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3/16 JOE HENDERSON

4/16 JUAN OROZCO

5/16 MANNY PACILLAS

6/16 LARRY STELLEY

7/16 FLOYD (BUTCH) HENRY

8/16 JOE PENNIES

9/16 FRANK DEL TORO

10/16 SHAWN LEHIGH

11/16 GILBERT DE LA ROSA

12/16 DANIEL (DANNY) PEREZ

13/16 GEORGE HODGE

14/16 LAURO (LARRY) FELIX

15/16 GERRY CUEVAS

16/16 RANDY WEINGLASS

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Inducted in 2009
Four year letterman for Hanks High School
All District and All City Honoree
El Paso High School Player of the Year in 1986 as a senior
Had a .505 batting average
Led the state in home runs with 15
Led the state in runs batted in with 51
Earned baseball scholarship from the University of Arizona
As a freshman, he led the team with 7 triples in 1987
Played in Alaska Collegiate League and led his team the Mat Su Miners to win the 1987 NBC World Series in Wichita Kansas
His sophomore year at Arizona, he led the team in hits with 79 and led the Wildcats in runs batted in with 55
Following his sophomore year he played in the Cape Cod League for the Harwich Mariners
Played with Team USA in Taiwan – – 1988
Led Team USA with a .412 batting average and helped lead them to a Silver Medal with a 6-1 record
His junior year he tied the Arizona Wildcats team record with 18 home runs and led the team in runs batted in with 81 RBI and had a .352 batting average
Named to the NCAA, Baseball America, The Sporting News and ABCA All American teams
Named Pac 10 Conference “Co Player of the Year” with teammate pitcher Scott Erickson
Finalist for 1989 Golden Spikes Award
Led University of Arizona in hitting categories each of his three years playing in 162 games with 211 hits, 29 home runs, 357 total bases, 35 doubles, 12 triples, 172 RBI’s with a .336 batting average
Chosen in the First Round, 24th overall selection by the New York Mets in the 1989 Professional Draft
Played 19 seasons of professional baseball (1989-2007) with the Mets, Tigers, Red Sox, Mariners, Cubs, Diamondbacks, Astros and in Japan
Named to All Star teams for Florida State League (1990) and Pacific Coast League (1997 and 1998)
In his 19 seasons, he had 1,562 hits, 276 home runs, 1,013 runs batted in and a .257 batting average
Made his major league debut in Milwaukee on June 18, 2002 against the Brewers while playing for the Houston Astros
First Major League hit was a home run for the Astros against the Cincinnati Reds in 2002
Played in Major Leagues for Astros and Arizona Diamondbacks organizations
Hitting Coach for Arizona Diamondbacks minor league teams at Missoula and Visalia in 2008 and 2009

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Inducted in 2009
Played varsity baseball four year for Edison High School in Fresno California
Earned All City honors three times as a Pitcher and Outfielder
Edison High School claimed one title during his high school tenure
Drafted in fifth round (87 overall) by the California Angels in 1965
Played five seasons for Quad Cities, San Jose and El Paso
Had a 1-2 record with a 2.86 ERA with Quad Cities
In 1968, had his break out year as a Pitcher with a 17-8 record and 186 strikeouts in 213 innings pitched with a 2.49 ERA
In 1970 played for AA Texas League El Paso Sun Kings and produced a 12-7 record with 163 innings pitched
Pitched for Chicago White Sox organization from 1971 – 1974
In 1971, he pitched for Tucson and had a 3-8 record
In 1972, he was loaned by the White Sox to a team in the Mexican League where he produced a 16-12 record
In 1973, he led the Southern League with 17 wins with a 2.08 ERA and 147 innings pitched
In 1974, he had a 13-8 record with Iowa and was called up by the White Sox
He made his Major League debut against the Boston Red Sox on June 7, 1974
Pitched in 5 Major League games and had a 1-0 record with 15 innings pitched
Sent back down to Iowa and threw a 10-0 no hit victory against Wichita on July 31, 1974
Acquired by Cincinnati Reds organization from 1975 to 1977
In 3 seasons with Indianapolis, he had a 17-12 record in 128 games with 253 innings pitched
Earned a World Series ring with Cincinnati Reds “Big Red Machine” in 1976 pitching in 4 games with a 2-0 record and 0.00 ERA
Pitched in 7 games for the Reds in 1977
Pitched in Mexican League from 1978 to 1981
Pitched for Ciudad Juarez and produced a 11-10 record and 3.74 ERA
Also pitched for Aguascalientes and posted a 2.73 ERA with a 10-8 record
Pitched in Liga Mexicana de Nacional for Coatzacoalcos and Zacatecas through 1984
Twenty season minor league career resulted in a 138-99 record with 1,957 innings pitched, 1,298 strikeouts and 3.18 ERA
Three year career in Major Leagues resulted in 3-2 record with 35 innings pitched, 27 strikeouts and 6.69 earned run average

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Inducted in 2009
El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors
Started playing baseball from Little League to Pony league in El Paso
At Coronado High School, his high school years were focused on football and track
Started his coaching career in 1979, after graduating from University of Texas at El Paso
Started his coaching at Terrace Hills Middle School
Coached all three levels of high school baseball
Coached youth baseball and softball from T-Ball to 14 and Under level
Won District Championships at Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity levels
Varsity Head Coach at Coronado High School 1990 – 1994
District Champions 1991, 1992, 1993
Bi-District Champions 1994
Area and Quarter Finals Champions 1992 and 1993
Regional Champions 1992
Texas State Final Four 1992
Four of his Coronado players named to Texas All State Team: Jim Wadworth, Ray Herrera, Jordan Fisher and Will Steinmann
Coached Rocky Coppinger who pitched nine seasons of professional baseball including five season on the major league level with the Orioles and Brewers

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Inducted in 2009
Graduate of El Paso High School where he was All City and All District selection in football all four years
Learned his trade the hard way by playing football and wrestling and understanding the aches and pains that players would have to deal with and recovery treatments that would produce the quickest and most positive permanent results
Graduated with Honors from Texas Western College learning the skills of athletic training from their legendary Athletic Trainer Ross Moore
Coached football and wrestling at Jefferson High School
In 1963 his dream job became available and he was named the Athletic Trainer at Jefferson but continued to coach wrestling
Spent 17 years at Jefferson High School
Head Athletic Trainer at Burges High School from 1980 until he retired in 1992
Featured speaker on sports medicine and traveled throughout the Southwest delivering his message on rehabilitation, the need for special equipment, the procedures to help an athlete avoid and if necessary recover from a sports injury
In his career, he was the trainer to all sports and to all athletes
His road trips to keep the Mustang baseball players in the game are well documented
He worked hard using preventive workouts to keep players in the game
Retired in 1992
During his time as a high school trainer, he fought to make training a profession with better budgets and resources to care for high school athletes
After leaving the school system he worked for Columbia Sports Medicine where he established an Athletic Trainer Directory for El Paso County athletic programs; established a Sports Medicine Clinic at the El Paso Wellness Center; volunteered care for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys and volunteered for the Annual High School All Star Football game
Inducted in El Paso High Athletic Hall of Fame – – 1992
Inducted into the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame – – 1995
Inducted into the Sun City Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame – – 2003

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Leading hitter and pitcher on league champion Big 8 Food Stores in 1959
Played for El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Barrueta
In 1963, he led his Babe Ruth team Standard Oil to City Championship
Played Connie Mack and American Legion baseball and again selected to their respective All Star teams
Earned a varsity letter as a freshman at Austin High School in 1963
Four year varsity letterman for the Panthers from 1963 – 1966
All District honors his junior and senior seasons
Team captain for the Panthers his senior season
Member of District Championship squads in 1964 and 1965
Batted in clean up spot his junior and senior seasons
Member of 1965 District, Bi-District, Regional and 4A Texas State Final Four squad
Drove in winning run in 1-0 15-inning win over Lubbock Monterrey to help Panthers capture Regional Championship
Member of second El Paso High School team to reach the Final Four and first since Bowie Bears in 1949
Unanimous All State Tournament Selection as first baseman
Tied the Texas record with three hits in single State Tournament game in Panthers game against Houston Galena Park
Offered baseball scholarships to Arizona State, Colorado State and Texas A & M University
In a time when few full ride baseball scholarships were offered, he accepted opportunity to play at College Station
He played from 1967 to 1969 with fellow Panther and El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Arnold for the Aggies
Lettered as a first baseman and a catcher for Aggies
Earned freshman letter in 1967 as a first baseman
Earned varsity letter in 1968 as a first baseman
Earned varsity letter in 1969 as the starting catcher
Recipient of “Wally Moon Award” given to Aggies most improved player
Transferred to University of Texas at El Paso
UTEP Graduate
Varsity baseball coach for Austin High School for 1973 and 1974

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Class of 2010
Voted the second recipient of the “Recognized El Paso Major Leaguer Award” in 2002 by the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame
Outstanding as a Youth baseball player for Eastwood Optimists
Standout pitcher at Eastwood High School and played for El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Coach Ray Saenz
Had a 10-1 record with a 0.79 ERA as a Senior
Named to 3 All District teams in his 3 years of varsity play
Earned multiple All City Honors
Named El Paso City “Most Valuable Player” in 1987
Named to Texas All State team in 1987
Part of renowned “1, 2 Pitching Twosome” with fellow Trooper and also future Major Leaguer Frank Castillo
Played on team that produced two future El Paso High School Coaches in Ruly Medrano and Larry Vucan
Turned down opportunity for baseball scholarship to University of Texas to turn Professional
Drafted and signed with the Cincinnati Reds in 1987
Named Class A All Star by Baseball America and Midwest League following a 16-2 record and a 2.26 ERA with 27 starts in 1988
Played Professional baseball from 1987 to 2001 including seven seasons in the Major Leagues with Houston, Colorado, Montreal, Boston, and Seattle
Traded to the Houston Astros in 1990 and made his Major League debut on April 9, 1992
He made 28 starts with a 6-9 record and a 4.02 ERA in his Rookie season which saw the Astros only score 13 runs in his 9 losses
Finished the season tied for the team lead in shutouts and complete games and ranked second in innings pitched, strikeouts and starts
Selected in the fifth round of the 1992 expansion draft by the Colorado Rockies
Later traded to Expos and went 8-3 with a 2.43 ERA in 1994 and finished second in ERA but just missed the qualifying inning mark by 6 2/3innings
In 1996, he was 7-9 with 21 starts and a 2.84 earned run average
Injury sidelined him for balance of 1996 season
In 1997, he posted a 7-3 mark with the Boston Red Sox in 36 games with a 3.52 ERA
Missed most of 1998 season with an injury
Signed with Seattle in 1999 but saw limited action due to injuries
His lifetime pro career record was 33-33 with 621 innings pitched and a 3.83 ERA
In 11 seasons of minor league play, he had a 54-35 record with 727 innings pitched and a 3.81 earned run average
Served as Roving Pitching Instructor for Major League organizations following his pro playing career
Served as Pitching Coach with the Cincinnati Red organization in 2004 with the GCL Reds
In 2005, he coached at Billings
Served as manager of the El Paso Diablos from 2006 to 2010
Named American Association “Manager of the Year” in 2007
Considered one of the best if not the best “Left Handed Pitchers” to ever play high school baseball in El Paso
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Class of 2010
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors
2 year letterman in baseball at Coronado High School
In 1971, he was named to the All District team as an Outfielder for the Thunderbirds
Hit .384 with 2 home runs, 4 doubles and 7 triples
Received a baseball scholarship to the University of Texas at El Paso
Four Year Letterman for UTEP baseball from 1972 to 1975
All-Western Athletic Conference Baseball Academic Honoree in 1974
In 1974, he hit .323 with 51 hits, 28 walks, 28 runs scored and 29 runs batted in
All-Western Athletic Conference Baseball Team Honoree in 1975
In 1975, he was the Miners Team Batting Champion with a .324 batting average and led the team with 46 hits, 25 walks, 26 RBI, 26 runs and 11 doubles
Honored as one of the “Best I’ve Ever Coached” by Andy Cohen after Coach Cohen’s final season in 1978
Selected to Sports Ambassadors All-American team in 1975 and 1976 touring Central and South America on the Summer Overseas Crusade
In 1975, he also played outfield for the Parma Bernazolli baseball team in Italian Professional Baseball League
Head Baseball Coach at Parkland for 9 seasons
When he left the Matadors, he held the school record for most coaching wins with 46
In 1990, he returned to Italy to be the pitching coach for Bologna Longbridge in the Italian Professional League
Head Baseball Coach at Austin High School
In 1991, he led the Panthers to their last winning season with a 13-12 record
Played and Coached in Italian Professional Leagues with Parma Bernazolli and Bologna Longbridge
Trained Pitchers for Italian National team for 1992 Olympics in Spain
Active with Fellowship of Christian Athletes Chapters in El Paso
Professional educator who continues his coaching journey
Coached baseball, tennis and golf
Recognized by many for his genuine character and concern for all his players and peers

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Class of 2010 Honoree
El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Brother/Brother duo Member
Hall of Fame Board of Directors
Involved with baseball for nearly 50 years
Played for Jefferson High School in El Paso
3 year letterman for Silver Foxes
Named to All District team in 1969
Played collegiately at Ranger Junior College in 1970
Played for the University of Texas El Paso in 1972
Played for New Mexico Highlands in 1974
In 1975, he signed a free agent contract to play with the Ciudad Juarez Indios of the Mexican League
Batted .327 in 56 games with Indios
In the late 1960’s and 1970’s, he played Semi-professional baseball in El Paso and Ciudad Juarez
He struck out 22 batters in a game pitching for Gasca Body Shop in the Liga Fronteriza
Named “Most Valuable Player” of the Liga Fronteriza in 1971
Batting Champion with a .367 batting average of the Liga Fronteriza in 1972
Played in “50 and Over” League for 4 seasons
His team won the League Championship in 2004; team was Runner-Up in 2008
Also played in “35 and Over” League from 2007 to 2009
High School Baseball Coach from 1983 to 2001
Coached Junior Varsity Baseball at Jefferson High School from 1983 to 1987
Named Head Baseball Coach at Austin High School and led Panthers from 1987-1993
In his first season at Austin, he led his team to a 17-7 record reversing the previous years 7-17 record
In 1988 and 1989, the Panthers finished second in District 1-5A
Defeated the Socorro Bulldogs in Bi-District series but lost to Abilene Cooper in Area Round
Named El Paso Times High School Coach of the Year in 1989
In 1996, he moved to Socorro as an assistant coach to El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Coach Chris Forbes
Bulldogs captured District Championship that year
Named Head Baseball Coach at Americas High School in 1997 and finished his coaching career there in 2001
Inducted into the Latin-American Fast-Pitch Softball Hall of
Fame, Houston, Texas 2006
Inducted into the Juarez Athletic Hall of Fame,
Baseball/Fast-Pitch Softball 2012
Inducted into the El Paso Fast-Pitch Softball
Hall of Fame 2013
Inducted into the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013
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Class of 2010
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors
Umpired for 22 years at the Professional, College, Military, High School and youth levels
Served El Paso as an umpire from 1979 to 2000
Started umpiring baseball while serving in the United States Army at Ft. Bliss
Umpired all levels of baseball in the various youth leagues and city championships from Boys Baseball of El Paso to Sandy Koufax to Babe Ruth and Connie Mack divisions
Umpired games at Ft. Bliss from 1979 to 1990
Worked at every classification for Texas High School University Interscholastic League play from 3A to 5A
His competence and calm demeanor drew the attention of playoff bound teams and coaches from the El Paso region
Consistent and frequent selection to umpire post season games
Umpired in Bi-District, Area and Regional High School Playoff Games
Selected to Umpire at Texas UIL State Championship Tournament for 3 consecutive years starting in 1990 – 1993
Umpired for Western Athletic Conference and Big West Conference from 1981 to 1998
Umpired for Western Junior College Athletic Conference from 1981 to 1998
Selected to call games in the Big West Championship from 1989 to 1995
Umpired in Texas League from 1983 – 1995
Selected as Plate Umpire for Milwaukee Brewers vs. EP Diablos exhibition games in 1988 and 1991
Served as Sports Director and General Manager for Champions Sportsplex for 16 years from 1986 to 2001
Instrumental in creating new adult and youth baseball programs
At its peak in 2000, 165 teams were playing baseball in various age groups at the Sportsplex
Developed and mentored many umpires for El Paso area baseball and softball
Current NCAA basketball official who has been selected to work championship tournament play
Credited with elevating El Paso Youth Baseball to prominence at National level during his tenure

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Class of 2010
Umpired at Collegiate, High School and Youth Baseball levels in El Paso for the past 39 years
Began his umpiring career in 1973
Umpired youth and city leagues both for Ysleta and Boys Baseball of El Paso
Umpired all youth divisions from Little League minors to Sandy Koufax League play
In 1998, he began umpiring middle and high school games
His personality on the field, his knowledge of the rules, his grasp of proper umpire mechanics and he reputation for fairness have made him well respected throughout the city of El Paso
Umpired in High School State Playoffs for 27 years
Selected to umpire Regional and Area Playoff games for 15 years
Chosen with honor of umpiring University Interscholastic League Texas State Tournament in 2000, 2001 and 2010
Umpired College Division I and II levels from 1980 – 1988
Between 1980 through 1988, he umpired for New Mexico State University, Sul Ross State University, Western New Mexico and the University of Texas at El Paso
Chosen to umpire El Paso High School “Senior Showcase” for 10 years
Member of Texas Association of Sports Officials and El Paso Baseball Umpires Association for over 37 years
Held multiple officer positions with these organizations including committee chairmanships, Vice President and President
Current President of El Paso Baseball Officials Association
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors

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Inducted in 2011
Four year varsity player at J. M. Hanks High School in El Paso Texas
Named All-District and All-City all four-years and was both the City MVP and District 2-5A MVP in his senior year (1989)
His batting average for those four seasons increased each year: freshman .455, sophomore .475, junior .542 and senior .548.
Offered a scholarship to Oklahoma State University and drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 7th round following his senior year of high school (1989)
Accepted scholarship and played 3 years for Cowboys in Stillwater Oklahoma
In his freshman season, he batted .379 and was named to the Big 8 Conference All-Tournament Team and to the West Regional All-Tournament Team in 1990
In his junior season, he batted, 383 and was named 1st Team All Big 8 Conference and once again named to the Big 8 Conference All-Tournament Team and the Midwest Regional All-Tournament Team
The Milwaukee Brewers drafted him again after the 1992 season in the 21st round of the first year player draft
Play five seasons in the Brewers organization, from Rookie League to Triple AAA in the minors, and eventually with the Brewers at the major league level in 1996
In 1993 with Beloit, he was named a Midwest League All-Star and selected All Midwest League outfielder
In 1994, with El Paso, he was named an All Texas League Outfielder and a Topps AA All-Star
He would play parts of three seasons with his hometown El Paso Diablos in 1994, 1995 and 1996
Played 175 games for the Diablos, had 218 hits for a .325 batting average.
Brewers called him up during the 1996 season, making his major league debut on June 30 against Toronto
In the 9th inning, facing Mike Timlin, he grounded out to third in his first major league at bat
On July 4, he made his only big league start against Andy Pettitte and the New York Yankees at historic Yankee Stadium, going 0-3.
Upon his release following the 1996 season, he signed with Sioux City of the Northern League for 1997 season.
Played the better part of the next five seasons (1997-01) in the independent leagues with Sioux City, Newburgh, Lehigh Valley, Aberdeen and Atlantic City
Batted .296 with 538 hits in 495 games
The Baltimore Orioles signed Danny to begin the 1998 season and sent him to Double A Bowie of the Eastern League
Finish out his career in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball
Named to the Atlantic League All-Star game in 1998 and 1999
Atlantic League 1st Team outfielder in 1999

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Inducted in 2011
Played all levels of youth baseball in El Paso
Member of 1965 Connie Mack Texas Regional Champions that finished 4th at World Series
First African-American to play and star athletically for El Paso High School
All District selection all 4 years hitting .340, .387, .355 and .434
Team MVP for Sacramento City College
Selected in 3rd Round of Major League Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies
Batted .357 with 25 doubles and 14 home runs for Spartanburg in 1970
Batted .276 with 21 doubles and 5 home runs for Penninsula in 1971
Played with Reading in Double A in 1972
Finished his professional career with the Petroleros de Poza Rica of the Mexican League in 1973
Named to “All 1960’s Decade Team” for El Paso High School by Coach Ken Moorhead
El Paso High School named the Baseball and Softball complex in his honor in 2012

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Inducted in 2011
Member of first ever Socorro High School Bulldog baseball team to win District and Bi-District titles in 1988
Named to All District team 3 years
Selected District Co-MVP his senior year
Selected All City MVP his senior year
First team All Jayhawk Conference selection in 1989 and 1990 while playing for Dodge City Community College in Kansas
First team NJCAA All-Region VI team in 1989
In 1991, he was 1st Team All District 7 NAIA selection and 2nd Team NAIA All American in 1991 playing for Western New Mexico
In 1992, he was All Big West selection playing for New Mexico State his senior year
Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in 49th round in 1992
Played 4 seasons in Oakland farm system and earned “Defensive Player of the Year” while at Modesto in 1993
Played 3 seasons in Milwaukee Brewers farm system from A to AAA including a stop with the El Paso Diablos
Played in Mexican League and independent leagues from 1998 to 2003
Member of 1998 Mexican League champion Oaxaca Guerreros
All Star selection for Los Mochis in 1996 and 1997
Member of 2000-2001 Culiacan Tomateros who won the Mexican Pacific League Championship who also represented Mexico in the Caribbean World Series

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Inducted in 2011
Product of El Paso baseball community from youth through high school
Played youth baseball in Frank Manning League for Joe Gomez
Played secondary and high school baseball for Coach Tom Carillo and Coach John C. Miller
Three year letterman for Coronado High School earning All District and All City honors in 1987 and 1988
Batted .407 his senior year for Thunderbirds with 9 home runs and 30 RBI
Named 1-5A District MVP
Co-Selection of El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame first ever President’s Award in 1988
Played 4 years at Northwood University where he was a member of 2 conference championship teams in 1990 and 1991
Named to NAIA District 4 team as a Senior
During his 4 seasons at Northwood, he batted .320 with 21 home runs and 105 stolen bases
Represented Mexico in international competition
Participated in XVI Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos y Del Caribe in 1990-1991 on the Mexican Olympic team
In 1990, he played in Los Juegos de la Solidaridad in Monterrey Nuevo Leon
In 16 games, as a lead off batter he hit .326 with 5 RBI, 6 SB, 1 HR in 16 games
In 15 games as a lead off batter he hit .298 with 8 RBI, 8 SB, 1 HR in 15 games in the X Copa Intercontinental IBA in Barcelona Spain in 1991
In 1994 he signed a one-year contract with the Industriales de Monterrey of the Liga Mexicana
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors

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Inducted in 2011
Began umpiring youth baseball in 1980
Began umpiring high school baseball in 1989
Began umpiring collegiate baseball in 1995
Chosen by El Paso area coaches to umpire Texas High School playoffs every year since 1990
Selected as crew chief for 2010 Texas High School State UIL Baseball Championship Finals
Covered high school baseball in El Paso for 9 years
Compiled high school baseball individual stats, team district standings and selecting All City teams, MVP and Coach of the Year honorees for El Paso Times
Worked as color analyst with El Paso Baseball Hall of Famer Tom “Joe Fan” Ciaburri broadcasting on radio and internet numerous high school baseball state playoff games involving El Paso area teams
Member El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors

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