
Richard Neil Thorne
Winston Edward White
Woodstock Lions (1952,53,56,59)

2009
Billy Harris
Tom O`Reilly
Craig Hope

2008
Brent Hallett
Mike Keating
Ed Dunham
1974 Condors

2007
David McManus
Gerald Roy

2006
Richard Leggatt
Tom Cusack
Stephen Hachey
Art Jeffrey
Lancaster Expos 1971-1990

2005
Joe Cook
Ron Hardy
Brian King
Francis McHugh

2004
Agnes McCarthy
Dale Allen

2003
Phil Doiron
Clarence Girouard

2002
Keith Coughlan

2001
Christopher Wayne MacPherson
Harry Stephenson

2000
Harold Rodney Wilson
Victor Ray Fitzgerald

1999
Bill O'Donnell
Chatham Head Tigers 1956
Chatham Senior Ironmen 1975
Jean Guy Robichaud
Terry F. Whalen Sr.

 

1998
Blaine Stewart Sillikers
Curtis 'Curt' Moore
James Michael Maxwell Sr.
Lewisville Junior Keefe Cubs 1951 - 1954
Paul Luc 'Tubby' Melanson
Philip AJ Bourgeois
Ted McQuinn

1997
Darragh Moore Peterson
Dr. Guy L. Sorel
Vincent Churchill McIntyre
Wayne 'Hike' MacPherson

1996
Angus MacDonald
Arthur Edward 'Bush' Nickerson
David Kiley
Greg Morris
Joe Breen
Robert Fulton

1995
Bill Daley
Earl Williams
Francois Joseph Dunn
Kenny Cripps
Pat Chambers
Richard 'Cuffy' McLaughlin
Walter Vautour

1994
Art Leggatt
Burns Vickers
Charles Hassel Murphy
Father George Parent
Leo Paul Aube

1993
Bill McBeath
Bill Saunders
Eugene 'Foggy' Boudreau
James Fox
Rene LeBlanc
Victor Lewis
William Leo Donovan

1992
Lawrence Melvin Scott Harvey Jr.
Paul Joseph Hodgson
Scott Harvey Sr.
Thomas George Thompson

1991
Bill James
Clement Aloysius O'Conner 'Oakie'
George Littlejohn
Gordon Coffey
John Power Harvey
Joseph Walter O'Toole
Percy Watts
Rheal Paul Cormier

1990
Charlie Nichols
Percy Senechal

1989
Donald Walter Johnson
Joseph Hanley
Waldo Henderson

 

- Jason Dickson began playing baseball in the Chatham Minor Baseball association. In 1990 Jason was a member of the 18U Ironmen National Championship team. Following his appearance at the 1991 Baseball Canada Cup championship, Jason was named to the Canada National Junior team. Jason pitch 5.2 innings getting the win over the Americans at the 91 World Youth Championships, assisting Canada to a World Championship. After being recruited by Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and playing for the Somerset Patriots, Jason was drafted by the California Angels in the sixth round of the 94 MLB draft. Dickson’s debut came on August 21, 1996 allowing only one run in 6.1 innings earning his first MLB win. Jason won the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Tip O’Neil award in 1996. In 1997 Jason was named to the AL MLB All Star team, and finished the season with 13 wins, pitched over 200 innings with a 4.29 ERA. In 2004, Jason represented Canada at the Summer Olympics getting the win over Italy. Jason continues to give back to baseball through player clinics, coaching and serving on the Baseball Canada board of directors.