Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame

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Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame

The Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame was established[by whom?] in 1998 in conjunction with the 140th anniversary of the first organized baseball team in Syracuse, New York. It is located at NBT Bank Stadium, home of the Syracuse Mets Triple-A baseball team.

Categories[edit]

The categories for induction are:

  • First 75 years of professional baseball (1858–1933)
  • Former Chiefs/SkyChiefs player (1934–present)
  • Professional baseball player or person affiliated with professional baseball
  • Contributor to the game of baseball.[1]

Through the 2012 season, the Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame Committee included Ron Gersbacher, John Simone, Tex Simone, Bob Snyder, and Tom Leo.[1]

List of awardees[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame," MiLB.com. Accessed: September 3, 2013.
  2. ^ Kramer, Lindsay (30 March 2016). "International League honors Syracuse Chiefs legend". Syracuse.com. Retrieved 30 March 2016.

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