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Patterson Presents at Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Annual Meeting

Wayne Patterson, a native New Brunswicker, avid baseball historian and college professor, recently made a presentation at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame annual meeting. The presentation highlights the rich history of New Brunswick major leaguers, including several who have been inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame: William "Billy" Harris (D), Matt Stairs, Rhéal P. Cormier (D), Jason Dickson, Bill Phillips (D), John O'Brien (D), and Paul Hodgson. Click below to view Wayne's full presentation.

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About Wayne Patterson

Wayne Patterson was born in Moncton, NB. He attended St. Francis Xavier University, University of Toronto, and the University of Michigan where he received his PhD. He later returned and taught for several years at the Université de Moncton. He has been a professor of computer science at several universities, most recently retiring from Howard University in Washington DC, where he continues to live. His research specialty is known as “behavioral cybersecurity”, and he has published more than 50 research papers and four books in this field.

In baseball, he played youth baseball in Moncton and has been a baseball broadcaster, official scorekeeper and writer over many years. He has given invited presentations more than 20 times on baseball at the annual Cooperstown Symposium at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.

He has published other baseball articles in The Baltimore Chop (SABR Babe Ruth Chapter), Baseball Beyond Our Borders (Brazil: Baseball is Popular, and the Players Are (Mainly) Japanese!), and Cryptologia: (Patterson, The Cryptology of Baseball). 

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