1/16 EPBBHOF 2006-07-08

2/16 MARK WASINGER

3/16 ALEX GUTIERREZ

4/16 RAUL REAL y VASQUEZ

5/16 JOE CARRASCO

6/16 FRANK PORTH

7/16 SERGIO GUERRERO

8/16 SANTOS (KAYO) PEREZ

9/16 PEDRO (PETE) VALDEZ

10/16 Toby Tovar - El Paso, Texas

11/16 RICHARD SMITH

12/16 NOLAN RICHARDSON

13/16 TOM (JOE FAN) CIABURRI

14/16 DAVID ARAGON

15/16 ANDY MORALES

16/16 BOBBY MORALES

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Inducted in 2006
Played baseball for Kecoughtan High School in Hampton Virginia
Attended Old Dominion University on a baseball scholarship
Named Eastern College Athletic Conference “Rookie of the Year” as a freshman in 1979
He was a two time All Conference selection
Selected first-team All American in 1982 by the College Coaches Association and the Sporting News Publication
He was Old Dominion’s first ever Division I All American in baseball
Led Old Dominion in home runs in 1980 and 1981
Led Old Dominion in runs batted in 1980 and 1982
Set 5 season and career records with most hits in a season (78), most career hits (197) and career home runs (24)
In 1982, Mark was a 3rd round pick of the San Diego Padres
Made his Major League debut with the Padres in June 1986
Traded to San Francisco Giants in May 1987
In his first game as a Giant, he went 4X5 with a home run and 3 doubles
Also played with the Cleveland Indians, New York Yankee and California Angels organizations
He played 12 years of professional baseball and batted .281 in 887 games in the minor leagues and .244 in 50 games in the Major Leagues
He later managed in the Texas-Louisiana League with the Corpus Christi Barracudas in 1994 and 1995
Barracudas won first and second half championship and the Texas Louisiana League Championship in 1994
Named Manager of the Year in 1994
Had two El Paso players on his championship roster, Ruben Felix from Socorro High School and Willie Olivas from Jefferson High School
He then became a scout for the Padres in 1996
Named Padres Scout of the Year in 1998
In 2003, he joined the Boston Red Sox organization as a Regional Cross Checker
His scouting area includes the Southern Region and he also scouts the high schools, colleges and professional teams in the El Paso area
Elected to Old Dominion Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986

Eastside / Eastwood, (2010 - 2019), Sports

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Inducted in 2006
Alex Gutierrez was the soul of baseball in the Lower Valley for 57 years
He ran youth, adult and old timers leagues
The leagues involved over 1000 players annually
By the time of his induction in 2006, the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame had inducted 110 members and 64 had been associated with his and his programs
In 1950, members of the Ysleta Volunteer Fire Department got him to organize a baseball team for the neighborhood kids
That became a life long passion in helping promote the sport of baseball with the kids in the Lower Valley
His passion was to channel the energies of the youth in a positive manner and he used baseball as the vehicle to achieve that goal
Volunteered and organized over 52 leagues involving approximately 1000 players coaches and managers each year
Instrumental in getting the City and County of El Paso to develop more playing fields for baseball
From groundskeeper to scorekeeper to Manager to League President, he wore all the hats and handled all the duties needed to make the leagues successful
His humility kept him from being recognized and honored by the baseball community with his selection into the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame at an earlier date
A consistent “Baseball Man”, who with great passion and determination was instrumental in helping baseball players from the entire El Paso area
The baseball fields at Blackie Chesher Park and Capistrano Park are named the Alex Gutierrez Fields in his honor

Eastside / Eastwood, (2010 - 2019), Sports

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Inducted in 2006
Started his baseball career with the El Paso Little League, Optimists, Pony and American Legion Leagues from 1953 to 1962
Played varsity baseball for Jefferson High School as an outfielder and pitcher
Played 4 varsity seasons for the Silver Foxes
Selected as Co-Captain his senior year
Named to All District team as a pitcher and outfielder going 9-1 and hitting .371 his senior year
His career record as a Pitcher for the Silver Foxes was 29-4
His high school career batting average was .390
Went 3-0 against El Paso High School, San Angelo and Lubbock Monterrey during the District, Bi-District and Regional Playoffs his senior year
His batting average during that playoff run was .450
Named Jefferson Silver Foxes Most Valuable Player in 1963
Also played on Silver Foxes football team and earned 3 varsity letters as a Quarterback and Linebacker
Received academic and athletic scholarships to Texas Western College in 1963
Played two seasons for the Miners in 1964 and 1965 as a Pitcher and outfielder
Continued his playing career after college in Mexican Baseball Leagues from 1968 to 1971 as a Pitcher
Selected to All Star teams on multiple occasions
Played in Forti’s City League from 1972 to 1975
Played in Lower Valley Baseball League for Tigua Auto Parts and Ysleta Merchants from 1975 to 1978
Played Softball both Fast Pitch and Slow Pitch in various leagues and tournaments from 1960 to 1985
Coached Youth baseball from tee ball to Little League and helped Jefferson High School donating his time as their Pitching Coach
Pitched against future Major Leaguers including Reggie Jackson, and Sal Bando
Pitched against All Star and future NFL star Green Bay Packer running back Donnie Anderson
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors
2012-2013 El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Treasurer

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Inducted in 2006
Hall of Fame only Son/Father/Son trio honoree Family
He started playing baseball in 1956 with the Lower Valley Bus Lines Little League team
Led his team to championship and was named to All Star team as a second baseman
Played Babe Ruth League for Lower Valley Optimist Club in 1957 and 1958
Named to Babe Ruth All Star team in 1957 and 1958
Played for Ysleta High School as their second baseman for four years 1958-1962
Led Indians to District Championship his sophomore year
Named team captain his junior and senior years
He then played for Texas Western College in 1963 in the school’s first year offering a college baseball program
Drafted into the United States Army and served two years and played shortstop for the 5th Army Division baseball team
Returned to play baseball for UTEP and became the starting shortstop his senior year
After graduation, Joe became the first baseball coach at Socorro High School in 1974
Played for the Socorro Cougars Semi-Pro team from 1963 to 1978
Also played for the Juarez Carta Blanca team
Named to the All Star team 3 times
From 1978 to 1985 he helped establish the Ysleta Optimist Club and became the founding President which organized baseball leagues for underprivileged kids from Ysleta and Socorro
Served as first Mayor of newly incorporated City of Socorro and was re-elected twice

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Inducted in 2006
Served the baseball community as an umpire and administrator
He was a man on top of every problem
Served in the United States Army during World War II
Renowned Softball Player in the Airline leagues and the Industrial Softball League earning multiple All Star and Most Valuable Player honors
Served on the Amateurs Athletic Association Board
Served as Director of El Paso Parks and Recreation from 1956 to 1966
Served on the Board of Directors of the El Paso Umpires Association
Inducted in the El Paso Softball Hall of Fame in 1967
Inducted in the International Softball Hall of Fame in 1971
Inducted in the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986
Served as President for the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame in 1973
Served on Original Board of Directors for El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame in 1988
Served as Secretary for El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame until his passing in 2000
His service on the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame is one of the reasons for its growth and success

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Inducted in 2007
Born in Torreon Mexico on April 17, 1934
As a child, he witnessed some of the best professional baseball players primarily from the United States Negro Leagues play in Mexico
Key among these players was Martin Dihigo of Cuba and Roy Campanella who starred in the Negro Leagues before his career as a star catcher with the Brooklyn Dodgers
In 1945, at the age of 11 he organized a baseball team of adobe brick makers sponsored by Carta Blanca Beer
In 1948, at the age of 14 he played baseball with the Hortex Company team that was made up of grown men
From 1950 to 1952 he pitched American Legion baseball with a team sponsored by Rollins-Mercury
He pitched four years of varsity baseball for EL Paso High School from 1949 to 1953
He lettered and was named All District three years
From 1953 to 1963, he pitched Semi-Pro baseball with Lionel Forti’s team
In 1954, he pitched a shutout game against the Ft. Bliss Falcons
Worked under El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Coach Nemo Herrera at Bowie and Coach Tom Chavez at Jefferson High School
He also served the baseball community as an umpire from 1963 to 1965
In 1965, he was voted the “Outstanding Umpire” in El Paso
Served as an volunteer Assistant Coach in charge of pitching for K C Brown at Austin High School in 1965 as the Panthers marched to Texas State Final Four
In 1966 and 1967 he was the assistant coach with Red Runkle’s Boys Concessions Little League team
From 1973 to 1975, he served as the B-Team and Baseball and Basketball Coach at Coronado High School
He was inducted into the El Paso High School Hall of Fame in 1993
In 1995 he retired from a 35 year career as a professional educator and Coach

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Inducted in 2007
Graduated from Bowie High School in 1942
World War II veteran
Texas Western graduate
As a player, he was known for his size of heart and competitive spirit
Had a 32 year career as a professional educator and coach
Coached baseball at Jefferson High School 1963 and led them to their first District title in 12 years
Silver Foxes also captured the Bi-District career in 1963 and went “toe to toe” with Lubbock Monterrey before losing the Regional Championship in three games
Led Jefferson to 1966 District Championship
Coached Bowie High School in 1974 and led them to District Championship
Always brought his competitive nature and philosophy into the teaching and coaching arena and he was always challenging his students and players to succeed and overcome all obstacles to be winners in the game of life
Inducted into the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame
Inducted into the El Paso Softball Hall of Fame
Inducted into Mexico Basketball Hall of Fame

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Inducted in 2007
Started playing in 1953 with the Catholic Youth Organization
Also played with El Paso Parks and Recreation, Little League and the Pony League
In 1960, he pitched his Optimist team to the City Championship
Played high school baseball for Thomas Jefferson Silver Foxes
In 1961, he had a 7-2 record for the junior varsity team
His sophomore year he was 8-2
In 1963, his junior year he was 14-2 and he led the Silver Foxes to the District and Bi-District Championship
Selected to All District team in 1963
His senior year he was 14-3 and led the Silver Foxes to the District Championship
Selected to All District team in 1964
For his three seasons on the varsity, he would post an overall record of 36-7
Compiled an overall pitching record of 43-9 in high school
He also led teams in summer leagues to several championships between 1961 and 1964
Named to multiple All Star teams
Pitched Furr’s to Connie Mack League League Championships in 1963 and 1964
He went on to play at Texas Western College in 1965
Had a 2-3 record and led the Miners in team strikeouts with 27
Missed the 1966 season due to injury
He also played for Ft Knox baseball as a member of the U S Army in 1967
Had a 10-4 pitching record for the 357th Transportation Company at Ft. Knox
Pitched in 1962 to 1964 and 1966 and from 1970 to 1974 in the La Fronteriza League in Mexico
Represented Ciudad Juarez in the Chihuahua State Tournament 6 seasons
He compiled impressive record in Mexican Semi-Pro leagues where he was 64-11 in six seasons
Pitched for Kiki Gomez team in the Leo Forti Old Timers League
In his final season, he threw a no-hitter against Las Cruces before retiring in 1989
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors

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Inducted in 2007
He was a star in youth leagues in El Paso from 1951 to 1958 playing Little League, Babe Ruth and Junior High School baseball
One of the outstanding players on the El Paso Babe Ruth championship team which represented El Paso in Vancouver British Columbia at the World Series tournament
That team was coached by El Paso Baseball Hall of Famers Nemo Herrera and Ken Moorhead and captured the Bi-District, Texas State Championship and Southwest Regional Championship
Between 1958-1965 Toby played for Austin High School and Texas Western College
Earned All District honors and batted over .300 every year in high school
Continued playing in City Leagues and always hit over .300
In 1963, he was a member of the inaugural Texas Western College team that finished 18-14
In 1965, after three seasons with the Miners he signed a free agent contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers organization
From 1966 to 1986, Toby played in the Lower Valley League with a batting average over .325
Stealing bases and throwing out runners was his forte
Coached Jesuit High School and guided them to a 33-10 record
Coached El Paso High School to a 43-24 record
His high school coaching record was a combined record of 76 wins and only 34 losses
He believes that baseball has been an integral part of his life and besides God and family, baseball was his life
He believes that there is baseball in heaven and we can all expect him to be playing there

Eastside / Eastwood, (2000 - 2009), Sports

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Inducted in 2007
Played baseball for Eastwood High School for 4 years and graduated in 1971
He was a UTEP student trainer for 4 years working with the football, basketball, track and baseball teams until his graduation in 1975
In 1976, he got his first professional job as a trainer with the El Paso Diablos
Served two years with the Diablos and also served as the equipment manager and coordinator of team travel for the Diablos through the end of the 1977 season
The California Angels were so impressed with his skills and ability that he was hired as the Assistant Athletic Trainer in 1978
In 1979, he was named the Head Athletic Trainer
Served as Head Athletic Trainer until 1990
He was given additional responsibilities in 1991 by the Angels and served as the Logistics Supply Coordinator and Sports Tracking Injury Coordinator
Member of the National Athletic Trainers Association since 1978
Member of the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Association (PBATS) since 1986
Member of the Texas State Trainers Association since 1976
Member of the California State Trainers Association since 1985
Honored and Named to American League All Star team as a trainer in 1984, 1989 and 1997
In 1998, he and Ned Bergert were named the Major League Training Staff of the Year
Member of the California Angels West Division Champions of the American League 1979, 1982, 1986, 2004 and 2007
Member of the 2002 World Series Champion Anaheim Angels staff

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Inducted in 2008
His youth was highlighted by starring exploits in all major sports
He was a perennial All Star on every team in every sport he played
Powerful left handed hitter
His name was known city wide by the time he reached Bowie High School
Played for Bowie High School from 1955 to 1959 under El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Coach Nemo Herrera
Named Freshman Most Valuable Player
As a sophomore, he hit .385 and was named All District
As a junior, he hit .450 and was named All District
His senior year, he hit .446 and again earned All District honors
Earned All City and All District honors in basketball while at Bowie
Following graduation he attended Eastern Arizona College
Also played softball with Union Furniture playing against older competition and being honored with multiple “All Star” selections
Played basketball under Basketball Hall of Famer Don Haskins at Texas Western College
Given permission by Coach Haskins to play baseball on Texas Western’s first ever baseball team
Instrumental in helping Texas Western have a winning season in their first season
Hit .421 with 10 home runs to lead the Miners
Finished 5th in the Nation in runs batted in
As a junior at Texas Western, the El Paso Sun Kings held a tryout camp
He was offered a contract at the conclusion of his tryout but his Grandmother refused to let him sign
The following year the Houston Colt 45’s professional team offered him a baseball contract but his Grandmother again refused to let him sign
Though many believe he would have a productive career in professional baseball, he pursued a basketball future
Following the end of his basketball playing days, he became a High School and College Basketball Coach
Had a highly successful career as a high school coach at Bowie High School
Earned a Junior College Head Basketball position
Coached his team to a National Junior College Basketball Championship
Earned the Head Basketball Coach position at the University of Tulsa
Led Hurricanes to National Invitational Tournament Championship
Earned Head Basketball Coach position at the University of Arkansas
Coached his team to a NCAA National Basketball Championship at Arkansas
Inducted in El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame
Still considered one of the greatest athletes to ever play in El Paso

Eastside / Eastwood, (2000 - 2009), Sports

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Inducted in 2008
Known to El Paso and Texas broadcasting and journalistic audiences as “Joe Fan”
Started covering baseball with a weekly newspaper called Sportsweek in 1982
Began his radio career in 1983 working at KFIM-FM as a part-time sportscaster
In 1986, he moved on to KTSM-AM and TV Channel 9
El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer and legendary sportscaster John Phelan took him under his wing and mentored his broadcasting career
Baseball and being a part of the game is his first love
He was the first ever to use a cellular phone to broadcast El Paso High School baseball regular season games
Also used the same technology to broadcast El Paso High School Texas State Playoffs at Dudley Field and Cohen Stadium plus out of town venues
Served as play-by-play broadcaster and color analyst for the Coronado Thunderbirds march to the Texas State Final Four in 1992
Served as play-by-play broadcaster and color analyst for the Riverside Rangers march to the Texas State Final Four in 2000
Served as color analyst for the Socorro Bulldogs in their 2009 Texas State Championship title run
Pioneered the first ever El Paso High School baseball telecast featuring the Hanks Knights against the Franklin Cougars in 2010
Received numerous awards from the Texas and New Mexico Associated Press Broadcasters and the El Paso Press Club
Best Radio Sports Story-1st Place, Texas Associated Press Broadcasters 1992
Best Radio Sports Program-1st Place, New Mexico Associated Press Broadcasters 1992
Best Radio Sportscast-1st Place, Texas Associated Press Broadcasters 1987
Best Radio Sportscast-1st Place, El Paso, Texas Press Club 1992,1990,1989,1988,1985
Best Radio Sports Program-Honorable Mention, New Mexico Associated Press Broadcasters 1988
Best TV Sports Story-Honorable Mention, Texas Associated Press Broadcasters 1988
Man of the Year, El Paso Parks and Recreation 1994
Honorary Buck, Alpine High School, Alpine, Texas – for radio football coverage 1992-1993
Serves as a mentor to many aspiring broadcast and journalism students through 2010
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors
Serves as Media Coordinator for the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame
Inducted into the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006

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Inducted in 2008
Started playing baseball at age 8
Played Little League baseball under Coach Vebo Conejo
Played Bronco baseball under Alex Gutierrez
Played Colt Baseball
Played high school baseball for Ysleta High School from 1971 to 1975
Batting champion with a .614 batting average in 1975
In his senior year of high school, he was named to All District and All City team in 1975
Played for New Mexico Highlands in 1976
Played for the University of Texas at El Paso under Coaches Andy Cohen and Larry McFarlin from 1976-1978
Earned his degree and became a professional educator and Coach
Coached Riverside High School Junior Varsity under El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Jimmy Melendez from 1984 to 1986
Coached Ysleta High School Junior Varsity from 1991 to 1994
His team won the Junior Varsity District Championship in 1992
Named Head Baseball Coach at Ysleta High School in 1994
At the time of his induction, his teams had won 4 District Championships in 1999, 2002, 2006 and 2008
At the time of his induction, his teams had won 6 Bi-District Championships in 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2007
In 2008, he led the Indians to the Area Championship and to the Regional Quarter Finals
In 2008 he was named Coach of the Year

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Inducted in 2008
Played baseball four years at Bowie High School under legendary Coach and El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Nemo Herrera
Starting second baseman on 1949 Texas State Champions Bowie Bears
Earned All District honors 3 times
Named to Texas All State Team in 1949
Offered professional contract by the Chicago Cubs in 1950
Declined the offer to play professional baseball
Accepted a football scholarship to the University of New Mexico
A football injury prevented him for pursuing a college career in baseball
Served in United States Navy from 1951-1955
Played baseball for the Naval Air Station in Coronado California
Continued his service to baseball community as an umpire for Little Leagues and High School teams from 1960 to 1965

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Inducted in 2008
Began his baseball career in Little League as a first baseman playing for Armando Dominguez from 1961 to 1963
Played Babe Ruth league for El Paso Hall of Famer John C. Miller and Bob Meyers where he was part of two teams that went to the Babe Ruth World Series for 13 and 14 year olds
In 1964 – 1965, he played for El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Victor Fayant in the Connie Mack League
As a freshman in 1965, he played for Bob Kirtley as a outfielder for Bel Air High School
His sophomore year he played shortstop for Coach Ronald Forbis
His junior and senior years at Bel Air, he played for El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Coach Jim Pufal
Earned a baseball scholarship to play for El Paso Baseball Hall of Famers Syd and Andy Cohen at the University of Texas at El Paso and played in the Western Athletic Conference
Played for various teams in the Lower Valley League and in Juarez Mexico
Chosen to play on All Star teams from 1967 to 1973
Over the years he also played for El Paso Baseball Hall of Famers Juan Sandoval and Tacho Carrasco
He was also coached by Pancho Del Toro Sr., Tio Cadena, Dr. Santiesteban and Candido Gutierrez
As a baseball coach, he won two middle school championships at Hillcrest Middle School
As the Head Baseball Coach at his alma mater, he led the Highlanders to the District, Bi-District, Regional and Area Championship in 1983
1983 was the year his Highlanders met the Burges Mustangs coached by El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Osborne squared off in historic playoff to determine which team would advance to the Texas State Final Four Championships
He finished his varsity coaching career with a 135-100 record
Named and honored as “Coach of the Year” by the El Paso Times in 1983
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors

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