Corvallis Hall Of Fame


Hall Of Fame Players


Hall of Famer Marcos Valenzuela
Cuba   #1 - Marcos Valenzuela [ID #23841]     P
Home Town: Holguín, Cuba           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (S)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 361, W 114, L 85, S 6, CG 33, SHO 12, ERA 3.70, BAA .238, WHIP 1.349, IP 1872 , K 1286
Notes: Two Cy Young, five All-Star appearances


Hall of Famer Angelo Cervantes
Cuba   #2 - Angelo Cervantes [ID #23845]     P
Home Town: Havana, Cuba           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 474, W 182, L 169, CG 101, SHO 14, ERA 3.81, BAA .261, WHIP 1.269, IP 3055⅔, K 2287
Notes: FIP 3.85, one-time All-Star


Hall of Famer Hector Silva
United States   #3 - Hector Silva [ID #33195]     3B
Home Town: Virginia Beach, Virginia           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 3B c 1b of
Games 2085, AVE .253, OBP .314, SLG .443, OPS .757, H 2024, 2B 457, 3B 185, HR 230, RBI 1193, SB 913
Notes: Seven-time All-Star player in LL VI.


Hall of Famer Diego Ortega
Puerto Rico   #4 - Diego Ortega [ID #23825]     2B
Home Town: Juana Díaz, Puerto Rico           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 2B 1b of
Games 1738, AVE .287, OBP .365, SLG .477, OPS .842, H 1912, 2B 312, 3B 153, HR 217, RBI 1000, SB 67
Notes: VLHP: .315, VRHP: .273


Hall of Famer Rick Barrow
United States   #6 - Rick Barrow [ID #154405]     3B
Home Town: Ashland, Wisconsin           College: University of Wisconsin           Drafted: 2032, Round #1 by Corvallis Ravens
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (S)           Throws (R)           Positions: 3B
Games 1586, AVE .292, OBP .373, SLG .431, OPS .805, H 1817, 2B 438, 3B 24, HR 128, RBI 708, SB 52
Notes: Six All Star appearances, three-time All League third baseman


Hall of Famer Kōichi Ueno
Japan   #9 - Kōichi Ueno [ID #175641]     C
Home Town: Toyohashi, Japan           School: none           Drafted: 2036, Round #1 by Corvallis Ravens
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: C ss
Games 1321, AVE .261, OBP .351, SLG .416, OPS .767, H 1075, 2B 281, 3B 33, HR 96, RBI 543, SB 48
Notes: The Ravens' second career one-team player. While his stats don't leap off the page at you, he's inducted none the less for his outstanding on-base skills as a catcher, a career 31.8% CS% (which is above-average), his strong fielding behind the plate, and a career .298 RISP, earning the "Mr. Clutch" award. This award is given to career players who always had a knack for pushing men across home plate in critical moments.


Hall of Famer Marco Pardo
Nicaragua   #13 - Marco Pardo [ID #95321]     3B
Home Town: León, Nicaragua           School: none
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: 3B
Games 1410, AVE .275, OBP .328, SLG .420, OPS .749, H 1373, 2B 319, 3B 53, HR 100, RBI 581, SB 121
Notes: Three-time All Star, four Gold Gloves, going on five if not for the crappy offensive 2033.


Hall of Famer Stuart Dunbar
United States   #20 - Stuart Dunbar [ID #135201]     P
Home Town: Los Angeles, California           College: California Polytechnic State University           Drafted: 2028, Round #3 by Corvallis Ravens
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 370, W 156, L 117, CG 94, SHO 19, ERA 3.81, BAA .234, WHIP 1.106, IP 2381⅔, K 2048
Notes: Under new management, Dunbar was the third-ever draft pick of the team and represents the first career Raven (never playing for another team). He turned into one of the most reliably pitchers the team had for 12 seasons. It will likely be a long time before someone else comes along and puts up similar career numbers for the Ravens. Three All-Star appearances and one All-League Pitcher award.


Hall of Famer Jared Romano
United States   #48 - Jared Romano [ID #170432]     P
Home Town: Columbia, South Carolina           School: none           Drafted: 2035, Round #1 by Fort Wayne Bears
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (R)           Throws (R)           Positions: P
Games 379, W 17, L 32, S 247, ERA 3.70, BAA .256, WHIP 1.314, IP 567 , K 420
Notes: Damn shame he got too pricy; would have loved to get him to 300 saves. That said, remains my all-time saves leader.


Hall of Famer Julio Dimas
United States   #58 - Julio Dimas [ID #109563]     2B
Home Town: Taunton, Massachusetts           College: Vanderbilt University
Hall Of Famer                     Bats (S)           Throws (R)           Positions: 2B ss
Games 1645, AVE .310, OBP .388, SLG .465, OPS .853, H 2004, 2B 497, 3B 59, HR 130, RBI 885, SB 64
Notes: Would have been a bit better at 3B, but when I took over the team, it was a bit too late. 2033 was a down year, but bounced back huge in 2034. Probably one of the best hitters the team has ever had. Six-time All Star, two Golden Gloves, All League four times, and MVP three times.


Hall Of Fame Managers


Hall of Famer Harry Youngblood
United States   Harry Youngblood [ID #2897]     Manager
Birthplace: North Bend, Oregon
Hall Of Famer
Games 4177, League Wins 1610, Playoff Wins 16, Playoff Championships 3, Cup Wins 296
Notes: Though the last two seasons were awful and tarnish his career, Youngblood was indeed one of the greats.