Hall of Fame
At last count we had 11 players who received over 1 million dollars at signing bonus time and 4 players signed for just shy of 1 million. One of our players recently eclipsed the 65 Million dollar earned mark as a MLB player.
We had 10 first round picks, and 80 other players who signed MLB contracts.
We had another 100 plus earn college scholarships to LSU, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Miami and many other colleges.
Our Hall of Fame is a collection of our Favorite Players who played the game hard, made the adjustments asked of them, accomplished much, were so much fun to coach and go into battle with and were winners both on and off of the field.
Yes….. Some of our MLB players may have earned more money or had more fame but our criteria for our Hall of Fame is our criteria and it is not about the money they earned or the batting average or their ERA in college or in professional baseball.
These are our favorite players that worked hard, sacrificed, embraced loyalty and the player development process and accomplished much in baseball and life.
Welcome to the Top 10 Hall of Fame
Mike Vass – Brewers
Mark Trumbo – Angels and Orioles
Chris Matulis – Brewers
Jake Eder – Marlins
Shawn Zarraga – Brewers and Dodgers
Hainly Statia – Angels
Louis Savastano – Indy Ball
Wade Korpi – Marlins
Chris Armstrong – Nationals
Devon Travis – Blue Jays
Junior King – Indy Ball
Aaron Brill – Indy Ball
Sammy Peralta – White Sox
Alex Pepe – Blue Jays
Dominic Jose – Yankees
Matt Ellmyer – Wofford
Eamon Breslin – Army
Shane Connell – Indy Ball
Mark Jigarjian – Stetson
Tom Burnett – West Texas
Peter Moforis – Palm Beach Atlantic