2016 INDUCTEES

Joe Altobelli- Manager of the World Series 1983 Baltimore Orioles which included NYS HOFer Ken SINGLETON, Joe also managed the S.F.Giants


John Antonelli- ace pitcher for the World Series Champion N.Y.Giants in 1954,

6 times  an ALL -STAR


John Franco- Cin.Reds and N.Y.Mets relief pitcher, one of the top Closers of all time


Willie Randolph- top rookie with the Pirates, traded to the Yanks where he became a top 2nd baseman in all of baseball, later managed the N.y.mets, also played with the Dodgers, A's, Brewers


Joe Hesketh- Montreal Expos and Boston Red Sox Hurler, 11 year Major League Career


Jim Mecir-  long career with the A's, Rays and N.Y. Yankees where he a lock down relief pitcher

Michael Kay- Yes network announcer also the host of "Centerstage" , does play by play coverage for the Yankees, graduate of Fordham University


Learn about the 2016 Inductees

 

                                             

Tom Browning: 12 year career. 1991 All-Star

                         14 or more wins in 6 seasons

                         123 career wins

                         Sept. 16, 1988 pitched the twelfth Perfect Game in Major League History defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in a game delayed two hours by rain.

 


Ken Singleton: World Series Champion with the 1`983 Baltimore Orioles, started with the N.Y.Mets, traded to the Montreal Expos before joining the Orioles, Currently a play by play announcer for the Yes Network broadcasting N.Y. Yankee games


John Flaherty : Tampa Bay Rays catcher who owns the third longest batting streak in major league history as a catcher. Flaherty also broker up Pedro Martinez bid for a no-hitter with two outs in the ninth inning. Now an excellent television baseball commentator.


Dennis Leonard  :12 year career, Best pitcher in Royals History

                            Back to back 20 win seasons (1977,1978)

                            Third in MLB in Wins in 1978 (21)


Frank Viola: 15 year career, 3x All-Star

                    1988 Cy Young Award

                     Led MLB in Wins in 1988 (24)

                    1987 World Series MVP


Lee Mazzilli : New York Met All-Star centerfielder, who also played for the Yankees,Pirates and Rangers.  Played in the historic 1986 World Series against the Boston Red Sox. Managed the Baltimore Orioles, coached for the New York Yankees



                            

New York State Baseball Hall of Fame