Harold Leonard

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Leonard was a power hitter and played for several town teams and in the Timber League. He played for the Bremerton Cruisers for two years and ended his career with the Bremerton Eagles fastpitch team.

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Bill Morrow

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Morrow started his playing career in the PSNS League in the 1930s, but moved over to managing several fastpitch teams, taking one to a state title in 1954 and third place in state the next year. He died in 1959.

Don (Lefty) Orwiler

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Orwiler was already pitching for a semipro team before he graduated from Central Kitsap in 1948. He impressed scouts at a tryout camp in Utah, but he got his draft notice from the Army the same day he got a contract from the St. Louis Browns. Orwiler pitched while he was in the military and played for teams from Kansas and Montana to teams in Columbia, Venezuela, Mexico and Canada. He retired in 1958, turning down a player/pitching coach contract from the Washington Senators to get married and coach Pee Wee baseball.

Don Krick

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Krick, a graduate of West High, was a big time sponsor and supporter of local sports. Thanks to his success in his business efforts, he sponsored two fastpitch teams, was president of the North Perry Pee Wees and the Bremerton Girls Softball Association and also started a fastpitch clinic and was key in organizing AAU basketball for girls. Krick died in 1993.

Dick Stuart

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Stuart was a two time American Legion state champion, a state fastpitch champion and was named to the all-tournament team and several traveling all-star teams. He also started two different funding drives to help get lights at the old Erlands Point Pee Wee field, then the funds to build Chico Field. Stuart also coached Pee Wee football.