Greater Evansville Semi-Pro Baseball

Hall of Fame Inductee

Tim Turpin

Category:  Player
Year Inducted:  2007
Team:  Outlaws

Tim is an Oakland City University, Wabash Valley College and Harrison High School Graduate. Tim is the Founder of both the National Semi-Pro Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and the Greater Evansville Ball Halls of Fame. Tim has spent 30 years in Evansville teaching Hitting Lessons through his Diamond Yards Baseball and Softball Academy. He is the founder of Diamond Yards Inc which is a National Brick and Black Granite Engraving Company that specializes in fundraisers. For 18 years Tim’s Evansville Outlaws Semi-Pro Baseball Club was a National Powerhouse winning 9 National World Series Titles and over 700 games. During that time span 68 Outlaws players signed professional contracts with 7 Outlaws making it to Major League Baseball. Tim was a Player / Coach and was a National Batting Champion at the 2004 National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) World Series. Today he is coaching his son Taylor’s Little League All Star Team in Princeton, Indiana.