2019 Hall of Honor Inductees

Fred Roufs (2019) – Fred moved to Marshall in 1976 and immediately became involved with amateur baseball by joining the Marshall Baseball Association which oversaw the city’s two amateur teams, the A’s and Giants. Improvements made to American Legion Field during his tenure included a new grandstand, dugout reconstruction, a scoreboard that supported digital graphics, …

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2018 Hall of Honor Inductees

Jim Culhane (2018) – Baseball has always been a big part of Culhane’s life, first as a player and later as a coach. He spent many years playing for the various Marshall teams, including joining the A’s in the summer of 1965. After 10 years as Head Baseball Coach at Tracy High School, Culhane returned …

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2017 Hall of Honor Inductees

Steve Verkinderen (2017) – If a baseball game was being played in Marshall over the past 40 years, chances are Steve was somehow involved. Starting as a player in the early 1980’s, his Marshall baseball career included stops with Marshall High School, Legion, VFW, Marshall Giants and finally Marshall A’s. He was a key member …

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2016 Hall of Honor Inductees

Lionel Bolden (2016) – Bolden was a long-time player for the Marshall A�s in the 1970s and 80s leading the squad to several state tournament appearances. Following his career he was an active volunteer of Marshall baseball serving in various roles. He arrived in Marshall in the early 1970s and played both football and baseball …

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2015 Hall of Honor Inductees

James “Jimmy” Verdeck (2015) – Community volunteer who maintained American Legion Field in its earliest days, helping to make the park one of the finest in the state. Whether shagging balls for the baseball teams, working the concession stand, or laying sod to cover the old track that ran through Legion Field’s outfield, Jimmy was …

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