Whitt was an All-Star in 1985 with the Blue Jays and was a main-stay behind the plate for them in the 1980s. He is currently the manager of Team Canada and has held various coaching roles within the Blue Jays organization throughout the years.
- Speaking Engagements
- Golf Tournament Appearances
- Coaching Clinics
- A.L. All-Star - 1985
- Gold Medal Winner with Team Canada at 2011 & 2015 Pan Am Games
- 4-Time World Baseball Classic Manager with Team Canada
Ernie Whitt is synonymous with the early history of the Toronto Blue Jays. They grew up together. Whitt was selected in the expansion draft and through the 1980s was the solid rock behind the plate as the Blue Jays emerged into a pennant contender. He was there to guide the young pitching staff and provide eight straight seasons of double-digit home runs with his left-handed power. He was the last of the original Blue Jays, and after retiring as a player he remained in the game, coaching in the Blue Jays and Phillies farm systems and putting Team Canada on the baseball map.