Carson Clarke

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Clarke played for nearly every major fastpitch team in Bremerton and was a two time all-state selection. He also played semi-pro baseball in Seattle.

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Mildred (Cooper) Barhan

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Barhan played tennis for Bremerton High School and softball for Burnett’s Jewlers at the same time. She continued with the team as they became the Bremerton Greenjackets and was a three time all-state selection and a four time all-regional selection. She played in four national tournaments.

Andy Anderson

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After a stellar prep career at Silverdale High School, Anderson signed with the St. Louis Browns in 1940. He played for a couple minor league teams before he joined the Army and was sent to fight in the European Theater during World War II. He was captured during the Battle of the Bulge and held prisoner until 1945. Anderson recovered to play for AAA San Antonio and then with the Browns, but the severe frostbite he got in his toes during his time as a POW ended his career after two years and just 122 games with the Browns. He died in 1982 at 59 years old.

Burt Middendorf

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Middendorf, a graduate of Ballard High School, was a standout pitcher for many years. He pitched for the Bremerton Cruisers, hitting a walkoff home run in his first game for them and in another game he hurled a no hitter while striking out 20. Middendorf also pitched for the AAA Los Angeles Angels and the Yakima Indians among other semipro teams. He died of a heart attack in 2004 at 93 years old.

Vaughn Stoffel

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Stoffel was a four sport standout at Bremerton High School and a multiple time letterman at the College of Puget Sound. He turned down a tryout with the Chicago Cubs to work at the shipyard and he played semi-pro ball, including a few years with the Bremerton Cruisers. Stoffel was also a umpire and a referee.