Charles A. “Chip” Marchlewicz-Marshall

Class of

Inducted

Playing under the name of Chip Marshall, he was a catcher in baseball’s minor leagues for 13 seasons, the majority of which were in the St. Louis Cardinal system. He excelled on defense as a
catcher and played on pennant-winning teams in Houston, Sacramento and Rochester. After his pro-career, he played 8 years in the Semi-Pro league and coached Legion, CYO and Babe Ruth teams for 18
seasons.

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