Tim Baldic | Inducted 1997


 

Tim Baldic, class of 1990, played basketball from 1986-1990 and baseball from 1987-1990. When he was inducted in 1997 he still held various records in both sports. In basketball he had the most career blocks (94), most single season blocks (53), and most single game blocks (9). While on the diamond he also excelled as the 1987 Rookie of the Year, 1988 Most Improved Player, 1988 NAIA All-Conference, 1988 NAIA All-Tournament, 1989 Co-MVP, 1989 Captain, 1989 NAIA All-Conference, 1990 MVP, and he held the record for best four-year ERA of 1.46. After his playing days Baldic took the helm as the skipper for a few seasons.

 

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