Amarillo Hall Of Fame


Hall Of Fame Players


Hall of Famer Brad Logan
United States   #1 - Brad Logan [ID #11399]     OF
Home Town: Rochester, Minnesota           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: OF 1b
Games 1894, AVE .260, OBP .303, SLG .513, OPS .816, H 1514, 2B 304, 3B 141, HR 296, RBI 981, SB 667
Notes: When you think speed in this franchise, you think Brad Logan. A big part of the 2006 Champion Amarillo Wranglers(then the McKinney Longhorns) when he set a regular season franchise record 89 stolen bases. He holds the franchise record for career slugging percentage at .513, and he was a 2 time League MVP, and 4X All-Star. He played 18 seasons with the franchise from the time he was 21 to 38 years old in which he stole a total of 667 bases which holds the all-time franchise record to date.    
   
Induction Date: Aug. 23, 2031


Hall of Famer Earl Singleton
United States   #1 - Earl Singleton [ID #11404]     OF
Home Town: Yonkers, New York           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: OF 1b 3b
Games 2062, AVE .286, OBP .362, SLG .503, OPS .865, H 2150, 2B 514, 3B 77, HR 322, RBI 1192
Notes: Singleton played for the Amarillo Wranglers (formerly McKinney Longhorns) from 2005-2019. He is a 7 time All-Star who, at the time of induction, is the Amarillo all time career leader in HR's(322), doubles(514), and OPS(.865). He was also a big part of the 2006 Championship season.  
   
Singleton receives this honor on May 7th of the 2030 season, and becomes the first member of the Hall Of Fame.


Hall of Famer Andrés Quiles
Puerto Rico   #12 - Andrés Quiles [ID #111263]     2B
Home Town: Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico           School: none           Drafted: 2023, Round #5 by New Britain Cubs
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (L)           Throws (R)           Positions: 2b
Games 1902, AVE .312, OBP .398, SLG .486, OPS .884, H 2313, 2B 541, 3B 28, HR 231, RBI 1086
Notes: 11 time All-Star, 4 time All-League, part of 5 championship seasons, and won rookie of the year in 2028 are just a few of the accomplishments of Andres Quiles. He was a DH for most of his time with the Wranglers and some say he's the greatest player to ever wear an Amarillo Wranglers uniform. He also holds the franchise record for career batting average {.312), and career on-base percentage (.398) spanning a 13 year career.           
Induction Date: June 27, 2042


Hall Of Fame Managers


Hall of Famer Bobby Caruso
United States   Bobby Caruso [ID #1818]     Manager
Birthplace: Berkeley, California
Hall Of Famer
Games 3861, League Wins 1534, Playoff Wins 22, Playoff Championships 5, Cup Wins 224
Notes: Known as "The Brain" because of his baseball knowledge Bobby Caruso was arguably the greatest manager in Amarillo Wrangler's history. He led the team to 6 championship series winning 5 of them. He led the team to back-to-back titles in 2033 and 2034. His best season came in 2031 when he led the team to a 124-36 record, completely dominating the league and going on to win one of the team's 5 championships during his 19 years as manager.            
Induction date: June 27, 2042