EVANSVILLE, IN. – The Greater Evansville Ball Hall of Fames is proud to bring together 32 local Travel and Little League baseball teams for one exciting night in the same ballpark. The GEBHOF Hall of Fame Game will take place on June 6 from 4 to 10 pm at Deaconess Sports Park on North Green River Road.

“It’s a night to celebrate the next generation of local baseball,” says Tim Turpin, founder of the Greater Evansville Ball Hall of Fames. “Not only will it be an exciting, action-packed night of baseball, but it will be a great opportunity to expose the public to the mission of the Hall of Fames to honor local sports figures that have made an impact in the community.”

The public is invited to attend the GEBHOF Hall of Fame Game and enjoy an evening packed with sports action and live entertainment. Games will include local and regional baseball players ages 9 through 12. Entertainment during the event will include the Boom Squad, live music, Legacy Elite Cheer & Tumble,  and a chance to meet local Semi-Pro football players from the Evansville Rangers football team.

Tickets are $5 each, and all proceeds benefit the Greater Evansville Ball Hall of Fames. Organizations wanting to make the event a fundraiser can sell tickets to the event and will receive one-half of their ticket sales back. For more information on how to make this a fundraiser or how to volunteer or be a corporate sponsor, email [email protected] or call (812) 760-1811.

More details and a schedule of the games are available at:

The Greater Evansville Ball Hall of Fames promotes the region’s athletes and their successes. Their mission is to honor local sports heroes who have made an impact in our community including players, coaches and ambassadors of the games of baseball, football, basketball, and golf geographically covering the following counties:

  • Indiana: Davis, DuBois, Gibson, Knox, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, Warrick
  • Illinois: Gallatin, Edwards, Wabash, White, Saline, Richland, Wayne
  • Kentucky:  Davies, Hancock, Henderson, Ohio, Union, Webster.

For more information, please contact the GEBHOF at (812) 760-1811.