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Hall of Fame - 2006

Hall of Fame - Class of 2006


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Alan Pointer

Alan Pointer

Last man to hit .400 in the minor leagues by posting a .402 batting average with the Salisbury Braves of the Western Carolina League in 1961. Western Carolina League All Star first baseman who also led the circuit with 117 runs, 40 stolen bases, 18 doubles, 14 triples, and 129 hits. Member of the 1961 Western Carolina League regular season champions. Reached the major leagues with the Houston Colt .45's in 1963, and played professional baseball through 1972. After retiring as a player, had a distinguished career as a game official inthe National Football League. Brother of the famous singing group, the Pointer Sisters.

Mike Veeck

Mike Veeck

Part-owner of six minor league baseball teams, including the South Atlantic League's Charleston RiverDogs. Promoter of "Fun is Good" motto that has helped his teams routinely reach attendance and customer sesrvice milestones. Creator of countless game promotions that have attracted national and worldwide interest. Founder of the Veeck Promotional Seminar, considered to be the hallmark for marketing and promotional ideas in minor league baseball. Son of Bill Veeck, the long time owner of several major league franchises, including the St Louis Browns, Cleveland Indians, and Chicago White Sox.

Chip Moore

Chip Moore

Current First Vice President and mamber of the Board of Directors for the South Atlantic League. Is in his 29th season with the Atlanta Braves' organization, including his 10th season as a Vice President and Controller. Began working with the Braves as an usher at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium before spending nine years as a member of the team's ground crew. Joined the Braves' accounting department in 1985 prior to being promoted to Assistant Controller in 1988 and Controller in 1992. Involved in the design and construction of Rome's State Mutual Stadium, and Mississippi's Trustmark Park.

Len Barker

Len Barker

Hard throwing right hander helped guide the Gastonia Rangers to the Western Carolinas League Title in 1974. Won 11 decisions in 20 games while allowing only 101 hits in 124 innings and striking out 140 batters. Posted a solid 3.34 ERA with Gastonia. Threw a three-hitter versus the White Sox in his first major league start with Texas on October 3, 1976. Won 19 games and led the American League in strikeouts with Cleveland in 1980. Tossed a perfect game versus Toronto on May 15, 1981. Led the league in strikeouts and started the All-Star Game for the American League in 1982. Won 74 games in 11 major league seasons.


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