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Inducted June 18, 2009 Mark Fidrych, nicknamed “The Bird” due to his resemblance to a famous Sesame Street character, took the baseball world by storm in 1976.  After getting his first start in mid-May, Fidrych went on to compile a 19-9 record, with a 2.34 E.R.A....

Inducted June 10, 1999 Born in Poland, Drabowsky and his parents moved to the United States when he was three years old. Moe fell in love with baseball as a youngster and went on to a 17-year career (1956-72) in the major leagues. He originally signed...

Inducted June 23, 2011 In the annals of Little League Baseball, Deras is arguably the greatest player of all-time. The Hamtramck, MI team reached the World Series finals in 1959 having won nine of ten tournament games by shutout. In the finals Deras tossed a one-hit,...

Inducted June 10, 1976 Coveleski won 214 games and lost 141 in a 14-year career in the American League, primarily with the Cleveland Indians. Known as a perfectionist on the mound, Coveleski did not believe in striking out batters. “Why should I throw seven or eight...

Inducted June 9, 2005 The son of a Polish immigrant who died in the Civil War as a captain in the Union Army, Bielski also joined the Union Army and learned to play baseball during lulls between battles A true pioneer, in 1872 Bielaski became the...