Sacramento Sports Hall of fame 2017 Friday January 27 2017

January 5, 2017

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The Sacramento Sports Hall of fame is here once again. It’s an exciting time. The Press conference is gonna take place Wednesday January 25 2017 at Thunder Valley Casino . the pess conference is  open to the public and free the indctees talk about the Sacramento sports hall of fame and what it means to them to be inducted and then take interview from the media and then sign autographs for fans interested free of charge .  The Sacramento sports hall of fame is a fun time and the ceremony is awesome to hear their stories of how they go successful its a fun time for sports fans and the inductess say hi to the fans after or before the ceremony. Dusty Baker is the Washington Nationals manages and was the Giants manager and took the Giants to the 2002 World series Dusty is a world series champion as a dodgers player !!  Dusty is a Sacramento sports hall of famer he still comes by every year for the ceremony .  This  Years class id great  some of the athletes that got inducted this is year Ken O’ Brien former UC Davis quarterback and New York Jests quarterback !! Dan Bunz Super bowl champion and former linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers made the hall of fame , Dan Bunz made the “stop”  a play and game saving tackle that won the super Bowl for the 49ers !  Derrek Lee will be inducted this year. Derrk Lee had an outstanding baseball career  he played for the San Diego Padres, Chicago Cubs Braves Baltimore Orioles , and was apart of the 2003 World Series champion Florida Marlins. Derrek Lee is an all star player and  gold glove winner too.  This is a great class of  the Sacramento sports hall of fame.  the ceremony will be Friday January 27 2017.  Congratulations to Patrick Underly this years special Olympics inductee Patrick has played all kinds of sports during his time in special Olympic and has many medals he won with his team  go to  for tickets and more information











Derrek  Lee playing with  the Cubs




















Dan Bunz  making the stop in the super  bowl  game winning tackle














Ken O’ Brien Former UC Davis quarterback and New York Jests quarterback


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