Larry “Moose” Stubing

Inducted in 1990
Born in Bronx New York and played football, basketball and baseball at Evander Childs High School
Named All New York City in football and basketball
Turned down a football scholarship to Penn State
Signed in 1956 with the Pittsburgh Pirates right out of high school for a bonus of $400 and $175 monthly salary to play in minor leagues as pitcher and first baseman
Played with Pirates, New York Giants, St. Louis Cardinals and California Angels organizations
In 1964, he batted .316, hit 32 home runs and drove in 120 runs while playing for El Paso in the Texas League
In 1966, he played in the Mexican League
In 1967, he was called out of retirement by the California Angels and was assigned to El Paso as a player-manager
He managed teams to championships in the Midwest League in 1976, California League in 1977, the Texas League in 1978 and the Pacific Coast League in 1984
Coached for the California Angels in the Major Leagues