Chapter 15


Rod Carew


One of the first great Latin American baseball players of the 20th century was Rod Carew. Born in a train in the canal zone of his home country of Panama, in 1945, Rod Carew moved to New York City at age 17. Immediately after his high school graduation, he got drafted by the Minnesotta Twins as a second baseman. He won the American League Rookie of the Year in 1967. From his rookie year on to his second to last season, Carew played in the All-Star Game. He additionally won seven batting titles and received the AL MVP in 1977. He played for the Minnesotta Twins from 1967-1978 and for the California Angels from 1979-1985. In addition, Carew received the Roberto Clemente Award in 1977. This award is dedicated to those who give support for their home country. In 1991, Carew was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Carew is now retired and is at age 61.
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Rusty Staub

Rusty Staub was a 5 time MLB All-Star, who was loved in Canada for his play for the Montreal Expos. In total he played 23 seasons (from 1963-1985) with 5 teams. 4 of those years were with Montreal. Staub was drafted by the Houston organization and was expected to be an instant star. However, Staub dissapointed and was traded to Montreal, where he started to show his ability. French Canadians had a peticular admiration for Staub, because Staub tried to learn French. They named him "Le Grand Orange" for his red hair. Staub will forever be remembered in Montreal.
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Centennial Year 1967

The Centennial Year of Canada was 1967, as it was the 100th anniversary of the dominion. It was a year long celebration, and festivies included Expo 67' and the Caribana Parade in Toronto. In addition, new coins were invented and many new libraries and public buildings were built. The Montreal tourist industry and business was at never-before seen heights.

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“Neanderthal Man” by the Hotlegs

Neanderthal Man was the lone 1970 hit single by the British rock group, "The Hotlegs". Its popularity was created because of its word catching chorus "I'm a Neanderthal Man, You're A Neanderthal Girl, Let's Make Love in this Neanderthal World". In 1972, the three original members of the group joined with Graham Gouldman, and the four of them called themselves 10cc.

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Orange Crush

Orange Crush has been one of the great soda’s of all-time. In 1906 J.M Thompson created this all-orange flavored carbonated drink. The soda quickly arose the ranks in popularity and availability. Orange Crush remains the most popular orange soda, but in the past 50 years, Orange Crush is no longer as widely sold. Many side-kicks of the drink have been created. These spin-offs are Grape-Crush, Lemon-Crush, Lime-Crush and more.

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Baseball Cards

Collecting Baseball Cards have been a hobby of kids, teens and some adults since the early 20th century. Baseball cards were originally sold with tobacco, yet they eventually were taken over by gum companies. During the 60’s to the early 80’s the card company of topps (once a gum company), had a monopoly of the baseball card business. Their packs included some gum and 11 cards. During its prime, topps baseball cards were the biggest fad amongst kids. After the 80’s other card companies began to compete topps, and baseball cards as a whole have decreased in popularity, but it remains a large industry.


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