Majors Mourn the Loss of All-Star Wayne Fenlon

The Majors are very sad to announce the passing of Majors all-star Wayne Fenlon.

Wayne was a catcher for the Majors from 1966 to 1986 where he hit over a .300 average in 12 of his 21 seasons. Not only did Wayne win two championships, but he also played on multiple pennant-winning teams. Wayne is also one of 13 players to have his numbers retired. In 2018 the IBL awarded a Gold Bat to Fenlon for being one of the top 100 players in the 100-year history. His # 9 and legacy will live on in Majors' history forever. 

“He wasn’t only a great player, he was also one of the greatest teammates I ever played baseball with” was one thing Majors' Alumni Chairperson Barry Boughner had to say when talking about his former teammate.

Wayne leaves behind his wife Glenda, sons Neal and Nathan and daughter Joanna.