Toronto Maple Leafs

  This Is just a wonderful piece of Canadian Baseball history. This jersey was worn by the Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League. Jack Kent Cooke, born In Ontario, owned the Leafs from 1951 to 1961. He left Canada In ’61 and three years later sold the ball club. Jack Kent cooke went on Learn More >>

Toronto Maple Leafs 1956

  This flannel jersey, right from old Maple Leafs Stadium In Toronto, Is just one of the nicest jerseys around. This was used by  pitcher Johnny Hetki, who also played for the Reds, St. Louis Browns and the Pirates. My Dad would tell me about the games he watched there as a kid. He was Learn More >>

John ” Zoomer ” Izumi

  Although not the originator of the vision check, this guy perfected it!! A master on the mound, his contract consisted of having to win player of the game, every time he pitched. This jersey appears to have been worn during Intercounty games, but, It Is of such poor quality, I feel bad for players Learn More >>

Todd Bargman 1988

Monty Fariss 1989

  This guy could just flat out play ball!! No idea why he didn’t make it huge in the bigs. A product of Oklahoma State University, he was one of two first round draft picks with Robin Ventura, from his team in 1988. He hit bombs at Allie Reynolds stadium! He would hit them over Learn More >>