c o n t e n t s








Team Stats


Lohaus Field






Slide Show


Ohio Valley League




Final 2011 Season Standings

Team W L % GB


24 18 .571 -


23 19 .548 1


19 22 .463 4.5


17 24 .415 6.5




2011 Season News

A Slide Show for 2011 by Mrs. Dailey (August 2, 2011)  Great slide show of the 2011 Railroader season provided my Mrs. Dailey, Click Here to enjoy!

Railroaders win Post Season Playoffs in Owensboro

2011 Playoff Champion Fulton Railroaders

Farewell the 2011 Railroader Baseball (August 1, 2011)  Another good year of baseball comes to an end as the 2011 Railroaders depart for heights unknown.  There was plenty of action on the field to satisfy all those enjoying the sound of wooden bats and base running.  The Railroaders team and management thank all the families, friends and fans for their support.  Attendance for Home games averaged 202 per game, and Fans were treated to great baseball in a tight Ohio Valley League pennant race.  The Railroaders would like to hear your thoughts and comments on the season.  Click Here to express your remarks on the 2011 season.

Two Railroaders Best of Best in 2011 OVL.  (July 26, 2011)  With the 2011 regular season complete, the OVL has selected top players in 10 areas based on their season performances recorded in the stats.  Fulton is proud to have 2 Railroaders make the list.  Mikee Moore gets top honor in the league with 30 Stolen Bases adding to the team's record of 102 total.  Moore also lead the league with Most Hits at 52 along with Oiler Ryan Stephens.  In the pitching department, Skyler Cobb shares Best W/L Percentage at 100% with Oilers' Ben Wright, both 3-0 on the season. Congrats to these players and all the Railroaders for brining exciting baseball to Fulton.

Oilers are 2011 regular season champs.  (July 25, 2011)  The Owensboro Oilers beat the Marion Bobcats 8-6 in 13 innings to complete the suspended July 10 game.  With the win, the Oilers 24-18 record gives Owensboro the first ever OVL regular season crown.  Post Season Playoffs begin tomorrow, Tuesday, with the Railroaders traveling to Marion to face off with Bobcats in the first game of the best of 3 series in round one.

Strong finish in regular season play.  (July 24, 2011).  The Railroaders are now complete with their scheduled 42 regular season games, however, it is still possible they may need to play one more to decided the top seed in the standings.  


A slow start in June as the Railroaders went 8-11 on the month, beginning with two night opening losses at home against the Bobcats.  Fulton remained at the bottom of the standings all the way through mid-season before the turnaround began to take shape. Slowly but surely, the Railroaders climbed up in position completing their schedule in July with a 15-8 record ending above .500 both on the road and at home. Befittingly the Railroaders cap off the season winning at home with the Bobcats.

The Railroaders join in to Paint the Town.  (July 13, 2011)The Railroaders not only bring excitement to Fulton, the 2011 players are helping beautify the community by joining in Paint the Town project.  In their off time, the players will be painting the Pool House and their Bunk House to improve the area around the play.  As the season heads into its final weeks, the Railroaders are surging in the standings and also hope to bring Fulton another title in 2011.

Railroaders finish out Roster.  (July 14, 2011)With the deadline of July 15 to add players, the Railroaders have signed a utility player to finish out the regular season and playoffs.  He is Colton Speed from Union City.  He recently signed with Murray State to complete his last two years of college.  Colton prepped at Union City High School and played the last two years at a junior College in Florida. He will be an immediate asset to the Railroaders due to being able to play both infield and outfield.  We have several players who have nagging injuries and are playing thru them.  Colton will allow the coaches to use him to rest those injured and be prepared for the stretch run at the regular season title and post season playoffs. Colton Speed will be in uniform and ready if needed tonight.  Be sure and give him our best Railroaders welcome tonight at "The Yard"!!

Suspended game Oilers @ Bobcats from July 10th.  (July 13, 2011)The game played in Marion on Sunday, July 10 between the Owensboro Oilers and Marion Bobcats has been placed in a suspended status.  The ruling from OVL officials has the suspended game tied 6-6, to be picked up in the bottom of the 11th inning with the first batter.  The game is scheduled to resume on July 21 prior to a game already scheduled in Marion.  On that date the game will resume with the same lineup of players that were playing prior to the suspended game ruling, bottom of the 11th inning.  An adjustment in standings and stats have been removed, and will be reinserted upon completion of the game.

Roster adjustments made. (June 15, 2011).  The Railroaders signed two new players with two more expected in by the end of the week.  David Simmons arrived on Monday and got off to a great start Tuesday night going 2 for 4 with 2 stolen bases.  He is a freshman from Western Kentucky. University.  Simmons plays the outfield and is 6'0"at 170 lbs, he bats and throws right. Fulton also signed Miles Canaly who will arrive in Fulton this Thursday.  He is a sophomore from Motlow State Community College.  Canaly is a right handed pitcher and is 5'10" weighing 175 lbs.

These additions will replace Nick Duff, outfielder, who has left due to a wrist injury that will require surgery.  Brice Smallwood, pitcher, has left due to a hamstring injury.  Smallwood might return but it is uncertain at this point.  Dylan Lynn, pitcher,  also left due to a sore shoulder.  The loss of 3 and gain of 4 will bring the Railroader roster total to 23 with one open slot.

2011Baseball Camp Kids

The Cal Ripken League's Fulton Railroaders

Railroaders add another catcher. (June 6, 2011). Fulton has signed Alex Azeredo to bring the roster total to 22 on board. Azeredo arrived yesterday after a 20 hour drive from Warwick, Rhode Island, his hometown. He is a right handed hitting freshman catcher from King College in Bristol, TN. Alex stands 5'10" and weighs 225. 

2011 Railroaders listen intently to briefing from managementPlayers arrive & get ready for 2011. (June 1, 2011). The players for 2011 Railroaders arrived on Wednesday and began the process of settling in for the season. General Manager Cubb Stokes briefed the group of 19 followed by Manager Matt Enderle along with Coach Tate McMillan. Two addition players will arrive tomorrow to bring the roster to 21. Players were issued uniforms and received berthing assignments. First practice will be held Thursday morning to prepare for the opening night on Friday with the Bobcats.. 

Players are issued uniforms and jersey numbers.Preparations are about complete at Lohaus Field for Friday and Saturday's games against the Marion Bobcats. Opening night on Friday will have several special events, and Saturday's game is will be sponsored by the Twin City Chamber of Commerce. So come on out to the "Yard" this weekend and join the crowd for some great wooden bat baseball. 


Railroaders open the 2011 Season this Friday. (May 31, 2011). The Fulton Railroader kick off the season with a two night home stand against the Marion Bobcats. First pitch is scheduled on Friday at 7:05 in Lohaus Field, the Yard. Game 2 of the series is on Saturday with a 7:05 start. The 2011 season is the first for the newly formed Ohio Valley League. 


The players begin arriving this week to begin preparing for this weekend's action.   This year's roster contains 22 hand picked collegiate players and promises to provide some great baseball to enjoy. 

Fulton signs former Railroader Jimmy Ryan. (April 15, 2011). The Railroader just received a contract from Jimmy Ryan, a left-handed pitcher, from Northern Kentucky University.  Ryan played for Railroaders in 2009. It is great to have Jimmy return to Fulton for another great summer.  

2011 Roster includes a new 3rd baseman. (January 18, 2011). With the retirement of three year veteran 3rd baseman Lee Kimbell, the Railroaders have finally found a replacement.  The 2011 Roster rounds out with the signing of new 3rd baseman Tyler O'Daniel from Rend Lake Community College.  O'Daniel stands 6' 0" at 195 lbs. and bats right.  Tyler will be attending the University of Indianapolis in the fall of 2011. His hometown is Calvert City, Ky and played his high school ball at Marshall Co. High School.

Railroaders select Assistant Manager for 2011. (January 4, 2011). The Railroaders have hired Tate McMillan as the assistant coach for the 2011 season. Tate is from Erin, TN and graduated from Tennessee Tech last year where he was the captain of the team. He is currently working on his masters degree from Lincoln Memorial University in Northeastern Tennessee and also serves as a graduate assistant baseball coach for the university. Fulton welcomes Tate aboard for the upcoming season.

Matthew EnderleNew Manager for the Railroaders in 2011. (December 9, 2010). The Railroaders officially have a manager for the 2011 season! He is Matthew Enderle (N-der-lee) from Rockford College in Rockford, Illinois. He will complete his Masters Degree in the spring. Currently he is an assistant coach for the Rockford College baseball team. 


A 2003 graduate of Hononegah High School, Enderle spent two years at Division II St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Indiana. He received an honorable mention from the Great Lakes Valley Conference for his senior season, when he was 6-3 with 28 strikeouts in 62 innings. Enderle graduated from St. Joseph’s in May 2008 with a degree in computer science and a minor in math.


The Railroaders are now looking to sign an assistant coach to work alongside of Matt. Check back often for the latest news.

Roster now at 23 players for 2011. (December 2, 2010). The Railroaders have received two more signed contracts this week. Both are Murray State University players.  Brandon Eggenschwiler is a 6', 180 lb. Sophomore playing the outfielder. Brandon bats left and throws right, and is from Lexington, KY. Brock Downey is a freshman standing 6' and weighs 175 lb. and from Murray. Brock is slotted as a  pitcher/outfielder who bats and throws left handed. This gives the Railroaders 23 signed players for next summer.


The Railroaders' management hopes to sign and announce a new manager for the 2011 season by the end of next week. 

21st player signs with Railroaders. (November 24, 2010). The 2011 Roster now stands at 21 with the addition of  Justin Dailey as freshman at Trevecca Nazerene University. Justin is a 5' 8" and 150 lb left handed pitcher, and will be positioned in a relief role for Fulton this next summer.

Railroaders reach 20 players signed. (November 19, 2010). Fulton now has 20 of the 24 players allowed for the 2011 season. The latest to sign with the Railroaders are Colin Kelly (dropped due to surgery 5-14-2011) and Rob Hogencamp.  Colin Kelly, 6'1", 190 lb., is a right handed pitcher and a sophomore from East Stroudsburg University. Rob Hogencamp is a 6'3", 170 lb. sophomore shortstop from Harris Stowe State University.


Management is working hard towards selecting a manager and hopes to make a decision in the near future. 

Roster grows to 18 for 2011 season. (November 15, 2010). The roster for the upcoming season now has 18 aboard with the Railroaders signing 6 more players.  They are:  

  • Chris DeVarco - Northern Illinois University

  • Kahtan Al-Kaissy - Brescia University

  • Steven Dooley - Webster University

  • Dylan Lynn - Tree Rivers Community College

  • Craig Stem - Trevecca Nazarene

  • Luke Fennell - Trevecca Nazarene

For more information on these and all the 2011 Railroaders, see the Roster page.

Railroaders add 3 more to roster. (November 10, 2010). The Railroaders just received contracts on 3 pitchers today.  From Saint Josephs College, Fulton received contracts from Junior BJ Sieverding a right handed pitcher at 6'2" and 165 lbs., and Cale St. Clair a left handed pitcher at 6'0" and 165 lbs.  The third player is from Three Rivers College, Skylar Cobb another lefty pitcher standing 5'9"and 155 lbs.

2011 Roster gains 2 more. (November 4, 2010). Two more players sign with the Railroaders bringing the total this date to 9.  Travis Moe is a 5'11", 175 lb catcher and also plays infield.  He bats and throws right handed and is from Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff, MO. Keenan Stare a right handed pitcher, from East Stroudsburg University in E. Stroudsburg, PA, also joins the squad for 2011. Keenan stands 6' and weighs 185 lb.

The Railroaders join the new Ohio Valley League. (October 28, 2010). The months of September and October were big ones for the Fulton Railroaders, as they departed the KIT League and join the Ohio Valley League (short for the "Ohio Valley Summer Collegiate Baseball League"). Currently the new league is comprised of four teams; the Tradewater Pirates, Marion Bobcats and Owensboro Oilers along with the Railroaders have joined to play ball in 2011. The Ohio Valley League is in work developing two more teams with hopes of increasing the league size for the upcoming season. More information is forthcoming on the OVL's new website, linked above or at www.ohiovalleyleague.com 

Railroaders now at 7 for 2011 (October 28, 2010). The Railroaders received contracts on two more new players.  Joe Mike is from Freed Hardiman University (Graves Co. HS).  He is 6'1", 205 lb, and plays first base  Joe hits and throws right handed. Also signing is Zach Bailey from Middle Tennessee State University. He plays both second base and short stop.  Zack bats and throws right handed, stands 5'10" and weighs 165 lb. 

Two more Players sign for 2011 (October 21, 2010). The next two players on board for the coming season are from Morehead State University.  Nick Duff, a sophomore, is a 6'1', 180 lb outfielder throwing right and switch hits.  Also joining the Railroaders is freshman Brice Smallwood, a 6' 5", 180 lb left handed pitcher.

First 2011 Players sign with Railroaders (October 15, 2010). The Railroaders have signed their first players for the 2011 season.  Conner Tracy is a catcher from Middle TN State. He is 5'10", 180 lb and a right handed hitter. Conner is a red shirted freshman this next spring.  


Michael Pudlo is a 2B/SS from Lomas College in Debuque, Iowa. He is a 5' 10' and bats right handed.  Michael is a freshman this year and if that name sounds familiar, it is. His older brother Joe played right field for us in 2010.  The Railroaders look forward to seeing the Pudlo family back in Fulton next summer! 


The third signee is Mikee Moore, an outfielder from Maryville College in East Tennessee.  He is a 6' , 180 lb right handed hitter.  Mikee will be a sophomore next spring and brings "All Conference" credentials with him after his freshman campaign.

The Railroaders join the new Ohio Valley League. (October 28, 2010). The months of September and October were big ones for the Fulton Railroaders, as they departed the KIT League and join the Ohio Valley League (short for the "Ohio Valley Summer Collegiate Baseball League"). Currently the new league is comprised of four teams; the Tradewater Pirates, Marion Bobcats and Owensboro Oilers along with the Railroaders have joined to play ball in 2011. The Ohio Valley League is in work developing two more teams with hopes of increasing the league size for the upcoming season. More information is forthcoming on the OVL's new website, linked above or at www.ohiovalleyleague.com 

This webpage was last updated on 

Website Copyright © Design by JPD

Email Comments to jpdweb@bellsouth.net