After Alan Trammell’s induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in July 2018, the Kearny baseball team wanted to rededicate the new Kearny baseball field in his honor. Spearheaded by senior baseball player Jacob Redondo, Kearny High School arranged a student pep rally to showcase Trammell’s accomplishments and his association with the school. Trammell’s varsity baseball coach, Jack Taylor, was also to be honored. Bronze plaques designating Kearny’s recently upgraded baseball facilities as Alan Trammell Field and Jack Taylor Diamond were created with donations from the Kearny High Alumni Association, the Kearny Community Foundation, and members of the greater Kearny community. The plaques were presented to Trammell and Rick Taylor, Jack Taylor’s son, at the event. The presentation to the students also included reflections and recollections about Trammell by Jacob Redondo, KHS class of 2019; Hugh McMillan, Trammell’s JV baseball coach; and Kearny alums Todd Villalobos and Robert Graef. The plaques will be mounted on the announcer’s/scorer’s building at the new field.
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