Blue Jays Hall of Fame
The Blue Jays Hall of Fame was founded at the 2015 Awards Night to honor distinguished former players. Members of the Blue Jays Hall of Fame have their uniform numbers retired. Current members of the Hall of Fame are in charge of selecting future inductees.
The criteria for induction into the Hall of Fame is as follows:
- No more than four former players may be inducted in one class.
- The player must have no further high school eligibility remaining.
- The player must have spent at least three seasons as a Blue Jay, unless the player in question joined in their junior year, in which case the limit is reduced to two.
- Finally, the player must have contributed to the ongoing success of the Blue Jays both on and off the field.
|Class of 2015||
#4 Colby Jones
Most wins (12) & pickoffs
Highest career caught stealing percentage (29%)
Pitched first no-hitter (vs. Oak Level, 2013)
Founded team Facebook page
#6 Kade Henderson
NCSAA All-Southeast Award (2013)
First home runs in Blue Jays history
0.45 ERA in 2014 (1.61 all-time)
.405 BA, 66 RBI, 15 HBP (record), 34 SB, .905 FP
#12 Thomas Little
200 consecutive errorless innings (team record)
Two NCSAA All-Southeast Awards (2012 and 2014)
Career RBI leader (70)
.401 BA, .417 BA/RISP, 2.53 ERA, 36 SB, .940 FP
#17 Hunter Sawyers
Most stolen bases (50)
.427 BA, 3.00 ERA, 8 W, 1 S, .908 FP
Second most HBP (14)
Top defensive outfielder for three years (2013-15)