Sullivan starred for Silverdale High School, then signed with the Detroit Tigers. He pitched for them, the Boston Bees and the Pittsburgh Pirates over a five-year career, going 30-37 with a 4.01 ERA and 216 strikeouts in 588 innings. He died in Sequim in 1985 at 74 years old.
Levin played baseball at Silverdale High School and with the Bremerton Juniors. He turned to fastpitch after 20 years, and won a state title in 1938.
Larraway was a gifted athlete. He was a standout in baseball in high school, then played semi-pro ball with the Bremerton Cruisers for many years.
Known as "Mister Softball," Pendergast worked as the director of the Bremerton Parks Department for 33 years. He died in a plane crash in 1986. The Pendergast Regional Park is named for him in his honor.
Lundberg won the first ever state title in baseball for South Kitsap High School in 1923, which was just two years old at the time. He went on to play for Washington State College for three years before finding much success in softball.
Sinkumas was an umpire in the 30s and 40s. He umpired baseball and softball games, including several tournaments such as the All-Navy 13th District Championship and the fastpitch Western Regional.
Gowdy was regarded as the first very important spectator. He also kept the history of baseball and softball in Bremerton.