New Orleans Hall Of Fame


Hall Of Fame Players


Hall of Famer Diego Hernandez
Puerto Rico   #1 - Diego Hernandez [ID #1418]     3B
Birthplace: San Juan, Puerto Rico           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 3B 1b
Games 1253, AVE .291, OBP .372, SLG .397, OPS .769, H 1402, 2B 229, 3B 32, HR 73, R 668, RBI 558, SB 2
Notes:                                        
Puerto Rican sensation Diego Hernandez spent his entire career with New Orleans. The slick fielding third basemen was a fan favorite and one of the teams All-Time greats! Over his career he was a 3 time All-Star. Hernandez was known for his strong eye at the plate, which led to a career 604/430 walk to strikeout ratio. Diego had 2 seasons of 200+ hits.


Hall of Famer Brandon Glenn
United States   #5 - Brandon Glenn [ID #91704]     3B
Birthplace: Fort Lauderdale, Florida           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 3B 1B
Games 1659, AVE .272, OBP .335, SLG .484, OPS .818, H 1714, 2B 496, 3B 67, HR 235, R 994, RBI 974, SB 444
Notes: Brandon Glenn was a superstar for the Knights over the course of a long career. He ws a part of two Division Champions and one League Champion. He played 1B, 3B and DH over the course of his career. The three time All-Star had a combination of power and speed that is rarely seen in corner infielders. He had two season of 100+ runs, eight season of 40+ doubles including four of 50+, five seasons of 20+ HR including two of 30+, two 100 RBI+ seasons and eleven seasons of 30+SB including five of 40+. After leaving the Knights Glenn spent time with Ft. Lauderdale.        
       
Brandon is a member of the 1,000+ Run club, 400+ steal club & 300+ double-play club (corner-infielders).


Hall of Famer Adrián Fuentes
Colombia   #9 - Adrián Fuentes [ID #87397]     OF
Birthplace: Bogotá, Colombia           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (L)           Throws (L)           Positions: OF
Games 2029, AVE .277, OBP .355, SLG .545, OPS .900, H 2107, 2B 579, 3B 42, HR 455, R 1218, RBI 1383, SB 6
Notes: Adrian Fuentes joined the Knights as a teenager out of Columbia. Nicknamed "The Legend" Fuentes had an amazing 17 year career with the team. He was a prolific hitter who had 6 seasons of 100+ Runs, 10 seasons of 40+ doubles including 2 of 50+, 11 seasons of 30+ homers including 3 of 40+, 10 seasons of 100+ RBI's and 2 seasons batting over .300.

Adrian was a two-time Division Champion and one-time League Champion. He won Rookie of the Year, an MVP Award, was a member of 6 All-Star teams and 4 All-League teams. He won 3 Gold Gloves in the outfield.

Feuntes was a 12-time member of Team Colombia in the World Baseball Classic.

Adrian is a member of the 2,000+ hit, 400+ homer, 1,000+ Run, 500+ double, 1,000+ RBI and 100+ Outfield Assist clubs!


Hall of Famer Omar Blanco
United States   #17 - Omar Blanco [ID #1441]     2B
Birthplace: Malden, Massachusetts           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 2B 3b ss of
Games 1620, AVE .248, OBP .301, SLG .449, OPS .750, H 1472, 2B 335, 3B 156, HR 181, R 841, RBI 883, SB 272
Notes:                                        
Omar Blanco had a long and illustrious career with New Orleans. During his career he was a two time All-Star. Blanco had 4 season of 100+ runs, 4 seasons of 40+ doubles including one of 50+, 9 seasons of 10+ triples, 4 seasons of 20+ homers, 4 seasons of 100+ RBI and 1 season of 40+ stolen bases.                    
                               
Blanco is part of the 100+ Triples club & 500+ double-plays club (middle infielders).           
                           


Hall of Famer Ángel Contreras
Venezuela   #29 - Ángel Contreras [ID #76186]     P
Birthplace: Caracas, Venezuela           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (S)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 375, W 161, L 121, S 1, CG 93, SHO 18, ERA 3.59, BAA .246, WHIP 1.259, IP 2429⅓, K 1187
Notes:                                        
The Venezuelan superstar Angel Contreras started his career with New Orleans as a teenager. Over his career with New Orleans he was a 4 time All-Star, 2 time Cy Young Award winner, 2 time All-League selection and 4 time Gold Glove winner. Following a long career in New Orleans, Contreras went on to pitch for Phoenix and South San Francisco before retiring.                    
                   
Contreras is part of the 3,000+ Inning Pitched, 100+ Complete Games, 400+ starts and 150+ wins clubs.             
           
Angel pitched in 4 World Classic's as a member of Team Venezuela.                       
                                     


Hall of Famer Carlos Mejias
Cuba   #36 - Carlos Mejias [ID #93497]     2B
Birthplace: Santiago de Cuba, Cuba           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 2B
Games 1112, AVE .253, OBP .279, SLG .434, OPS .712, H 1078, 2B 312, 3B 34, HR 130, R 588, RBI 577, SB 202
Notes:                                        
Once Carlos Mejias defected from Cuba he landed with New Orleans. Over his career with the club he was the Rookie of the Year, a one time All-Star and won 6 Gold Gloves. He has one 100+ run season, six 40+ double seasons including one season of 50+, three 20+ homer season and four 30+ stolen base season. He was part of one championship team. Following his time in New Orleans he went on to play for 6 other teams and made one more All-Star team, won another League Championship and won another Gold Glove.           
           
Carlos is a member of the 500+ double-plays club (middle infielders).                   
                   
Carlos was a two-time member of Team Cuba in the World Classic.                       
                                   
 


Hall of Famer Juan Burgos
United States   #38 - Juan Burgos [ID #44068]     P
Birthplace: Fresno, California           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 127, W 55, L 43, CG 23, SHO 4, ERA 3.17, BAA .245, WHIP 1.164, IP 861⅓, K 517
Notes:                    
After starting his career in Detroit, Juan Burgos was a three time All-Star and won a Cy Young Award with New Orleans. He finished his career pitching for Fort Lauderdale, Ocean View City and South Fallon before retiring. He won a second Cy Young Award with Fort Lauderdale.            

Juan is part of the 150+ wins and 1,500+ strike out clubs.


Hall of Famer Héctor Robles
Dominican Republic   #67 - Héctor Robles [ID #90769]     P
Birthplace: Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 410, W 123, L 107, S 29, CG 6, ERA 4.45, BAA .261, WHIP 1.385, IP 2097⅓, K 1230
Notes: In a long career for New Orleans Robles was a top starter on two Division Champions and one League Champion. He was a 2 -Time All-Star. Early in his career he even had a 28 save season out of the bullpen! Robles was a fan favorite who brought out the Latin American crowd with his unique style and flare for the dramatic. He was known as a great teammate that was beloved around the league. When his time in New Orleans was over, Hector went on to pitch for Rochester.


Hall of Famer Brett Hart
United States   #69 - Brett Hart [ID #84209]     P
Birthplace: Anchorage, Alaska           College: Oklahoma State University
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 466, W 21, L 51, S 273, ERA 3.76, BAA .253, WHIP 1.309, IP 829⅔, K 652
Notes:                            
Closer Brett Hart had a phenomenal career with New Orleans putting together two All-Star appearances and one All-League award. He had six seasons of 30+ saves including two of 40+ and one of 50+. Following his time in New Orleans he pitched for Mount Prospect and Rancho Cucamonga, where he won a championship.    
   
Brett is a member of the 200+ Save club.


Hall of Famer Tao Hu
Taiwan   #74 - Tao Hu [ID #52268]     OF
Birthplace: Taichung, Taiwan           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: OF c 1b 2b ss
Games 1103, AVE .230, OBP .330, SLG .426, OPS .756, H 897, 2B 159, 3B 96, HR 138, R 664, RBI 477, SB 532
Notes:                                        
Taiwanese speedster Tao Hu put together a sensational career in New Orleans. He was a one time All-Star and one time All-League member. Hu had three seasons of 100+ runs, six seasons of 10+ triples, three seasons of 20+ homers and five seasons of 70+ steals including one season of 80+ and one of 100+. Hu finished his career with Idaho Falls and Linwood before retiring.                    
                                   
Hu belongs to the 100+ Triples, 500+ Stolen Bases clubs, and 100+ outfield assist clubs.


Hall of Famer Tony Allison
United States   #84 - Tony Allison [ID #45526]     P
Birthplace: Gastonia, Georgia           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (S)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 109, W 42, L 36, CG 3, SHO 1, ERA 3.62, BAA .230, WHIP 1.310, IP 622⅓, K 334
Notes:                        
Following a Hall of Fame start to his career in North Mudville, Tony Allison joined New Orleans and continued to flourish over four seasons. In that time he was a two time All-Star, one time All-League award winner and won a Cy Young Award. He had previously won two Cy Young Awards and a Gold Glove with North Mudville where he was twice an All-League selection.    

Tony is part of the 150+ wins and 400+ games started clubs.


Hall of Famer Diego Benitez
United States   #88 - Diego Benitez [ID #1445]     SS
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: SS 1b 3b of
Games 1524, AVE .282, OBP .359, SLG .504, OPS .863, H 1654, 2B 371, 3B 166, HR 201, R 947, RBI 888, SB 452
Notes:                                            
New Orleans Legend Diego Benitez was an eight time All-Star and one time MVP award winner. He had four 100+ run seasons and one 200+ hit season. He put together six seasons of 40+ doubles, eight seasons of 10+ triples, eight seasons of 20+ homers and four seasons of 100+ RBI's. On the bases he had five 40+ steal seasons including two 60+ and one 70+ season. Before retiring, Benitez finished his career with short stints on five other teams.                      
                                       
Benitez is a member of the 100+ triples, 1,000+ Runs and 1,000+ RBI and 500+ double-play (middle infielders) clubs.                                      
                                 
                     
                           
           


Hall of Famer Enrique Arias
United States   #91 - Enrique Arias [ID #41297]     1B
Birthplace: Wichita, Kansas           College: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (L)           Throws (L)           Positions: 1B 3b
Games 1043, AVE .271, OBP .327, SLG .506, OPS .832, H 877, 2B 194, 3B 68, HR 143, R 466, RBI 541, SB 124
Notes:                
In his tenure with New Orleans Enrique Arias was a five time All-Star who hit 194 doubles, 68 triples and 143 homers. He has four seasons of 20+ homers including one of 30+ and two season of 100+ RBI's. After leaving New Orleans he has several great seasons for Saratoga before finishing his career with short stays at Kennesaw and Duluth.

Arias is part of the 100+ Triples and 1,000+ RBI clubs.


Hall Of Fame Managers


Hall of Famer Bradley Field
United States   Bradley Field [ID #2122]     Manager
Birthplace: Raleigh, North Carolina
Hall Of Famer
Games 1187, League Wins 430, Cup Wins 77
Notes:        
Bradley Field managed seven season for New Orleans and won 430 games and one championship. He went on to manage short stints in Brandon and Milton before retiring.