ST. MARYS, Ontario – Reliever Tom Henke, early major leaguer George "Dandy" Wood and Baseball America founder Allan Simpson have been chosen for induction into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
Henke was 41-42 with 311 saves from 1982-95, 17th on the career list. The Kansas City, Mo., native had a record 217 saves for the Toronto Blue Jays and also pitched for Texas and St. Louis.
Wood was the eighth Canadian to reach the major leagues, and one of only three to come from Prince Edward Island. He hit. 273 played from 1880-92 for Worcester, Detroit, Philadelphia and Cincinnati of the National League, Baltimore of the American Association, Philadelphia of the Players League and Philadelphia of the American Association.
Simpson is from Kelowna, British Colombia.
They will be inducted on June 18.