From professional athletes and entertainers to military personnel, entrepreneurs, and authors, the Little League® Hall of Excellence has honored incredible role models who have achieved success and continue to inspire future Little Leaguers® from all walks of life.
Established in 1988, the Little League Hall of Excellence is the highest honor that Little League can bestow and recognizes former Little Leaguers who have gone on to become role models and carry out the life lessons they once learned as children.
While many children have dreams of one day becoming a Major League Baseball player, or other professional athlete, there have been a number of other former Little Leaguers who have gone on to inspiring careers in other areas of expertise as well.
Check out the photo gallery at the top of this page to see just some of the role models who came to Williamsport over the years to earn their enshrinement into the Little League Hall of Excellence.
About the Little League Hall of Excellence
Established in 1988, enshrinement into the Little League Hall of Excellence is conducted annually for a Little League graduate (or graduates) who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in their chosen profession and exemplify the values learned as children in Little League. Enshrinement into the Little League Hall of Excellence is the highest honor that Little League can bestow.
Located in the sixth inning of the World of Little League® Museum, multiple exhibits display the tremendous accomplishments that these Hall of Excellence enshrinees have achieved as well as never before seen artifacts and displays from these iconic Little Leaguers. To learn more about the Hall of Excellence, including criteria for selection and a full list of enshrinees, visit LittleLeague.org/Alumni.
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