Mark Sherman recognized for his contributions

The INDIANA BASEBALL HALL OF FAME recognizes the accomplishments of Hoosiers who were professional players, managers/coaches; high school / college coaches; and those who have made contributions to our beloved game. We would like to ad, to our web site, a section that would recognize contributions of those outside our state whose love for the game of baseball has been their driving force in doing great things for young people in their area.

Our first such outstanding contributor is MARK SHERMAN of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida who has been named MVP of the year for the David Posnack Jewish Community Center because of his commitment and dedication to the Center for the past 18 years. He has served the Center in numerous capacities, and has been its executive director since 1988.
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Don Mattingly Hall of Fame Inductions

On January 19,2001 in Indianapolis, Indiana Don Mattingly was inducted into the INDIANA BASEBALL HALL OF FAME. Don was the first Hoosier player to be inducted as soon as he was eligible—being out of baseball five years. To help memorialize his accomplishments, both at the high school level at Evansville Memorial, and as a Yankee, the Hall of Fame has created a limited edition framed memorabilia item. As you can see it is the front and back of a single fold brochure, in four color, with high school and Yankee pictures in a nice frame with complimentary matting. Each piece is signed and numbered by Don himself. There will be only 250 of this pieces prepared, and thanks to Don’s generosity, all the proceeds will go to the INDIANA BASEBALL HALL OF FAME. Each 10 1/2″ x 22″  piece is $100. You can order as many as you want for that price.

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