Delgado, Felipe Alou, 3 others go into Canadian Hall of Fame
ST. MARYS, Ontario (AP) Former big leaguers Carlos Delgado, Corey Koskie and Matt Stairs and longtime Montreal manager Felipe Alou have been elected to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Canadian Hall announced Wednesday that they will be inducted with sports writer Bob Elliott on June 13.
Delgado is the career leader in home runs and RBIs for the Toronto Blue Jays. He played 17 seasons overall and finished with 473 homers.
Koskie is from Manitoba and played for Canada in the World Baseball Classic in 2006 and 2009.
Stairs is from New Brunswick. He played for Montreal and Toronto and hit 265 homers in 19 seasons.
Alou was part of the Expos' organization as a player, instructor or manager for 27 of its 36 years of existence.
Elliott is the baseball columnist for the Toronto Sun.