top of page
Curt Moore





Ville natale


Année d'intronisation


Ambassadeur Sportif


Curt Moore (D)



The 1940s and 50s were described as “an era when baseball was almost a religion in Marysville. . .”Well, every religion needs its guru, - and in this instance, Curt Moore filled that role, for his was indeed “the King of the Hill, - Baseball Hill.” Successful pitcher, competent fielder, and prolific power hitter, he once won 14 of 16 pitching starts in play-off competition while batting an impressive .333. Not even a five-year stint in the Canadian army reduced his post-war effectiveness as the star attraction, the “Ted Williams of Maritime Baseball, “ the man, according to catcher Don Johnson, “the all came out to see play.” At a time when the American import was common-place, Curt won more than his fair share of all-star berths and batting crowns.No wonder Baseball New Brunswick selected him as a charter member of its shrine in 1989. Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, May 29, 1993

Faits rapides

  • Helped Marysville Maroons to Maritime Junior Championship in 1937

  • Helped Marysville Royals win back-to-back NB Senior titles in 1947 and ’48 

  • Was a league all-star in 1943, ’53, ’56 and ’58 

  • Won league batting crowns in 1953 and ’56 

  • Was also a prominent pitcher until retiring in the 1950’s

bottom of page