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CALIFORNIA BASEBALL LEAGUE
Hall Of Fame


                          
   
























JEFF REARDON - PITCHER, OUTLAWS Jeff Reardon was the most dominate closer in the early years of the league, leading the league in save in 1985 and 1986. Reardon pitched seven seasons for the Ohio Outlaws and was a key component of the Outlaws domination of the league in the 1980's. CAREER STATS: YEAR W L SV IP ERA TEAM 1985 3 3 31 78.0 2.42 Outlaws 1986 3 1 34 82.0 3.18 Outlaws 1987 4 0 27 76.1 3.18 Outlaws 1988 3 5 28 75.2 4.28 Outlaws 1989 3 1 22 67.0 3.90 Outlaws 1990 2 4 6 63.1 4.41 Outlaws 1991 2 0 0 49.0 3.12 Raiders 1992 0 4 15 57.0 4.58 Kings ---------------------------------------- Totals 20 18 163 548.1 3.59






RYNE SANDBERG - SECOND BASE, REDSKINS The first selection overall in the 1985 draft, Sandberg was the heart and sould of the Goshen Redskins. In 1988, Ryno finally led the Redskins past Don Mattingly and the Outlaws. After winning the MVP award in 1989, the Ryno era ended after the largest trade ever in league history had Ryno playing for the Shlmazels. CAREER STATS: YEAR AVG HR RBI SB TEAM 1985 .297 18 87 8 Redskins 1986 .304 26 110 20 Redskins 1987 .317 26 107 5 Redskins 1988 .311 28 113 10 Redskins 1989 .353 39 144 3 Redskins MVP 1990 .307 23 97 7 Shlmazels 1991 .273 20 79 2 Shlmazels 1992 .300 28 100 3 Shlmazels MVP 1993 .297 21 91 0 Shlmazels 1994 .323 7 47 0 Redskins 1995 .268 22 73 0 Corporation 1998 ,289 1 6 0 Redskins ---------------------------------------- Totals .303 259 1054 58 TWO-TIME MVP

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