One of New Brunswick’s greatest all-round athletes, the late Peter Murray of Saint John excelled in five sports that took him to several national competitions during his stellar career.As a teenager, he had a Major League Baseball tryout, but returned to play for the Saint John St. Peter’s team that won the Maritime Baseball Championships. Before he was 22, he was a player-coach and had won a provincial senior league batting title.He was a member of the New Brunswick Canada Games baseball team; played at three national men’s softball events; competed at the Canadian Legion track and field championships; a Canadian juvenile basketball tournament and skipped rinks to one Brier and to two national mixed curling appearances.
Played in national competitions in basketball, track and field, baseball, softball and curling
Won N.B. Senior Baseball League batting title and was a player-coach before he was 22
Inducted into the Saint John Sports Wall of Fame