Minneapolis Hall Of Fame


Hall Of Fame Players


Hall of Famer Allen Zhang
United States   #2 - Allen Zhang [ID #52439]     SS
Home Town: Washington, District of Columbia           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: SS c 1b of
Games 1776, AVE .278, OBP .377, SLG .373, OPS .750, H 1834, 2B 253, 3B 33, HR 102, RBI 664, SB 4
Notes: Minnesota's longest-tenured player, Zhang spent 18 years in the organization after being drafted in 2006, retiring in 2023. Zhang was known for his infectious energy and outstanding work ethic, and is the franchise leader in hits (1834) and runs (923). Zhang spent his entire professional playing career of 18 years with the Minneapolis Tigers organization. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2025.


Hall of Famer Alfredo Lira
Mexico   #3 - Alfredo Lira [ID #95125]     P
Home Town: León, Mexico           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (L)           Throws (L)           Positions: P
Games 390, W 158, L 113, S 1, CG 43, SHO 12, ERA 3.56, BAA .246, WHIP 1.214, IP 2597 , K 1186
Notes: Lira was drafted by the team in 2019 and made his major league debut in 2024. He was a mainstay in Minneapolis' rotation starting in 2026, when he won the Rookie Pitcher of the Year Award. The native of León, Mexico would go on to spend the next 11 seasons with the Tigers and regularly pitched upwards of 250 innings each season. His herculean efforts were integral in Minneapolis' ascension from Division 6 when he made his debut to Legends just ten seasons later. Lira won a Cy Young Award in 2032 and five All-Star honours. Lira holds a number of career franchise records with 2597 innings pitched, 158 wins, 43 complete games, 12 shutouts, 235 quality starts, and 85 Game MVPs. Lira retired in 2037 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2039.


Hall of Famer Jerry Jackson
United States   #4 - Jerry Jackson [ID #154173]     OF
Home Town: Houston, Texas           School: none           Drafted: 2032, Round #1 by Minneapolis Tigers
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: OF 2b
Games 1328, AVE .265, OBP .348, SLG .439, OPS .787, H 1337, 2B 330, 3B 46, HR 151, RBI 672, SB 695
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Hall of Famer Sebastián Mora
Mexico   #7 - Sebastián Mora [ID #86644]     P
Home Town: León, Mexico           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 311, W 121, L 82, S 1, CG 33, SHO 9, ERA 3.25, BAA .244, WHIP 1.187, IP 1736⅓, K 1362
Notes: A native of León, Mexico, Mora was signed in 2017 and ended up spending 15 years with the franchise, making his major league debut in 2023. Not only did he proceed to win the Rookie Pitcher of the Year award in 2024, but he also earning his first All-Star and All-League nominees, an auspicious start to one of the best careers in franchise history.        
       
Mora was a staple at the top of the team's rotation during the team's meteoric rise from Division 6 to reaching Division 2 by 2031, and his impact in the team's promotion to Legends in 2034 was visible through his work mentoring the team's current ace and starting workhorse, Alfredo Lira, who is coincidentally also from León. Mora finishing his career with the Tigers as the franchise leader in wins, second in Career ERA, second in Career WHIP, third in strikeouts, and fifth in Innings Pitched, demonstrating invaluable brilliance and longevity. He also won the Cy Young Award in 2029, one of only three pitchers in franchise history to do so, the other two being Lira and Mora's contemporary Kendrick Brewer. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2035.


Hall of Famer Ryan Hornsby
United States   #8 - Ryan Hornsby [ID #71569]     P
Home Town: Tacoma, Washington           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 408, W 81, L 59, S 89, CG 18, SHO 4, ERA 3.13, BAA .235, WHIP 1.090, IP 1151⅓, K 1012
Notes: Signed in 2012, Hornsby was instrumental in assisting the Tigers during both their success at Cape Coral and their recent success in Minneapolis as a closer turned ace turned shutdown arm, serving in all three capacities extraordinarily well. With a blazing fastball and fantastic changeup to go along with impeccable command, Hornsby left the Tigers with an all-time team best career 3.13 ERA and 1.090 WHIP. He is also sixth all-time in wins, fourth in saves, fourth in strikeouts, and averaged a phenomenal 7.91 K/9 over his stellar career with the Tigers. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2032.


Hall of Famer Jimmy Behrens
United States   #11 - Jimmy Behrens [ID #129793]     SS
Home Town: Pomona, California           School: none           Drafted: 2027, Round #2 by Minneapolis Tigers
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: SS OF c
Games 1422, AVE .269, OBP .318, SLG .467, OPS .785, H 1498, 2B 453, 3B 66, HR 174, RBI 848, SB 216
Notes: Shortstop Jimmy Behrens was a pillar of stability for the Tigers during his decade with the major league team. Drafted in the second round of 2027, Behrens made his major league debut in 2035. A 5-time All-Star and named to 3 All-League teams, he quickly amassed one of the most prolific decades in team history upon his retirement in 2044 with 1,498 hits, 174 home runs, and 848 RBI. In addition to reliable defense at shortstop, Behrens was the team's offensive engine in propelling them to a return to Legends and a cup championship. Behrens spent his entire professional playing career of 18 years with the Minneapolis Tigers organization. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2045.


Hall of Famer Leonardo Pineda
Dominican Republic   #12 - Leonardo Pineda [ID #91714]     OF
Home Town: Las Matas de Farfán, Dominican Republic           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: OF 1b
Games 1486, AVE .282, OBP .341, SLG .490, OPS .831, H 1643, 2B 481, 3B 68, HR 198, RBI 958, SB 417
Notes: Pineda was drafted in 2018 and made his major league debut in 2026. He earned his first of 7 All-Star honours just a year later in 2027 and was the driving force behind the Tigers' offence. A native of Las Matas de Farfán in the Dominican Republic, Pineda won a league MVP in 2029 and his terrific batting ability was instrumental in the team's ascension to Legends. During his career, he amassed 1643 hits (3rd), 921 runs (2nd), 198 home runs (4th), 417 stolen bases (4th), 958 RBIs (2nd), 481 doubles (1st), and 84 Game MVPs (1st). He spent his entire career in Minneapolis and retired in 2036. Pineda spent his entire professional playing career of 20 years with the Minneapolis Tigers organization. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2039.


Hall of Famer Roger Tremblay
Canada   #19 - Roger Tremblay [ID #119255]     P
Home Town: Repentigny, Quebec           School: none           Drafted: 2025, Round #2 by Minneapolis Tigers
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 521, W 8, L 30, S 368, ERA 2.75, BAA .163, WHIP 0.997, IP 483⅔, K 423
Notes: Tremblay was drafted by Minneapolis in the second round of the 2025 draft and made his major league debut in 2033. An intimidating presence on the mound, the native of Repentigny, Quebec amassed a franchise-record 368 saves across nine seasons while earning five All-Star and three All-League honours. A shutdown reliever counted upon with the game on the line, Tremblay posted an 89.3 save conversion percentage during his time with the Tigers, blowing only five or fewer saves in seven straight seasons. He finished his Tigers career with a 2.75 ERA in 521 games.


Hall of Famer Arnold Humphrey
United States   #50 - Arnold Humphrey [ID #124564]     2B
Home Town: Akron, Ohio           School: none           Drafted: 2026, Round #2 by Minneapolis Tigers
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 2B of
Games 1728, AVE .279, OBP .351, SLG .425, OPS .776, H 1927, 2B 436, 3B 88, HR 131, RBI 785, SB 294
Notes: With a franchise-record 1,927 hits, 1,018 runs, and 1,728 games, Arnold Humphrey was simply an icon in Minneapolis on and off the field. Drafted in the second round in 2026, Humphrey made his major league debut in 2032 and was a staple at second base for the next 12 years. A 4-time All-Star, 3-time gold glove winner, and the franchise leader in both hits and runs, his impact was nonetheless felt most profoundly in the Tigers' success over the last decade driving the team to 3 league championships, a return to Legends, and a cup championship. Humphrey spent his entire professional playing career of 19 years with the Minneapolis Tigers organization. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2045.


Hall of Famer Tyler White
United States   #62 - Tyler White [ID #79238]     OF
Home Town: Kalamazoo, Michigan           College: Michigan State University
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: OF 2B
Games 1235, AVE .276, OBP .323, SLG .508, OPS .832, H 1319, 2B 340, 3B 45, HR 228, RBI 851, SB 11
Notes: White was drafted by the Tigers in the sixth round of the 2015 draft out of Michigan State University. He quickly shot through the minor league ranks, getting the call to the majors in 2018. White earned a starting job in 2021, playing in left field, center field, and second base, before eventually transitioning to second base full-time. In addition to stellar defense, White showed prodigious power with 5 consecutive seasons of triple-digit RBIs and 7 seasons of at least 90 RBIs and 24 home runs en route to being the face of the franchise while it was in Cape Coral, Chesapeake, and then Minneapolis.

His best season was in 2026, when he hit .310/.343/.586 with 35 homeruns and 133 RBIs to win the MVP title. His leadership on and off the field was amazing as well, leading the Tigers to 3 consecutive division titles anchoring the infield. White leaves the franchise with 5 consecutive All-Star honours and 4 consecutive All-League honours. White left the franchise with the record for the most RBIs in a season with 133 in 2026 and both single-season (14 in 2025 and 2026) and career Game MVPs (50). He leaves the franchise 2nd in career doubles (340), homeruns (228), RBIs (851), and slugging (.508). He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2032.


Hall of Famer Loren O`Shea
United States   #75 - Loren O`Shea [ID #176339]     1B
Home Town: Le Mars, Iowa           College: Iowa State University           Drafted: 2036, Round #2 by Corvallis Ravens
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 1B ss
Games 1126, AVE .269, OBP .330, SLG .455, OPS .785, H 1188, 2B 314, 3B 16, HR 158, RBI 677, SB 5
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Hall of Famer Rodolfo Tovar
Cuba   #90 - Rodolfo Tovar [ID #149508]     3B
Home Town: Santa Clara, Cuba           School: none           Drafted: 2031, Round #2 by Minot Tigers
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 3B
Games 1483, AVE .254, OBP .332, SLG .406, OPS .738, H 1344, 2B 305, 3B 21, HR 151, RBI 720, SB 6
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Hall of Famer Douglas Willett
United States   #94 - Douglas Willett [ID #165711]     SS
Home Town: Adairsville, Georgia           School: none           Drafted: 2034, Round #2 by Holland Nicols
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (L)           Throws (R)           Positions: SS of
Games 1471, AVE .273, OBP .355, SLG .407, OPS .762, H 1304, 2B 298, 3B 32, HR 94, RBI 554, SB 307
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Hall Of Fame Managers


Hall of Famer Rueben Sanchez
Dominican Republic   Rueben Sanchez [ID #2588]     Manager
Birthplace: Cabral, Dominican Republic
Hall Of Famer
Games 4416, League Wins 1763, Playoff Wins 28, Playoff Championships 6, Cup Wins 307, Cup Championships 1
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