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Four new members of the British Baseball Hall of Fame inducted in 2013

Today the fifth annual class of the British Baseball Hall of Fame (BBHoF) has been announced, and there are four new inductees, bringing the total membership to 22. The inductees include there long-serving and well-decorated players as well as someone who built the backbone for British baseball’s historical recording. The four individuals are presented below. […]

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Gerard-Thesingh, Gladu, and Thurston are latest inductees in the British Baseball Hall of Fame

The second Tuesday in October, now established as the traditional time for announcing the new annual set of inductees into the British Baseball Hall of Fame (BBHoF), sees three more individuals receive the highest honour in the game: Ted Gerard-Thesingh (Coaches, managers, umpires, and other officials); Roland Gladu (Baseball players); Brian Thurston (Baseball players). They […]

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Press coverage gained in Merseyside for Norman Wells, Sr, Sir John Moores, and the British Baseball Hall of Fame

With two of the three inaugural inductees into the British Baseball Hall of Fame last month being Merseyside-based (Sir John Moores and Norman Wells, Sr), this is clearly the region of the country where press coverage was most likely to be achieved. And achieved it has been, with news stories appearing in three newspapers: the […]

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Kendrick, Moores, and Wells inducted into British Baseball Hall of Fame

The inaugural class of inductees into the British Baseball Hall of Fame (www.bbhof.org.uk) has been announced, and there are three names on the list. Ross Kendrick Kendrick, the stand-out player for the Great Britain team of 1938 (recognized as the first World Champions), has been inducted under the “Baseball players” category. Sir John Moores Moores, […]

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