Inductees by Name
Ascending order
Ralph Simpson, 2016 Inductee
Milan Hejduk, 2016 Inductee
Jim Toupal, 2016 Inductee
Vinny Castilla, 2016 Inductee
Jim Danley, 2016 Inductee

In April 26, 1995, in the first game ever played at Coors Field, the wet, cold marathon was approaching five hours. The New York Mets and Colorado Rockies were in the bottom of the 14th inning when outfielder Dante Bichette smacked a two-run, one-out, walk-off homer, lifting the Rockies to an 11-9 victory.

 

He was the Muhammad Ali, the Jack Nicklaus, the Pele of his sport — squash. Hashim Khan was the undisputed greatest squash player of all time. He won the British Open Squash Championships (then the de facto world championship) seven times, six straight from 1951 to 1956 and then again in 1958.

 

In March of 2004, the Denver Broncos traded away one of the NFL’s top running backs, Clinton Portis, to the Washington Redskins. In return, the Broncos received a good, young cornerback, Roland “Champ” Bailey. Many in Broncos country were bewildered by the move. Portis, an electric Pro Bowl running back, for a corner? Why? Well, it was quickly apparent.

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