Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame: Paul Molitor

© Photographed August 14, 2016
Erected 1999 by Milwaukee Brewers and GTE
Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
43.042288, -87.916127
43° 2.55′ N, 87° 54.967′ W
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PAUL MOLITOR
One of baseball's all-time greatest hitters, Paul Molitor played for the Milwaukee Brewers from 1977-1992. He holds the Brewers all-time record for highest batting average (.303) and most stolen bases (412). His 39-game hitting streak in 1987 captivated fans and vaulted him into the national spotlight. He is the only player to reach 500 doubles, 200 home runs and 500 stolen bases and the only player to reach 3,000 hits, 200 home runs and 500 stolen bases. While in the American League, Molitor redefined the DH position to be one of average and speed rather than just power hitting.
Inducted - 1999

The marker is located at the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, and is accessible from southbound North 4th Street, between West State Street (to the north) and West Kilbourn Avenue (to the south), at or near 400 West Kilbourn Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203.

Inductees honored at this site are members of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame (established 1951). The Wisconsin Athletic Walk of Fame is a joint property of Wisconsin Sports Development Corporation and Wisconsin Center District.

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Click here for an Alphabetical List of Inductees to the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.

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 The marker is located at the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.


The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is located at the
UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. 

The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is located on the east side
of the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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