are several helpful and interesting parts (in the global guide)…I appreciate the notion that the toughness bred by
living in a hostile climate may account for some of our boys doing well in the majors. I also did not know about Tip O'Neill,
and it sounds like we should start a HOF campaign for him. Thanks for bringing that up.” – Jim, Canada,
on "World in a Ballpark: Baseball Goes Global"
“You did a good job of summarizing baseball in
our country.” – Matt, Canada
To Americans and the rest of the world, the Great White North doesn't exactly conjure up
an ideal climate for baseball. After all, even in April and May, snow can linger beyond the outfield fences at many a
baseball does have great history and roots in Canada, and great players that participated in the World Baseball Classic. You can learn about the history of Canada baseball and a whole lot more in World in a Ballpark: Baseball
Goes Global, which is available for purchase at the Buy Joe's Guides page.
you’re planning a ballpark tour, you can learn about Canada’s great ballparks in the annually-updated, A Fan's
Guide To The Ultimate Ballpark Tour: Fully Loaded!, which is also available for purchase at the Buy Joe's Guides page. The Fully Loaded guide has planning details for a trip to Canada, from Rogers Centre (AKA, SkyDome)
in Toronto to some of the better, smaller ballparks throughout this splendid country, including those in the
independent and amateur leagues. We also hope you enjoy this collage of photos, and enjoy a baseball journey to the Great
White North! If you want to view a sample of the guide and how easy the guide works, visit the MLB Ballpark Trips page.