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College Baseball HoF honors Cal State Fullerton alum Tim Wallach

The College Baseball Hall of Fame honored Cal State Fullerton alumnus Tim Wallach with a ceremony at Dodger Stadium over the weekend.

After prepping at University High School (Irvine, Calif.) and playing junior college ball for two years at Saddleback College (Mission Viejo, Calif.), Wallach transferred to Fullerton where he had a pair of monstrous seasons that eventually led him to being selected in the tenth overall pick of the 1979 Major League Draft by the Montreal Expos.

At Cal State Fullerton Wallach posted a career .392 batting average (2nd all-time at CSF), 39 home runs (7th all-time at CSF) and 182 RBI (6th all-time) in just two seasons (1978-1979) including winning the 1979 Golden Spikes Award under legendary Head Coach Augie Garrido.

You can check out a full video from Cal State Fullerton media relations on the event with interviews from former teammates and current Titan Chad Wallach below.

Tim Wallach First Pitch Ceremony from FullertonTitansTV on Vimeo.

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