Bob Arnold

Inducted in 1992
Star Pitcher and Outfielder for Austin High School
As a freshman, he won all 5 of his starts
As a sophomore, he went 5-3 and pitched a no-hitter
Named All District as a junior with a 12-4 record striking out 171 batters and tossing 7 shutouts
and 1 no-hitter
As a Senior, he was named “Texas High School Outstanding Baseball Player” by the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce
His senior year he won 16 games and lost only 2 with a staggering 247 strikeouts, 7 shutouts and 1 no-hitter
Named to Texas All State Team as an Outfielder
Earned multiple All District honors
Pitched 7 innings of shutout baseball in Game 2 Panther playoff win over Lubbock Monterrey
The following day he tossed 15 innings of shutout baseball leading Austin to a Game 3 win over Monterrey and advancement in Texas State playoffs
In that series he pitched 22 scoreless innings
Led Austin High School to 1965 Final Four of State Playoffs
Pitched 7 scoreless innings against eventual State Champ Dallas Samuel before Austin lost 2-0 in extra innings
He didn’t allow a single home run in 132 innings on the mound and had a batting average of .375 as a senior
Earned scholarship to Texas A & M University
Named to All-Southwest Conference team as an outfielder batting .313 as the cleanup hitter in 1968
Served as President for El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame