1993

Al Attles
Al Attles
With the Warriors for 33 seasons, Al Attles played for 11 years and served as head coach for 14 years and general manager for 3 years. Since 1986, he has been the vice president and a consultant to the team. Nicknamed "The Destroyer," he played in 774 NBA games as guard. As a coach, he was one of only twelve in the NBA to coach more than 1,000 games. He coached the Warriors to the NBA championship 1975, beating the Washington Bullets in four straight games.
Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1993.
Plaque location: Oakland Coliseum
Dolph Camilli
Dolph Camilli
Born in San Francisco, Dolph Camilli was a left-handed first baseman with the Cubs, Phillies, Dodgers and Red Sox. His career spanned 12 major league seasons: 1933-45. He had more than 20 home runs in 8 consecutive seasons and 5 times drove in more than 100 runs. Called the "Foundation of Dodger Dynasty," in 1941(with Dodgers), he was the NL’s MVP, with 34 HRs and 120 RBI. His lifetime BA was .277. He is in the Dodger Hall of Fame.
Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1993.
Plaque location: Sacred Heart Cathedral Prepatory
Rollie Fingers
Rollie Fingers
Rollie Fingers joined the Oakland A’s in 1968 and was World Series MVP in 1974 and the AL’s MVP in 1981. He received the Cy Young Award in 1981 and had 341 saves in the regular season and six in three World Series with the Oakland A’s (1972, 1973, 1974). Fingers was voted relief pitcher of the decade for the '70s. He played 17 years in the majors and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992.
Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1993.
Plaque location: Oakland Coliseum
Reggie Jackson
Reggie Jackson
Reggie Jackson joined the Kansas City A’s in 1967 and moved with A’s to Oakland in 1968. He played 21 years and had 581 HRs, with the A’s, Orioles, Yankees and Angels. He was the AL’s MVP in 1973 and World Series MVP in both 1973 and 1977. The all-time slugging leader (.755) in 4 World Series, he was nicknamed "Mr. October" for clutch-hitting in World Series and league championships.
Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1993.
Plaque location: Oakland Coliseum
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