Year Inducted – 2004
A tough left-handed pitcher and great-hitting first baseman with the champion Akron Yankees youth teams, then a four-year letterman for Garfield High where he was All-City twice, Glenn helped the Presidents to one city title and as a sophomore led Garfield to a State Runner-Up trophy in 1950. Glenn had a 22-1 record at Garfield and in 1952 City playoffs pitched a doubleheader, winning the first but lost the second for his only loss. In AA action Glenn pitched and played for champion Smith Sheriffs, Redl’s Golf Shop, Krispy Kreme and champion Borden Autos. He also pitched for Canada Saskatchewan in 1953 and the Army (Korea) in 1954.