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  • Don Garlits  Alias, Big Daddy/Swamp Rat
  • Sport Championship Drag racing
  • Achievement - Winner of 17 National Championships
    144 major open events
  • Year Inducted - 1972

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  • Nick Kotys  
  • Football Coach
  • Achievement In 20 years, lead Coral Gables High
    School to a 160-33-9 record with six state and
    four national championships
  • Year Inducted - 1984

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  • Nat Moore  
  • Football Running Back
  • Achievement Broke almost every Miami Dolphins
    team record during his 13 years in the NFL,
    including 510 receptions for 7,547 yards and 74
    touchdowns
  • Year Inducted - 1988

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  • Doug Sanders  
  • Golf
  • Achievement Won 20 PGA tournaments and finished
    13 times in the top-10 at major championships
  • Year Inducted - 1972

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  • Rick Casares  
  • Football Fullback
  • Achievement Completed a 10-year NFL career,
    including 59 touchdowns, five consecutive pro
    bowl selections and ranked 3rd all time with
    5,675 rushing yards
  • Year Inducted - 1972

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  • Ray Graves  
  • Football Coach
  • Achievement Led Florida to five bowl
    appearances and was the winningest coach in
    Florida football history until Steve Spurrier
    surpassed him in 1996
  • Year Inducted - 1972

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  • Hal Smeltzly  
  • Baseball Coach
  • Achievement Coached for 34 years at the
    collegiate and international levels and piloted
    Florida Southern College to six NCAA South
    Regional Championships and three NCAA Division II
    National Titles
  • Year Inducted 1987

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  • Wade Boggs 
  • Baseball Third Base
  • Achievement Only 20th-Century player with seven
    straight 200-hit seasons reached base safely in
    80 percent of games played began career with 10
    consecutive seasons hitting above .300 a
    five-time batting champion who also lead the
    league in on-base percentage and intentional
    walks six times each a 12-time all-star, hit
    .328 with 3,010 hits and 1,412 walks.
  • Year Inducted 2003

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  • Donnie Allison 
  • Autoracing
  • Achievement Won 10 Winston Cup races, 17 poles
    and 115 top-10 finishes as a member of the famed
    Alabama Gang
  • Year Inducted 2000

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  • Mike Martin 
  • Baseball Coach
  • Achievement Sixth all-time winningest coach in
    NCAA Division-I college baseball history, second
    all-time winning percentage and the eighth coach
    to reach 1,400 collegiate baseball wins.
  • Year Inducted 2005

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  • Earl Morrall
  • Football Quarterback
  • Achievement Played in 255 games, completing
    1,379 passes for 20,809 yards, 161 touchdowns and
    Pro Bowl appearances in 1957 and 1968
  • Year Inducted 2000

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  • Angelo Dundee
  • Boxing Coach
  • Achievement Worked with 15 world boxing
    champions, including Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray
    Leonard, Jose Napoles, George Foreman, Jimmy
    Ellis, Carmen Basilio and Luis Rodriguez
  • Year Inducted 1976

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  • Bill Peterson
  • Football Coach
  • Achievement Considered one of the unique
    characters in college sports, Peterson is
    credited with bringing the pro passing game to
    college football. He is also known as the "Coach
    of Coaches", having tutored such coaches as Joe
    Gibbs, Bill Parcells, Bobby Bowden, Don James,
    Dan Henning, Ken Meyer.
  • Year Inducted 1975

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