Rock River League Baseball Hall of Fame
The Baseball Hall of Fame is an exhibit of many baseball trophies and other bits of baseball
memorabilia from area teams and players in the Rock River League. The teams included are: Mayville, Theresa, Slinger, Clyman, Hustisford, Lebanon, LeRoy, Long Lake, Lomira, Brownsville, Rubicon, Randolph, Beaver Dam, and Ashippun. Also represented are the Rock River “Old Timers.” Championship banners dating back to 1935 adorn the walls. Pictures, news clippings, and trophies, some as far back as the early 1900’s, sing the praises of baseball. Yearly photos honoring Hall of Fame inductees are displayed on a large tri-panel.
Three men from the Rock River League have made the major leagues: Jim Gantner (Long Lake) played 2nd base for the Milwaukee Brewers; Jay Hook (Ashippun) was a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds; and Lyman Linde (Beaver Dam) was a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians.