Tony Gwynn

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Inducted in 2002, Tony Gwynn was drafted out of SDSU by the San Diego Padres and the, then, San Diego Clippers. During his 20-year career with the Padres, he batted over .300 for 19 consecutive seasons, winning eight batting titles. Won five Gold Glove awards and was a 16-time All-Star. […]

Earle Brucker

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Inducted in 1960, Earle Brucker was the catcher for the San Diego High School team that won the mythical National Championship in 1921, hailed as the city’s first national title of any kind. He hit a home run to lead the 10-0 victory over Cleveland West Tech before 13,000 fans […]

Earl Faison

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Inducted in 1997. Earl Faison was the left defensive end for the San Diego Chargers teams that won American Football League Western Division titles in 1961, 1963, 1964 and 1965, and the AFL Championship in 1963. An All-American at Indiana University and a first round draft pick of the NFL […]

Louie Kelcher

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Inducted in 2006, Louie Kelcher’s presence in the middle of the San Diego Chargers’ defensive line made him one of the team’s most dominant players and popular figures during his career from 1975-83. He was a three-time Pro Bowler who played on four straight Air Coryell playoff teams, a stretch […]

Archie Moore

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Inducted in 1965, Archie Moore, “The Old Mongoose”, was an ageless, durable master boxer who held the world light-heavyweight title for ten years (1952-1962). He was listed as 39, but may have been older, when he beat Joey Maxim for the first of three times to take the title. Moore […]

Alan Trammell

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Inducted in 1998, Alan Trammell, a baseball and basketball star at Kearny High School, played twenty years at shortstop for the Detroit Tigers. A superb all around player, he batted over .300 six times and won four Gold Gloves. He was Most Valuable Player of the 1984 World Series, hitting […]

Terrell Davis

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Inducted in 2006, Terrell Davis is one of only nine NFL players to earn both an NFL and Super Bowl MVP trophy, a distinction he shares with another Lincoln alumnus in the Breitbard Hall of Fame, Marcus Allen. Davis’ first four years as an NFL running back with the Denver […]