This week, the 2019 Class for the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame was announced and there are some very notable names for the 2019 class.
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Here is some information of the notable names for the 2019 Class
Troy Vincent: Played 8 seasons with the Eagles from 1996-2003, started and played in 118 games, 28 interceptions, 4.5 sacks with 516 tackles
Suzy Kolber: Broadcaster for ESPN covering the NFL & fixture for Monday Night Countdown for Monday Night Football.
Rasheed Wallace: won an NBA championship with the Pistons in 2004
Paul Owens: GM of the Phillies that won the 1980 World Series.
Mike Scioscia: Managed the Angeles to the 2002 World Series
Donovan McNabb: Drafted by the Eagles in 1999, had his number retired and in the Eagles Hall of Fame in 2013. Made 5 NFC Championships, 1 Super Bowl Apperance.
Eric Desjardins: Played 11 years with the Flyers from 1994-2006, 738 games with 96 goals, 303 assists for 396 points.
Fran Dunphy: 2019 Philadelphia Big 5 Hall of fame member, 2019 Wanamaker Award winner, coached at Temple & Penn, Played at LaSalle, 270 coaching wins at Temple & 310 Coaching wins at Penn.
Jayson Stark: Baseball reporter with ESPN, The Athletic, Philadelphia Inquoier
Reaction from Hall of Fame Members:
A big thank you to the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame for honoring me as part of the incredible 2019 class. And to hear this news in Cooperstown is especially amazing. I’m not used to celebrating multiple Halls of Fame in the same week! pic.twitter.com/7IkJHBidSF
— Jayson Stark (@jaysonst) July 17, 2019
Such an honor to be voted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame. I’m truly overwhelmed. I look forward to coming back and seeing the fans who supported me on and off the field during the exciting decade I spent there. #flyeaglesfly #anythingispossible. 🦅 pic.twitter.com/tWUqEIWbDL
— Donovan McNabb (@donovanjmcnabb) July 16, 2019
This fall, former @TUMBBHoops Head Coach Fran Dunphy joins the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame as the all-time winningest coach in Big 5 history. https://t.co/y9nqwevd70
— Temple University (@TempleUniv) July 18, 2019
ICYMI it was announced yesterday that the coach who led our program to more wins than any other coach…Fran Dunphy…will be inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame on November 7. Congrats, Dunph! #Whānau
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— Penn Men's Basketball (@PennMBB) July 17, 2019
The Ceremony will be on November 7 at the SugarHouse Event Center in Philadelphia
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