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Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame
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Nom de l'objet : Photograph
Artiste ou artisan : Found in the Collection
Catégorie de l'objet : Graphic Documents
Matériaux : Digital
Numéro d'accession : 2019.09.10
Date de début de production : 1976-01-01
Date de fin de production : 1996-12-31
Description : One black and white photo of a man throwing a softball from the point of view behind the shoulder of the catcher. It is night but spectators can be seen in the stands behind the pitcher. The pitcher, Mark Smith, is wearing a Kings uniform. 
Commentaires : Mark Smith dominated Nova Scotia, Canada and World softball during a 20-year period starting in 1976. The husky left-handed pitcher was the youngest member of Nova Scotias first entry at the Canadian National Junior Mens championship. His talent was quickly recognized. Two years later, he left home to pitch in Grimsby, Ontario and then travelled the world. Along his journey, Smith began setting records and winning awards and trophies in tournaments from the Philippines to Venezuela and throughout the United States. He pitched the first no-hitter in Pan Am Games history in 1979 and was an outstanding player at the 1981 International Softball Congress world tournament. Smith had a major league baseball tryout with the Kansas City Royals in 1982 and was a five-time, first team, all-world selection at the IBC championship. He also won gold medals at four Pan-Am Games, was named Nova Scotias Softball Coach of the year, twice, after his return to coaching in his native province, and was inducted into the Softball Canada Hall of Fame in 1999.
Hauteur : 8 inches
Largeur : 10 inches
Établissement : Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  Facebook-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  Twitter-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  YouTube-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame
Ville de l'établissement : Halifax
Province de l'établissement : Nova Scotia

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