Eric Enders

Inducted in 2016
Won his first writing essay about the Dodgers at the age of 12
PA announcer for Eastwood High School
In 1997, he wrote the first published writing about Jackie Robinson for the Austin American Statesman
Following graduation from the University of Texas, he worked for the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame
Also worked as a free lance writer and Editor for MLB Properties, The New York Times, National Geographic, Variety, Yankees Magazine, Barnes and Noble and served as a consultant for the HBO Movie “61”
Has also written for Sports Illustrated, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, ESPN and HBO
Has written more than 10 books on baseball and has been published in the MLB World Series program for 16 consecutive years
Currently host of “Fadeaway” which is a Baseball History podcast
First Mexican-American to be employed by the national Baseball Hall of Fame and in 2006 he was contracted to serve as a consultant on Latinos in Baseball
Currently co-author on a new release titled Mexican American Baseball in West Texas