George was one of three original founders of the Solano Mudcats. His playing career started in the innagural season of 1990 and lasted until 2000. During this time he amassed 150 wins for Solano. Also a member of the Armijo High School Hall of Fame where he holds the record for most wins in a season. George played for Solano College and the Reno Chukars before heading to the Goodwill Games in Nicaragua with many future majot leaguers. Georger had a lifetime 8:1 strikeout to walk ratio for Solano and could have been a two way player had he not been the Mudcats ace for numerous years. Following his time with the Mudcats he has coached high school baseball in Idaho and supported his son George Jr's basseball aspirations at Treasure Valley Community College in Oregon.
Shawn is one of the founders and has been the heartbeat of the Solano Mudcats since their inception, amassing over 650 wins as manager. He has dedicated his life to this team, since its early days as a semi-pro team through its transition to its current collegiate form he has always been there. He has more enthusiasm and love for the game of baseball than anyone has ever seen. His countless hours spent on the field, rounding up guys for Reno, collecting cash to pay umpires, long winded speeches, Sci-isms (dog and cats living together, climbing walls together) the list goes on but his love for the game and this team has always been there. This team would not exist today without the hard work and passion of Shawn Scibek.
Kim's lifetime home run mark of 255 will probably never be beaten. 28 home runs, 78 RBI and a .429 average in 1997 is one of the best offensive outputs of any Mudcat player in history. Kim also stole over 200 bases and was lacking defensively as he often made spectacular catches and plays. Kim played baseball at Armijo High School and Solano College. He was drafted by the Kansas City Royals twice during his career. Kim has remained very involved in youth sports in Solano County as was the youth liaison for the Solano Mudcats for two seasons.
Mike holds the record for most strikeouts in a game, 20 versus Ukiah (Mendocino College Summer Team). He also struck out 18 batters in a game 3 separate times during that same season. It was one of the finest seasons ever for a Mudcat pitcher tallying 180 strikeouts in 90 innings, leading to Mike signing a professional contract with the Solano Steelheads where he played from 2000-2002. Mike was also a lifetime .350 hitter for the Mudcats and played 3 season in the Frontier League. Mike played his prep ball at Hogan High School and collegiately at Solano College and Portland State. amateur.
Da'Rontaye had one of the best individual games ever for the Mudcats. In a playoff game versus the rival Novato Knicks he went 4 for 5 with 3 home runs and 7 RBI. Da'Rontaye was a 5 tool player for the Mudcats had an absolute cannon for an arm, stole bases regularly and made playing outfield look easy. Some of Da'Rontaye's best games were played against the Humboldt Crabs where he wowed the crowd and was always a visiting team fan favorite. Da'Rontaye prepped at Hogan High School and Oakmont High School. He played collegiately at Sierra College where he was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 1995. Da'Rontaye played 3 seasons in the White Sox organization and 2 seasons with the Solano Steelheads.
Khali's tenure with the Mudcats ranks him 4th all time for season played. The switch hitting outfielder had a lifetime .301 batting average and stole 278 bases which places him top three in Mudcats history. Khali patrolled right field and was always a fan favorite at home and on the road. He played for Armijo High School and collegiately for Solano College, Patton College and San Francisco State University. In 2000 Khali signed a professional contract with the Dubois County Dragons.
Alec was a mainstay in centerfield for the Mudcats during his tenure but in a pinch was called on to fill in at shortstop. Alec batted leadoff for most of his career and had a plus arm and plus speed. Alec still holds the single season stolen base record, swiping 50 bags in 51 attempts in 2003. Alec held the single season batting average record of .442 for many years and finished his days with the Mudcats a career .350 hitter. Alec was a great teammate who was always willing to lend a hand and loved by teammates and competitors alike.
As the first collegiate inductee Mark's offensive capabilities were always on display. Mark either led or finished second in home runs and RBI each season he played and still currently holds the number two spot in single season home runs, career home runs and single season RBI. His energy and desire to win was always evident. Mark would consistently motivate his teammates through his speeches and play. His love for the game and ability to represent the Solano Mudcats Baseball Club led him to be voted Mr. Mudcat in 2013 and 2014. Mark prepped at Will C Wood High School and was part of the first team to win the Monticello Empire League title in 20 years. Following high school Mark played collegiately at Solano College and Eastern New Mexico University.