There were 11 Inductees into the Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame, Monday, September 17, 2007.
Hal “Skinny” Brown – The “Yankee Killer,” Brown played 14 years in the major leagues, making his mark during a six-year run with the Baltimore Orioles in which Brown won 56 games and developed a reputation from beating the perennial champion Yankees. The Greensboro native was later traded to the Yankees, ending his career in 1964 with the Houston Colt 45s. Brown began his career with the Chicago White Sox and the Boston Red Sox before going to the Orioles in 1955.
Here is Hal “Skinny” Brown, introduced by WGHP’s Rich Brenner.