Thank you our El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame 2016 Banquet is "Sold Out" . . . "From a Silver Past to a Golden Future - - We Honor Excellence" . . . For Monday July 25, our El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame continues our "Sensational 7 Roll Call" featuring 7 Inductees at a time on our scrolling marquee: El Paso Baseball Inaugural Hall of Fame Class of 1988 Honoree Lionel “Leo” Forti who was involved in baseball for over 60 years starting in the 1930’s, his teams won 1,893 games with only 678 losses, played all positions even pitching especially on his birthday every year and he was a true man of commitment who even bravely played a game on his wedding day; Class of 1989 Honoree Lolo Caldera who won batting titles in the City, International and Old Pro Leagues with 4 MVP, 2 Gold Glove awards and 2 home run titles; Class of 2002 Honoree Lou Campos who played professionally for the Lafayette Bulls and he served 37 years as an administrator for El Paso's largest youth city-wide baseball program; Class of 2002 Honoree Lionel Rey the 7X All Star selection, multiple MVP, home run and batting title champion in Semi-Pro play; Class of 1993 Honoree Louis S. “Lou” Camilli the 4X All District player for Austin High School, Southwest Conference Most Valuable Player and All American honoree at Texas A & M and he signed and played with the Cleveland Indians and Class of 1993 Honoree Lynn Hunt the star pitcher and hitter for Bel Air High School and Texas Western College and he was a consistent MVP and “Best Pitcher” selection in Semi-Pro Baseball . . . "Thank You" for your continued support!
Thomas J. “Tommy” Carrillo
Raul Real y Vasquez
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