Enrique “Kiki” Gomez

Inducted in 1993
His name is synonymous with winning baseball teams on both sides of the El Paso border
Involved in baseball over 55 years playing American Legion and Semi-Pro baseball
Recognized for his ability to play both Catcher and Pitcher in the same game
Lifetime batting average over .310 with over 100 home runs and a Pitching record of 245 wins and 140 losses
Declined offers to play professionally both in the United States and Mexico
In 1946-1947, played for Montelongo’s and named Most Valuable Player
During the 1950’s played in Mexico and led Imperial to championship
Played in the City League in the 1960’s earning “Best Pitcher” awards in 1962 and 1964
Played in Old Timers League and Over 50’s League earning more honors and championships
Started umpiring at all different levels of baseball from youth leagues to high school in 1981