2003 Hall of Fame Inductees BASEBALL
Maury Galbraith
 

one of the best of many outstanding southpaw pitchers who grew-up in Tacoma, Galbraith had great success right out of high school and college with the City League champion Woodworth Contractors. In the 1957 and '58 seasons he compiled a 22-6 record against the Northwest's strongest opposition (national champions Stanley's Shoemen and Cheney Studs) with a 2.31 earned run average and 213 strikeouts. He pitched Woodworth to city, state and regional titles in '57 and went the distance in the national championship game, losing a heartbreaking 1-0 decision to Cincinnati, Ohio, in the tournament finale. Galbraith also starred on the mound for Bellarmine Prep where he was an All-City performer and at Seattle University when the Chieftains had one of the better college programs in the Northwest.