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Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pacific Coast League
Hall of Fame
PCL Hall of Fame.png
Established1942
TypeProfessional sports hall of fame
WebsiteOfficial website

The Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame is an American baseball hall of fame which honors players, managers, and executives of the Pacific Coast League (PCL). It was created by the Helms Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles in 1942 to honor those individuals who made significant contributions to the league's ideals. The Hall of Fame inducted its first class in 1943. A special Hall of Fame room was set up at Los Angeles' Wrigley Field on June 27, 1943.[1]

After the 1957 death of founder and main supporter Paul Helms and the arrival of Major League Baseball in the PCL's two largest markets, Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Hall went dormant. In 2003, with the Pacific Coast League celebrating its centennial season, the Hall was revived. In its first new induction in 2003, twenty-one pre-1957 inductees were elected. The aim of the PCL's Hall of Fame Committee is to eventually recognize worthy players from before 1957, as well as those who made more recent contributions to the league. As of 2018, 110 individuals have been inducted into the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame.[1]

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Contents

Table key

Hall of Fame Indicates a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum[2]
Year Indicates the year of induction ("—" indicates a year between 1943 and 2008; precise records were not kept)
Position(s) Indicates the player's primary playing position(s) or association with league

Inductees

Dick Barrett threw the second-ever perfect game in PCL history for the Seattle Rainiers on May 16, 1948.[3]
Dick Barrett threw the second-ever perfect game in PCL history for the Seattle Rainiers on May 16, 1948.[3]
Joe Brovia was a member of the 1946 PCL Champion San Francisco Seals.[4]
Joe Brovia was a member of the 1946 PCL Champion San Francisco Seals.[4]
Sam Gibson led the league in shutouts, wins, strikeouts and ERA in 1931.[5]
Sam Gibson led the league in shutouts, wins, strikeouts and ERA in 1931.[5]
Charlie Graham was a partial owner of the Sacramento Sacts (1909–14) and San Francisco Seals (1918–48).[6]
Charlie Graham was a partial owner of the Sacramento Sacts (1909–14) and San Francisco Seals (1918–48).[6]
Roy Hitt pitched a no-hitter for the Venice Tigers on July 19, 1914.[7]
Roy Hitt pitched a no-hitter for the Venice Tigers on July 19, 1914.[7]
Brooks Holder led the league in triples in 1939.[8]
Brooks Holder led the league in triples in 1939.[8]
Jack Lelivelt led the Los Angeles Angels to win the 1932 and 1934 PCL Championship and the Seattle Rainiers to win the 1940 championship.[9]
Jack Lelivelt led the Los Angeles Angels to win the 1932 and 1934 PCL Championship and the Seattle Rainiers to win the 1940 championship.[9]
Year Name Position(s) Ref
1943 Johnny Bassler Catcher [10]
1943 Doc Crandall Pitcher [11]
1943 Pop Dillon First baseman [12]
1943 J. Cal Ewing League President/Team owner [13]
1943 Ray French Shortstop [14]
1943 Jack Lelivelt Manager [9]
1943 Walt McCredie Outfielder/Manager [15]
1943 Herman Pillette Pitcher [16]
1943 Earl Sheely Infielder [17]
1943 Frank Shellenback Pitcher [18]
1943 Jigger Statz Outfielder [19]
1943 Ossie Vitt Third baseman [20]
1945 Buzz Arlett Outfielder/Pitcher [21]
1945 Red Killefer Outfielder/Manager [22]
Dick Barrett Pitcher [3]
Spider Baum Pitcher [23]
Charlie Graham Manager/Team owner [6]
Truck Hannah Catcher [24]
Wallace "Happy" Hogan Catcher/Manager [25]
Harry Krause Pitcher [26]
Bill "Hardrock" Lane Team owner [27]
Eddie Mulligan Third baseman [28]
Lefty O'Doul Pitcher/Outfielder/Manager [29]
Billy Raimondi Catcher [30]
Frenchy Uhalt Outfielder [31]
Harry Williams League President/Sports writer [32]
2003 Steve Bilko First baseman [33]
2003 Ike Boone Outfielder [34]
2003 Cece Carlucci Umpire [35]
2003 Joe DiMaggioHall of Fame Outfielder [36]
2003 Truck Eagan Shortstop [37]
2003 Ox Eckhardt Outfielder [38]
2003 Brick Eldred Outfielder [39]
2003 Tony Freitas Pitcher [40]
2003 Sam Gibson Pitcher [5]
2003 Dick Gyselman Third baseman [41]
2003 Fred Haney Third baseman/Manager [42]
2003 Cack Henley Pitcher [43]
2003 Smead Jolley Outfielder [44]
2003 Ad Liska Pitcher [45]
2003 Ernie LombardiHall of Fame Catcher [46]
2003 Hugh Luby Second baseman [47]
2003 Ted Norbert Outfielder [48]
2003 Jimmie Reese Second baseman [49]
2003 Hal Turpin Pitcher [50]
2003 Max West Outfielder [51]
2003 Artie Wilson Shortstop [52]
2004 Carlos Bernier Outfielder [53]
2004 Frankie Crosetti Shortstop [54]
2004 Vean Gregg Pitcher [55]
2004 Roy Hitt Pitcher [7]
2004 Brooks Holder Outfielder [8]
2004 Frankie Kelleher Outfielder [56]
2004 Gene Mauch Second baseman [57]
2004 Earl Rapp Outfielder [58]
2004 Buddy Ryan Outfielder [59]
2004 Paul Strand Outfielder [60]
2004 Bill Sweeney First baseman/Manager [61]
2004 Fay Thomas Pitcher [62]
2005 Joe Brovia Outfielder [4]
2005 Bill Cutler League President [63]
2005 Johnny Frederick Outfielder/First baseman [64]
2005 Elmer Jacobs Pitcher [65]
2005 Ray Prim Pitcher [66]
2005 Pants Rowland League President [67]
2005 Jack Salveson Pitcher [68]
2006 Eddie Basinski Second baseman [69]
2006 Dom DiMaggio Outfielder [70]
2006 Babe Ellison Infielder [71]
2006 Tommy LasordaHall of Fame Manager [72]
2006 Dario Lodigiani Second baseman/Third baseman [73]
2006 Bill Schuster Shortstop [74]
2006 Bill Weiss League executive [75]
2007 Frank Brazill Third baseman [76]
2007 Fuzzy Hufft Outfielder [77]
2007 Emil Sick Team owner [78]
2007 Paul WanerHall of Fame Outfielder [79]
2008 Wheezer Dell Pitcher [80]
2008 Dolly Gray Pitcher [81]
2008 Casey StengelHall of Fame Manager [82]
2008 Lee Susman Sports cartoonist [83]
2009 Earl AverillHall of Fame Outfielder [84]
2009 Frank Demaree Outfielder [85]
2009 Johnny Moore Outfielder [86]
2010 Bobby Bragan Catcher/Manager [87]
2010 Larry Jansen Pitcher [88]
2010 Gene Lillard Third baseman/Pitcher [89]
2011 Joe Marty Outfielder [90]
2011 John Monroe Second baseman [91]
2011 Elmer Smith Outfielder [92]
2012 Duffy Lewis Outfielder [93]
2012 Mike Marshall First basemen/Outfielder [94]
2012 Kid Mohler Second basemen [95]
2013 Sandy Alomar Jr. Catcher [96]
2013 Edgar Martínez Third baseman/Designated hitter [97]
2013 Catfish Metkovich Outfielder [98]
2014 Lou Almada Outfielder [99]
2014 Dave Barbee Outfielder [100]
2014 Dave Elmore Team owner [101]
2014 Wally Hood Outfielder [102]
2015 Del Crandall Manager [103]
2015 Lou Novikoff Outfielder [103]
2015 Gaylord PerryHall of Fame Pitcher [103]
2016 Willie Davis Outfielder [104]
2016 Bob Joyce Pitcher [104]
2016 Tim Salmon Outfielder [104]
2017 Dick Beverage PCL Historical Society founder and President Emeritus [105]
2017 Les Scarsella First baseman [105]
2018 Dick Dobbins Historian [106]
2018 Marv Gudat Outfielder [106]

See also

References

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  51. ^ "Max West". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  52. ^ "Artie Wilson". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  53. ^ "Carlos Bernier". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
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  55. ^ "Vean Gregg". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
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  57. ^ "Gene Mauch". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  58. ^ "Earl Rapp". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  59. ^ "Buddy Ryan". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  60. ^ "Paul Strand". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  61. ^ "Bill Sweeney". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  62. ^ "Fay Thomas". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  63. ^ "Bill Cutler". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  64. ^ "Johnny Frederick". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  65. ^ "Elmer Jacobs". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
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  73. ^ "Dario Lodigiani". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
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  96. ^ "Sandy Alomar Jr". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
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  99. ^ "Lou Almada". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
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  101. ^ "Dave Elmore". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  102. ^ "Wally Hood". Pacific Coast League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
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