2014 Annual Awards

Babe Ruth’s First Professional Home Run – 2014 Heritage Award

On the night of September 5, 1914, the Providence Greys visited Hanlan's Point Stadium to play the Toronto Maple Leafs' minor league baseball team. The Greys' starting 19-year-old starting pitcher threw a one-hitter.

Michael Burgess – 2014 Sandy Hawley Award

Famed singer and actor Michael Burgess was the first individual to sing "O Canada" at the World Series, celebrating the Toronto Blue Jays' 1992 debut.

Tom Cheek – 2014 Brian Williams Media Award

From opening day in 1977 until his 2004 retirement, Tom Cheek was the "Voice of the Toronto Blue Jays". Over those 27 years, Cheek called 4,306 consecutive games. Game 6 of the 1993 World Series brought Cheek's iconic moment with his "Touch 'em all, Joe! You'll never hit a bigger

Milos Raonic – Syl Apps Award 2014

Milos Raonic ended his competitive tennis journey in 2016 at a career-high No. 3 after earning personal-best 52 wins and reaching Nitto ATP Finals SF (l. to No. 1 Murray after holding 1 MP).