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Hall of Fame


2011 Inductees:

Clarence “Quip” Moore

Clarence Francis Moore is a batting legend from Saint John, New Brunswick. During his playing years from 1921 to 1941, Clarence maintained .300 batting average or better and was always among league leaders in stolen bases.  Quip stayed true to his Saint John roots by opting out of a try-out with St. Louis of the National League in 1925 to stay and play ball in New Brunswick. Moore starred for teams from Saint John, Milltown, and Minto. He also established a Maritime record of 9 RBI’s in a single game.

Rodney Arthur Wilson

Rodney Wilson from St. Stephen, NB is most widely known for his hitting prowess in the batter’s box. Rodney, also known as Junebug, still sits atop of the all-time leaders in RBI’s with 439. He also sits in the top ten all time in the following categories; Home Runs (104); Doubles (72); Hits (554); At Bats (1555); Batting Average (0.356); and Runs (386). Rodney had a great eye while standing at the plate, and he approached each at bat like it was his last. From 1982 to 2006 Rodney managed to attain, 8 All Star Seasons, 1 MVP title, a Canada Games Silver Medal, and 2 National Championships (84-Saint John Dodgers; 06-Moncton Mets). Rodney was an exceptional player who took his role very seriously and always respected the game.