LAST YEAR, SANDY ALOMAR JR. WAS HONORED WITH THE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. WATCH HIS FULL VIDEO BELOW.
Sandy Alomar Jr., former Cleveland Indians catcher and current first base coach, received last year's Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Cuyahoga Community College for his contributions to the Greater Cleveland community, both on and off the field.
The recipient announcement for this year's Lifetime Achievement Award is forthcoming. Please check back soon.
Lifetime Achievement Award is given to an individual who has dedicated their life to the advancement of sports in Cleveland. Recipients have ranged from former Cleveland Indian’s, Cleveland Brown’s, and Cleveland Cavalier's players to High School Football coaches.
PAST LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECIPIENTS:
2019 – Sandy Alomar Jr., former catcher, Cleveland Indians
2017 – Zydrunas Ilgauskas, former center, Cleveland Cavaliers
2016 – Mike Hargrove, former first baseman, Cleveland Indians
2015 – Jim Donovan, radio & TV personality, Cleveland Browns
2014 – Tom Hamilton, sportscaster & announcer, Cleveland Indians
2013 – Bernie Kosar, former quarterback, Cleveland Browns
2012 – Austin Carr, former guard & current broadcaster, Cleveland Cavaliers
2011 – Reggie Rucker, former wide receiver, Cleveland Browns
2010 – Dr. John A. Bergfield. M.D., Sr. Orthopedic Surgeon & physician, Cleveland Clinic
2009 – Bob Kain, former CEO, IMG
2008 – Chuck Kyle, Head Football Coach, St. Ignatius High School
2007 – Joe Tait, former broadcaster, Cleveland Cavaliers
2006 – Herb Score, former pitcher & announcer, Cleveland Indians
2005 – Richard Jacobs, former owner, Cleveland Indians
2004 – Bob Feller, former pitcher, Cleveland Indians
2003 – Mark H. McCormack, Founder, International Management Group (IMG)
2002 – Jim Brown, former running back, Cleveland Browns
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