The first Hall of Fame vote in the history of The Bigs will occur tomorrow. We have six players nominated for the Hall:
Paxton Coleridge: Played 6 seasons in The Bigs for 5 different teams. Topped 40 home runs in four different seasons and hit 50 home runs once. He won a Gold Glove at 1B in Season 5 with Scranton. His best season was probably Season 4, his only season in Chicago where he hit .271 with 50 homers and drove in 101. Finished his career with 254 home runs and 590 RBI.
Mike Henderson: Played 5 seasons in The Bigs, four of them for San Juan. Made 3 All-Star teams and won 2 Silver Slugger awards at SS, all in San Juan. Scored 100 runs three times and stole 40 bases three times. Finished his career with a .275 average, 513 runs scored, and 197 stolen bases.
Scot Hutton: Played 5 seasons in The Bigs, three of them for Trenton. Drove in a career high 124 runs for Colorado Springs in season 1. Accomplished a rare feat: winning a Silver Slugger (Season 1 in CSP at SS) and a Gold Glove (Season 2 in Fargo at 3B). Finished his career with a .273 average and 456 RBI.
Eli Jacquez: Played 6 seasons in The Bigs for five different franchises. His best season was season 2 for Toledo, when he hit .302 with 18 homers and 98 RBI while scoring 115 runs. Made the All-Star game during Season 2. Finished his career with 415 RBI and 526 runs scored.
Alex McClain: Played 6 seasons in The Bigs with seven different teams. Made the All-Star team in Season 5 with Louisville. His best season was season 4 with Houston, when he hit .298 with 18 homers and 95 RBI, scoring 104 runs. Finished his career with 522 runs and 399 RBI.
Haywood McDonald: Played 5 seasons in The Bigs, all with Monterrey. Drove in over 100 runs 4 times and scored over 100 twice. Made the All-Star game in season 3 and won a World Series ring in Season 2. Finished with a .287 average with 187 homers and 545 RBI and 485 runs scored.