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  • Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Museum
    As the centrepiece of a sprawling 32-acre site, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum preserves Canada's rich baseball heritage while leading visitors around the base paths of the game's history. In one room, fans ogle displays dedicated solely to the Expos and Blue Jays, and in another, artifacts from across the globe trap eyes in a pickle between vintage photos and authentic uniforms. The consistently rotated lineup of displays also saves a spot for current Canadian ballplayers, as well as for autographed Babe Ruth mementos that, despite their age, still retain their new hotdog smell. Each year, the Hall of Fame adds new members to a select group of inductees, which currently includes 93 individuals and ranges from pro ballplayers and amateurs to umpires and trainers. In 2012 alone, the museum and its surrounding ball fields will play host to more than 450 events, highlighted by training clinics and minor league games. The 10th annual Kids on Deck summer camp also calls the site home, giving youngsters aged 8–14 the chance to perfect such vital skills as bunting and spitting a sunflower seed at least 10 feet.
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    386 Church St S
    St Marys, ON CA
  • The Baseball Zone
    It's about time you got back into the swing of things. Check out the baseball grounds at The Baseball Zone in Mississauga. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1081 Brevik Pl
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • National Buffalo Wing Festival
    In the 2001 movie Osmosis Jones, Bill Murray's character dreams of attending the National Buffalo Wing Festival. Although that made for an amusing plot point, there was a problem: at the time, no such festival existed. When Buffalo native Drew Cerza heard about this oversight, he realized that it was a wrong that needed righting. He threw his inaugural festival that same year, and the rest is meaty, sauce-slathered history. Now, every Labor Day weekend, wing fans flock to Buffalo, and they usually bring their appetites to chow through one million-plus wings over the duration of the festival. At each festival, restaurant representatives travel to Coca-Cola Field to share their tastiest, hottest sauces with festivalgoers. A select group of buffalo wing purists participate in the festival's traditional and creative sauce competitions, whipping up sauces onstage before serving their concoctions to a panel of local celebrity judges. The sauce-off is one of the festival's many contests, which also include wing eating competitions and bobbing for wings in a pool of blue cheese. Aside from the many wing-based events, the festival features entertainment ranging from live music to live quiz shows. In 2006, the festival even hosted a wedding, fulfilling every father's fantasy of grabbing a snack as he accompanies his daughter down the aisle.
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    275 Washington Street
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Connie Mack Little League
    Gather up your baseball gear and head to Connie Mack Little League in Buffalo for some fun practice drills. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    94 Garnet Road
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Bernardo Karate Academy
    London's Bernardo Karate Academy is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter. Get your heart racing and your blood pumping in this high-intensity mixed martial arts class. The motivating and skilled kickboxing instructors are here to push your body to its limits. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1165 Oxford St E
    London, ON CA
  • Off Limit Sports
    Established in 2010 by two guys with a passion for volleyball, Off Limit Sports combines the healthy, active elements of playing sports with the social elements of trying new things. Much like actual volleyballs, which grow from seeds, the company started small: it offered just one night of volleyball per week. Today, though, it organizes leagues, tournaments, and pickup events in a number of sports, including soccer, baseball, basketball, and trampoline dodgeball. Despite that growth, Off Limit Sports remains closely connected to the community, working to raise funds and awareness for many local causes and charities.
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    1675 Lake Shore Blvd. E
    Toronto, ON CA

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