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2026, Hall of Fame Voting Results

Post by recte44 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:04 pm

2026 is a big class, with FIVE players inducted to the MBBA Hall of Fame!

Congratulations to: Trey Williams, Fraser Dodson, Tipper Kengos, Juan Heredia, and Ernie Stauffer.

Final Results were as follows:
Name Votes % of Votes Cast % of Possible Votes
Trey Williams 17 80.95 70.83
Fraser Dodson 17 80.95 70.83
Tipper Kengos 16 76.19 66.67
Juan Heredia 16 76.19 66.67
Ernie Stauffer 16 76.19 66.67
Rafael Avila 13 61.90 54.17
Carlos Altavista 12 57.14 50.00
David Crocker 12 57.14 50.00
Juan Garcia 12 57.14 50.00
Terry Cochran 11 52.38 45.83
Jimmy McCabe 11 52.38 45.83
John Rasmussen 9 42.86 37.50
Jim Wilson 8 38.10 33.33
Eric Martin 8 38.10 33.33
Paul Hogan 8 38.10 33.33
Jonathan Sorensen 7 33.33 29.17
Jim Schmidt 7 33.33 29.17
Milt Linares, Jr. 7 33.33 29.17
Pedro Berrios 5 23.81 20.83
Chris Malone 5 23.81 20.83
Albert Martinez 5 23.81 20.83
Russell Vanness 4 19.05 16.67
Billy Beauford 4 19.05 16.67
Freddie Rigsby 3 14.29 12.50
Kanzaburo Yamaguchi 3 14.29 12.50
Vicente Vasquez 3 14.29 12.50
Steve Faulkner 3 14.29 12.50
Sam Brewington 3 14.29 12.50
Moses Tallchief 3 14.29 12.50
Bob Goodwin 2 9.52 8.33
David Klopp 2 9.52 8.33
Darius Campbell Jr. 2 9.52 8.33
Brian Middleton 2 9.52 8.33
Ramon Ayala 2 9.52 8.33
Roark Dempsey 2 9.52 8.33
Silas Thompson 2 9.52 8.33
Art Messer 2 9.52 8.33
Jake Kestle 2 9.52 8.33
Kevin Minuso 2 9.52 8.33
Chuck Bowers 2 9.52 8.33
Juan Quintero 2 9.52 8.33
Jeremy Finch 2 9.52 8.33
Bill Burkholder 1 4.76 4.17
Marc Jutras 1 4.76 4.17
Robert Walton 1 4.76 4.17
Eric Thorne 1 4.76 4.17
Paul Stroud 1 4.76 4.17
Mike Williams 1 4.76 4.17
Tobias Kelly 1 4.76 4.17
Robert Harrell 1 4.76 4.17
James Endres 1 4.76 4.17
Chad Jordan 1 4.76 4.17
Armando Rosales 1 4.76 4.17
Wally Walker 1 4.76 4.17
Bob Ritchie 1 4.76 4.17
Matt Brunson 1 4.76 4.17
Dave May 1 4.76 4.17
Cory Warr 1 4.76 4.17
Bob White 1 4.76 4.17
Valentin Lugo 1 4.76 4.17
Alonso Rodriguez 1 4.76 4.17
Rick Daly 1 4.76 4.17
Ed Mansfield 1 4.76 4.17
Javier Alomar 1 4.76 4.17
Mark Davis 1 4.76 4.17
Mack Milholm 1 4.76 4.17
Ron Lipp 1 4.76 4.17
Eric Rouse 1 4.76 4.17
Gary Wilson 1 4.76 4.17
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Re: 2026, Hall of Fame Voting Results

Post by recte44 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:06 pm

Legends Welcome Williams to HOF:

Trey Williams, a standout third baseman throughout his Monty Brewster Baseball Association career, has been inducted into the Hall of Fame in his 0th attempt.

During the induction ceremony, he credited the coaches, who taught him to play the game and the teammates, who taught him to be a professional.

However, the most important influence, Williams said, was his father.
"Pops never gave up on me," he said, "no matter how often I felt like giving up on myself.

In his 2086-game career, Williams hit .313 with 2535 hits, 181 home runs, 1293 runs scored and 1223 RBIs.

He wrapped up his career at the age of 39 and retired, hanging up his cleats in 2025.
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Post by recte44 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:07 pm

Dodson Joins HOF Immortals: One of the best players ever, first baseman Fraser Dodson, has received the ultimate honor for a baseball player -- being inducted into the Monty Brewster Baseball Association Hall of Fame.

The induction ceremony, which was held today, included tributes from his former teammates. One of them recognized his unparalleled work ethic, another his "naturally pure" swing, and yet another, his love for the game.

Dodson received numerous awards during his playing days, but he said, nothing can compare to being enshrined into the Hall of Fame.

In a career spanning 2165 games, Dodson batted .328 with 2626 hits, 222 home runs, 1168 RBIs and 1115 runs scored.

He retired in 2023.
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Post by recte44 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:08 pm

Kengos Among Greats in MBBA HOF: A huge crowd watched Tipper Kengos become the newest member of the Monty Brewster Baseball Association Hall of Fame today.

"I'm a big believer in whatever you want, if you want something out of this game, you've got to put the work in it. You've got to work hard," said the outstanding center fielder, whose new plaque described him as "an artisan with a bat whose daily pursuit of excellence produced a .326 lifetime batting average, 2808 hits and 74 home runs."

After the induction ceremony Kengos was asked what was the most thrilling moment in his career. He responded quickly, "No doubt about it, your first hit in the big leagues. That's tops. It means you're on your way. When you get the first hit, then you can get the rest."
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Heredia Enshrined in HOF: The Monty Brewster Baseball Association Hall of Fame honors those players who are the best at their position, those special individuals whose skills make them unforgettable in the eyes of baseball fans everywhere. Another such player was recognized today, as center fielder Juan Heredia was enshrined at his induction ceremony.

There was no mistaking the look of pride on Juan Heredia's face as he saw his statue for the first time and the plaque recounting the many accomplishments over his 2298-game career. Heredia played until he was 46 and had a lifetime .306 batting average with 207 home runs. Baseball's newest Hall of Famer batted in 1126 runs and scored 1401 times.

Fans of all ages watched in appreciation as Heredia blinked back tears. "I really don't know what to say during such an enormous moment," he managed to finally say, "because words cannot describe all the feelings and thoughts running through my head. The love and appreciation from all my fellow players and all the fans out there has been overwhelming, but I would not be here today without the love and support of my family. My greatest thanks goes to them."
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Post by recte44 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:09 pm

Ernie Stauffer Latest MBBA HOF Inductee: The Monty Brewster Baseball Association Hall of Fame just added a fine second baseman and hitter to its number. The newest member of baseball's most elite group is Ernie Stauffer, who recently retired at the age of 40.

"I always knew I was good enough to play, but the Hall of Fame was one of the few things I never even dreamed of," said Stauffer at his induction ceremony. "For me to focus a lot on the individual, that's not the way I learned to play the game. Baseball is a team game. You win as a team, you lose as team. You also do so many things together, but it is not an 'I' thing."

During his illustrious career, Stauffer had 247 home runs among his 2659 hits, while batting .300. He played in 2204 games, scored 1197 runs and knocked in 1153 runs.
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Re: 2026, Hall of Fame Voting Results

Post by trmmilwwi » Sat Apr 02, 2016 9:36 am

Happy to see Dodson get in.. He was sorta one dimensional but he was great at putting the ball in play. Good stuff!
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Post by scottsdale_joe » Sat Apr 02, 2016 12:13 pm

Good for Tipper.
About time.
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Re: 2026, Hall of Fame Voting Results

Post by aaronweiner » Sat Apr 02, 2016 12:20 pm

Still silly that Trey Williams got more votes than Tipper. Good year for Seattle guys.

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Post by JimBob2232 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 5:03 pm

Finally! Congrats to Tipper!
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Re: 2026, Hall of Fame Voting Results

Post by njherdfan » Thu Apr 07, 2016 1:14 pm

aaronweiner wrote:Still silly that Trey Williams got more votes than Tipper. Good year for Seattle guys.
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Post by njherdfan » Thu Apr 07, 2016 1:15 pm

recte44 wrote:Legends Welcome Williams to HOF:

Trey Williams, a standout third baseman throughout his Monty Brewster Baseball Association career, has been inducted into the Hall of Fame in his 0th attempt.

During the induction ceremony, he credited the coaches, who taught him to play the game and the teammates, who taught him to be a professional.

However, the most important influence, Williams said, was his father.
"Pops never gave up on me," he said, "no matter how often I felt like giving up on myself.

In his 2086-game career, Williams hit .313 with 2535 hits, 181 home runs, 1293 runs scored and 1223 RBIs.

He wrapped up his career at the age of 39 and retired, hanging up his cleats in 2025.

I'm considering myself his video-game father. Is that okay?
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Re: 2026, Hall of Fame Voting Results

Post by recte44 » Thu Apr 07, 2016 7:12 pm

Yes, that's awesome!

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