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South Atlantic League Hall of Fame

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The South Atlantic League Hall of Fame was opened in 1994. The Hall of Fame serves to honor the best players, executives, managers, media members and umpires from the over 100-year history of both the South Atlantic League and the Western Carolinas League.

Contents

1994

  • Hank Aaron – Outfielder
  • Sparky Anderson – Manager
  • Harley Bowers – Media
  • Jim Bragan – Second Baseman
  • Lou Brissie – Pitcher
  • Steve Carlton – Pitcher
  • Ty Cobb – Outfielder
  • Julian Fine – Executive
  • Danny Hayling – Pitcher
  • Harmon Killebrew – First baseman
  • Don Mattingly – First Baseman
  • John Henry Moss – Executive
  • Spec Richardson – Executive
  • Frank Robinson – Outfielder
  • Nolan Ryan – Pitcher
  • Ryne Sandberg – Second Baseman
  • 1995

  • Bob Bonifay – Executive
  • Dave Bristol – Manager
  • Cecil Darby – Media
  • Bob Gibson – Pitcher
  • Goose Goslin – Outfielder
  • Al Lopez – Catcher
  • Enos Slaughter – Outfielder
  • Don Stafford – First Baseman
  • 1996

  • Jim Baynes– Executive
  • Bill Bethea – Pitcher
  • Ed Holtz – Executive
  • Roy Majtyka – Manager
  • Pat Putnam – First Baseman
  • Hoyt Wilhelm – Pitcher
  • Pat Williams – Executive
  • 1997

  • Red Dwyer – Executive
  • Billy Johnson – Third Baseman
  • Dale Murphy – Catcher
  • 1998

  • Chief Bender – Pitcher
  • Dwight Lowry – Manager
  • Charles Morrow – Executive
  • Michael Paterno – Executive
  • Mel Roberts – Manager/Executive
  • Gene Sapakoff – Media
  • Martin Springstead – Umpire
  • 1999

  • Ron McKee – Executive
  • Eddie Murray – First Baseman
  • Paul Snyder – First Baseman/Manager/Executive
  • 2000

  • Pat O’Connor – Executive
  • Charles Knaupp – Umpire
  • Mike Szemplenski – Pitcher
  • Bob Terrell – Media
  • 2001

  • Walt Alston – Manager
  • Tommy Lasorda – Pitcher
  • Wilt Browning - Media
  • Charlie Harville – Media
  • Murray Cook – Shortstop/Executive
  • John Gordon – Media
  • 2002

  • Larry Bowa – Shortstop
  • Dan O'Brien, Sr – Executive
  • Joe West – Umpire
  • Winston Blenckstone – Executive
  • Bill Blackwell – Executive
  • 2003

  • Happy Chandler – Executive
  • Branch Rickey – Executive
  • Phil Niekro – Pitcher
  • Don Beaver – Executive
  • Doug Flynn – Second Baseman
  • 2004

  • Marvin Goldklang – Executive
  • Elaine Moss – Executive
  • Earl Williams - Outfielder
  • Dick Butler - Executive
  • 2005

  • Bobby Bonds – Outfielder
  • Drew Coble – Umpire
  • Marcus Holland – Media
  • Jack Farnsworth – Executive
  • Bob Hagler – Media
  • Alan Stein – Executive
  • 2006

  • Alan Pointer – First Baseman
  • Mike Veeck – Executive
  • Chip Moore – Executive
  • Len Barker – Pitcher
  • 2007

  • Chipper Jones - Shortstop
  • Al Oliver – First Baseman
  • Jack Hiatt – Catcher/First Baseman
  • Verner Ross – Executive
  • Leo Hughes – Executive
  • R.E. Littlejohn – Executive
  • 2008

  • Buddy Bell – Third Baseman
  • Vince Coleman – Outfielder
  • Matt Winters – Outfielder
  • Johnnie McKenzie – Umpire
  • Bing Devine - Executive
  • 2009

  • David Haas - Executive
  • Joe Mikulik - Manager
  • 2010

  • Mike Dunn - Executive
  • John Purdin - Pitcher
  • Curt Schilling - Pitcher
  • 2011

  • Mike Hargrove - Manager
  • Ray Hathaway - Manager
  • Frank Perdue - Benefactor
  • 2012

  • Joseph P. Riley, Jr. - Benefactor
  • Bill Murray - Executive
  • Carolyn McKee - Executive
  • 2013

  • Robert W. Singer - Benefactor
  • Lena Blackburne - Inventor
  • 2014

  • Luther Beaver - Executive
  • Randy Ingle - Manager
  • George Murphy - Benefactor
  • Charles Young - Executive
  • References

    South Atlantic League Hall of Fame Wikipedia


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