Baseball: Holy Cross to hold Hall of Fame Day

By Phil Anastasia

Holy Cross will create a new baseball Hall of Fame and honor its first inductees before Saturday's game against Riverside.

Holy Cross coach Steve Paolini said the Lancers have made some improvements to their field and that the tennis-court fence in rightfield will hold the Hall of Fame.

The Lancers will have a Senior Day as well as the first Hall of Fame Day before Saturday's game. Ceremonies will start at 1 p.m. with the first pitch set for 2 p.m.

According to Paolini, here are the first inductees to the Holy Cross Baseball Hall of Fame with some biographical information:
Joe Hudson (1989 graduate): Played at West Virginia and played 4 Years for the Boston Red Sox.  SJ Hall of Famer.
Keith Garagozzo (1988): Played at University of Delaware. Drafted by the Yankees and pitched for the Minnesota Twins.  Also a SJ Hall of Famer.  Current assistant coach at Holy Cross.
Ryan Luzinski (1992): Gatorade New Jersey Player of the Year.  All State Soph Junior and Senior Year.  Drafted by the Dodgers. Played Triple A with Orioles.  SJ Hall of Famer
Greg Luzinski: Holy Cross coach from 1985-92. Played professionally for the Phillies and White Sox.
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