These are Bomber players inducted into the Amature Softball Association (ASA) men’s major fastpitch division, HALL OF FAME. These player’s created the legacy of the Clearwater Bomber’s and their status of 10 time World Champs.

JOHN HUNTER  1963     HAD A STRING OF 45 CONSECUTIVE STRIKEOUTS IN WORLD TOURNAMENT PLAY. HIS RECORD OF 275 WINS 19 LOSES WAS OUTSTANDING.

BOBBY FORBES  1966   YOUNGEST PLAYER TO PLAY FOR bOMBERS 14 WHEN STARTED.  HAD A 471 BATTING AVG. IN WORLD TOURNAMENT.  ALL AMERICAN 3 TIMES.

NOLAN WHITLOCK  1967   THEY CALLED HIM MR. SHORTSTOP, HAD 4 CONSECUTIVE ALL AMERICAN HONORS. PLAYED ON 1954, 56, 57 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS.

Nolan Whitlock

BOB SPRENTALL  1968   4 TIME ALL AMERICAN. HIS TOURNAMENT BATTING AVERAGES 304, 316, 417.

JOHN “BUSTER” ZEIGLER  1971  2 TIME ALL AMERICAN. PLAYED FLAWLESS OUTFIELD AND WAS A CONSISTENT HITTER IN WORLD TOURNAMENTS.

WELDON HANEY  1971  WORLD TOURNAMENT 3 TIME MVP, PITCHED A PERFECT GAME TO WIN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, WORLD TOURNAMENT RECORD 24W 4L  CAREER RECORD 286-W 65-L.

JERRY CURTIS 1972  4 TIME ALL AMERICAN.   MVP OF BOMBERS 7 TIMES.

RICKY TOMLINSON  1973  4 TIME ALL AMERICAN. LED BOMBERS IN HITTING 7 TIMES. CAREER BATTING AVG. 346.

BOBBY SPELL 1976   4 TIME ALL AMERICAN. NAT’L TOURNAMENT 1960 HE WAS 4-0 WITH AN ERA OF 0.60.

DOUG MASON 1978  5 TIME ALL AMERICAN. 1972 MASON BATTED 389 IN THE NAT’L TOURNAMENT. HE WAS SELECTED TO TOUR THE FAR EAST GIVING SOFTBALL CLINICS.

EDDIE MOORE  1978  SPECIAL INDUCTION FOR HIS CONTRIBUTION TO FASTPITCH SOFTBALL. FATHER OF SOFTBALL AND THE BOMBERS IN EARLY DAYS.

BILL MASSEY  1979  3 TIME ALL AMERICAN. NAT’L TOURNAMENT RECORD 16W-8L. BATTED 300 IN A NAT’L TOURNAMENT.

RON WEATHERSBY  1980  4 TIME ALL AMERICAN. CAREER BOMBER HOME RUN LEADER 148.  HIT 31 HOMERS IN ONE SEASON.

HERB DUDLEY 1986  3 TIME WORLD TOURNAMENT MVP. CAREER 100 NO-HITTERS.  CAREER STRIKEOUTS 13,000. WORLD TOURNAMENT RECORD-SINGLE GAME STRIKEOUTS 55 IN A 21 INNING GAME.

TOMMY MOORE 1978  5 TIME ALL AMERICAN. CAREER HITS 724. CAREER 595 RUNS SCORED. CAREER 275 RBI’S.

BILL PARKER  1981  IN 11 NAT’L TOURNAMENTS HE HAD 44 HITS, SCORED 26 RUNS, HAD 17 RBI’S. IN 1967 TOURNAMENT HE BATTED 409.

BOBBY KUYKENDALL  1983    7 TIME ALL AMERICAN. HELPED THE BOMBER’S WIN 4 NAT’L CHAMPIONSHIPS. PLAYED BASEBALL FOR THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES.

JOE LYNCH                MVP NAT’L TOURNAMENT. CAREER RECORD 376-W 94-L. CAREER 114 NO HITTERS.

BOBBY QUINN                            FAMOUS FOR HIS BOSTON CRAB PITCH. ON 1973 NAT’L CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM.

DAVID GRIMES                    PLAYED BASEBALL AT FSU. SELECTED TO OLYMPIC TEAM. GOOD HITTER.

RAY TRULUCK                          LED BOMBERS IN HITTING, ALWAYS HAD BATTING AVG IN HIGH 300’S AT TIMES 400. LED TEAM IN RBI;S & HR’S.