Molitor speaks at Ontario Blue Jays HOF dinner

by on January 12, 2014


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* Hall of Famer Paul Molitor — who his high school coach could take a swing with a glass of water on his head and not spill a drop — is the featured guest speaker at Saturday’s Ontario Blue Jays dinner and Hall of Fame induction ceremony. ….


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Saturday Jan. 18 6:30 PM

La Primavera Hospitality and Convention Centre

77 Woodstream Boulevard, Woodbridge (2 streets east of Martingrove running south off of Highway #7)

molitorFeaturing Keynote Speaker: Paul Molitor

2004 Inductee to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY

Former Toronto Blue Jay, Milwaukee Brewer and Minnesota Twin

Current Major League Coach with the Minnesota Twins

Member of Major League Baseball’s 3000 Hit Club (3319)

7 time American League All Star

(1993 World Series Champion and World Series MVP for the Toronto Blue Jays)


2013 Ontario Blue Jays Awards Winners Include:

– Most Valuable Player in Organization

– Top Coach in Organization

– Volunteer of the Year

– Top OBJ Professional Player

– Top OBJ Collegiate Player

– Award For Perseverance and Work Ethic


Joining the OBJ Hall of Fame:

C George Kottaras

George KottarasGeorge is from Markham, ON and played for the Ontario Blue Jays primarily under coach Dan Bleiwas from 2000 – 2002.  George attended Connors State College in Warner, Oklahoma and made a commitment to the University of Florida.  George was selected in the 20th round by the San Diego Padres in 2002 reaching the Major Leagues in 2008 with the Boston Red Sox.  George has played professionally for 11 seasons including with the Oakland Athletics and Kansas City Royals.  He currently plays for the Chicago Cubs.  George represented Greece at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.


1B Matt Logan

logan2editedMatt is from Brampton, ON and played for the Ontario Blue Jays in 1997 for coach Gary Wilson.  Matt signed with the Toronto Blue Jays as a free agent in 1997, making his debut with Medicine Hat the following year.  Matt played 7 seasons in the Toronto Blue Jays organization reaching AA in New Haven and New Hampshire in 2003 and 2004 respectively.  Matt also played in the Cincinnati Reds organization.  Matt has represented Canada on the National Team including at the qualifier for the 2004 Summer Olympics.  Matt coached with the Ontario Blue Jays 2008 – 2010.


RHP John Ogiltree

ogiltreeJohn is from Mississauga, ON and played for the Ontario Blue Jays in 1996 under coach Gary Wilson.  John attended Martin Methodist University in Pulaski, Tennessee from 1996 – 2000.  He was drafted in the 32nd round by the Detroit Tigers in 1996 and signed with the Toronto Blue Jays as a free agent in 2000.  John played in the Toronto Blue Jays organization for 5 seasons and also spent time with the Washington Nationals.  John played for Team Canada in the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.



– Tickets are $125 each

– Half Tables of 5 guests are $550

– Tables of 10 guests are $1000

– Includes Open Bar

– Includes Filet Mignon Dinner

(Vegetarian Dinner or Chicken Cutlet available upon request – must be specified when you purchase your ticket)



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