ATLANTA -- Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez and Minor League field coordinator Dave Trembley will both be inducted into the Florida State League Hall of Fame in November.
Some of this year's other notable inductees include pitchers Jeff Suppan and Bob Tewksbury; position players Lloyd Moseby and Lou Whitaker; and umpire Brian Gorman.
"I was honored," Gonzalez said. "There's a lot of good names on that list. It's nice to go in there with [Trembley] and Dave Huppert. It's nice to go in there with guys you coached against. It's an honor and I'm thrilled."
Gonzalez spent two years (1985 and '86) playing in the FSL for the Yankees' Class A affiliate in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He managed the Miami Miracle for two seasons (1990-91) and served as the skipper for the Marlins' Class A affiliate Brevard County in 1994 and '95. He was named the FSL's Manager of the Year in 1994.
Long before serving as the Baltimore Orioles' manager from 2007-10, Trembley experienced success as the Dayton Cubs' manager from 1995-95. He was named manager of the year after leading the Cubs to a league championship in 1995.