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Miller Park Walk of Fame

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Harvey Kuenn's plaque on the Brewers Walk of Fame
Harvey Kuenn's plaque on the Brewers Walk of Fame

The Miller Park Walk of Fame was established by the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team in 2001 with the opening of Miller Park. It "commemorates some of the greatest names in Milwaukee baseball history,"[1] covering both the entire history of the Brewers (who have been in Milwaukee since 1970) and the earlier period during which the Milwaukee Braves were the local Major League team (1953–1965). Although the Milwaukee Brewers do not have an official Hall of Fame, the honor of induction into the Walk is considered to be the equivalent. Each member of the Walk is honored with a home plate-shaped granite slab, featuring the member's name and signature, as well as years associated with Milwaukee. The slabs are arranged around Miller Park, circling the stadium and culminating with the Hank Aaron and Robin Yount statues in front of the home plate area of the park. Through 2019, 20 members of the Milwaukee Brewers and Braves have been inducted.

The voting process involves approximately 100 Wisconsin media members and Brewers officials. In 2007, a second ballot featuring members of Milwaukee Braves was also sent to voters. To be elected, nominees must receive 75% of the vote from all ballots received. Individuals must receive at least 5% of the vote to remain eligible in future years. Induction is limited only to players and officials who spend at least three years in Milwaukee.[2]

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Year Year inducted
Bold Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame as a Brewer
Bold Recipient of the Hall of Fame's Ford C. Frick Award
Year No. Member Role Career
2001 44 Hank Aaron[3] DH 1975–1976
34 Rollie Fingers P 1981–1985
4 Paul Molitor
IF/DH 1978–1992
19 Robin Yount
SS/CF 1974–1993
2002 15 Cecil Cooper 1B/DH 1977–1987
1 Bud Selig Owner 1970–1993
2003 Harry Dalton GM 1978–1991
50 Bob Uecker
Broadcaster 1971–present
2004 11, 17 Jim Gantner 2B 1976–1992
3, 20, 44 Gorman Thomas CF/DH 1973–1983, 1986
2005 31, 32 Harvey Kuenn Coach/Manager 1971–1983
7 Don Money 3B 1973–1983
2007 41 Eddie Mathews[4] 3B 1953–1965
21 Warren Spahn[4] P 1953–1964
John Quinn[4] GM 1953–1959
2010 33 Lew Burdette[4] P 1953–1963
2013 23 Johnny Logan[4] SS 1953–1961
2015 49 Teddy Higuera P 1985–1994
2016 9 Joe Adcock 1B/OF 1953–1962
2018 5 Geoff Jenkins OF 1998-2007

See also


  1. ^ "Walk of Fame | Attractions | Miller Park".
  2. ^ "Walk of Fame." Milwaukee Brewers. Retrieved on 14 June 2014.
  3. ^ Played for the Milwaukee Braves from 1954 to 1965, though the years on his plaque reflect only his time with the Brewers.
  4. ^ a b c d e Played for the Milwaukee Braves.

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