JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) – The North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame will
have three new members after this weekend.
Former major league baseball players Darin Erstad and Rick
Helling and legendary high school basketball coach Ed Beyer are
being inducted into the hall in Jamestown during a banquet
Saturday, at the Jamestown Civic Center.

Erstad played outfield and first base in the majors for 14
years, for the Anaheim Angels and the White Sox and Astros. During his
career he was an all-star, a gold glove winner and a World Series
Helling pitched 13 years for five teams. He won 20 games with
the Texas Rangers in 1998, and won two World Series rings with the
Florida Marlins.
Beyer coached the Hillsboro boys’ basketball team for nearly
four decades, retiring as the winningest boys’ coach in North
Dakota history.