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Member: Bryan Beauchemin
Team: Chesapeake Pirates
Year Inducted: 2011

Member Bio:

Bryan started playing baseball at the age of five for the Gambrills Odenton Recreation Council (GORC) in Gambrills, MD. He played for GORC until he moved with his family to Alice Springs, Australia. While there, Bryan was fortunate to be handpicked for personal instruction by Charlie Lau, then the hitting coach of the Kansas City Royals. He was also a member of the Northern Territory All-Star team, travelling around Australia playing baseball.

Upon returning to the states, Bryan resumed playing for GORC until he entered Arundel Senior High School. There he played under the tutelage of nationally renowned coach Bernie Walter and was a multiple all-county and all-metro selection. His teams also garnered two Anne Arundel County championships.

During the summer of 1984, Bryan played for Sherriff Fowble at Harbor Federal in the Baltimore Metro League where his team won the NABF Junior division national championship. The two summers after that he played for the Mayo American Legion Post 226. Those teams won back-to-back district championships and were Maryland state runners up in 1986.

Bryan played college baseball for coach Jack Jackson at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he enjoyed success as a pitcher.

Bryan started his MSBL career with the Chesapeake Pirates in 1997 and continues to contribute to his teams winning seasons. Over the years, he has been selected numerous times for the Chesapeake MSBL 25+ All-Star team and has participated in the MSBL 25+ Fall Classic in Florida.

Off the field, Bryan has coached numerous youth baseball, football and basketball teams for GORC and Severna Park Green Hornets. His children now grown, Bryan enjoys mentoring his younger Pirate teammates.

Bryan is the eleventh member inducted into the Chesapeake MSBL Hall of Fame. His induction took place on February 19, 2011. His number, 27, has been retired from All Star Game play.




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Inducted in 2007: Gary Gladden, Alex Brunet
Inducted in 2008: John Goode, Frank "Jocko" Svoboda
Inducted in 2009: Tad Trias, Bob Engelmeyer, Gary Gubbings
Inducted in 2010: Lee Nelson, Brian Sands, Duane Cordrey
Inducted in 2011: Bryan Beauchemin, Jeff Wolf
Inducted in 2012: Dan Fielder, Steve Hoffmann
Inducted in 2013: Frank Carter
Inducted in 2014: Gerry Shay, Tom Finch
Inducted in 2015: Mike Gordon, Ed Nottingham
Inducted in 2016: None Elected
Inducted in 2017: Ian Hendricks, Larry Hackley