First Name: W.R. "Tee"
Last Name: Doyle
Sport: Multi-sport
Inductee Type: Athlete
Year Inducted: Original
Home Town: Halifax
County: Halifax County

W.R. “Tee” Doyle was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He was a superb baseball pitcher who was in great demand by many teams. He was referred to as one of the best pitchers ever.

One of Doyle’s most memorable games was against the American Army team during World War I. The American team was made up of mostly professional baseball players and Doyle, who was the pitcher for the Canadian Army team, played an outstanding game, allowing very few hits. After leaving the Canadian Army, Doyle played with several semi-professional teams in Halifax and rarely lost a game. The experts classified him as a “thinking pitcher”.

Along with being an exceptional baseball player, Doyle also was a star hockey player with the Liverpool Team of 1913 in the South Shore League. He also coached the Liverpool Starry Ladies hockey team. W.R. “Tee” Doyle is an Original Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame Inductee.


• One of the best pitchers ever in NS
• Pitched for the Canadian Army team during WW1
• Allowed very few hits against American team
• Classified as a “thinking pitcher”