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John “Mickey” McCallum

In nominating John McCallum for the Hall of Fame, Tommy Frangella, a 1998 Hall of Fame Umpire inductee, said that McCallum embodied three important characteristics of a great softball player; “His fielding was flawless, his hitting was tremendous and his sportsmanship was beyond reproach.” Born in 1919, John McCallum graduated from Mt. Carmel high school …

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Pete “Mungo” Monaco

Great teams consist of many factors – great players, loyal fans, dedicated sponsors, and intelligent managers / coaches who weave often diverse personalities into a unified team capable of winning championships. Pete Mungo’s efforts represent the pinnacle of success as he played and later managed St. Albert the Great’s 16″ softball team from 1960 to …

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Sol “Muzzi” Mosillami

A graduate of McKinley High School in 1944, Sol Mosillami played with some of the great pioneers of 16″ softball. He began his career in 1942 with the Witt Hanley Yankees. A shortstop and occasional second baseman who batted leadoff most of his career, Mosillami was known for being a clutch single hitter who was …

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