Syracuse Baseball All-Millennium Team
OF-Hank Sauer (1942-43, 1946-47) Sauer was the leading vote-getter in the balloting
for Syracuse Baseball's All-Millennium Team. Sauer is also a Baseball Wall of Fame inductee and the only Syracuse player to have
his number retired. In 1947, Sauer hit an all-time record 50 home runs and was named The Sporting News' Minor League Player
of the Year. Sauer was named on over 4600 of the 28,000 ballots cast for the All-Millennium Team.
OF-Derek Bell (1990-91) Bell was voted the 1991 Minor League Player of the Year when hit .346 with 13 HR and 93 RBI for the Chiefs.
OF-Shawn Green (1994) Green won the International League batting title in 1994 when he hit .344 and was named the IL's Rookie of the Year.
1B-Fred McGriff (1984-86) McGriff hit 37 home runs and drove in 122 runs in his three seasons in Syracuse.
2B-Len Boehmer (1968, 1970-71) Boehmer was inducted into the Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame in 2001. He was a member of the 1970 Little World Series Champion Chiefs and was named an International League All-Star in 1970.
SS-Tony Fernandez (1981-84) Fernandez was a 2-time International League All-Star in 1982-83, batting .295 and stealing 67 bases during his Chiefs career.
3B-Jimmy Outlaw (1937-38) Outlaw was inducted into the Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame in 1999 after batting .307 in 1937 and .339 in 1938.
DH-Carlos Delgado (1991, 1994-94, 1998) Delgado hit 41 home runs during the 1994-95 seasons. He was the International League's All-Star designated hitter in 1995.
C-Thurman Munson (1969) Munson hit .363 in his brief stint with the Chiefs in 1969.
SP-Rob Gardner (1969-72, 1975) Gardner was a 1999 inductee into the Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame. He was named the International League Pitcher of the Year in 1970 after posting a 16-5 record with a 2.53 ERA.
SP-Johnny Gee (1937-39) Gee was inducted into the Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame in 2001. He won 41 games in his three-year stint with the Chiefs.
SP-Willie Smith (1963-63) Smith was an International League All-Star in 1963 when he went 14-2 with a 2.11 ERA.
RP-Ron Guidry (1975-76) Guidry went 11-6 with a 2.06 ERA and posted 23 saves during his Chiefs career.
RP-Tom Henke (1985) Henke was inducted into the Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame in 2000. He had one of the most dominating years ever in 1985, going 2-1 with a 0.38 ERA and 18 saves while being named the International League Most Valuable Pitcher.
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