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Marion Merchants Baseball Club

 There was about 200 toys donated to the Merchant/Knockout Toy Drive. Great job by everyone. These will go to help 17 plus families.


All winter raffle winners are listed to the left of the page from 12/7/14.


The winner of the Game Stop gift card was 9U baseball player Austin Allen. Congrats.

The top seller for the merchant side was Austin Allen.

The top seller for the Knockout side was Meredith Gruber

Congrats to you all on a job well done.


All remaining fees need to be turned into Tom by February 15th 2015.

Marion Merchants and The central Ohio knockouts are doing a program called Merchants and knockouts care. Each team member will buy a toy and donate it to needy families, so every girl and boy can get a gift for Christmas. I'm asking anyone that would like to donate to this wonderful program, to please buy a gift of whatever you can afford and either drop it off to me or any Merchant or knockout player or coach. If you live out of town, you can mail your gift. also we accept gift cards as well. Lets all come together and see how many toys we can collect and make some little boys and girls a merry Christmas this year. All items need turned into team mom by December 14th. 

Coaches  for the 2015 Marion Merchant Elite Baseball Season:

8U - Chris Caudill  740-361-3311
9U-Claude Allen    -740-262-5100
11U-Thad Huffman -740-361-6328
11U-Justin Hamper -740-360-9888
12U-Kamal Nelson-
13U-Randy Holt     -740-341-5745
14U-Jason Warner-
15U-Tom Smith     -419-561-5837

Congratulations to the following for receiving $500 scholarships each from the Marion Merchants Baseball Club: Scott Foster from Pleasant High School going to OSU played 10 years for the Merchants. Ty Endsley fom Marion Harding going to Tiffin University played 10 years also. Makenzie Schmidt from River Valley going to Bluffton University played 3 years for Merchants/Knockouts softball. Laney Mollenkopf from Bucyrus HS going to Bowling Green also played 3 years. Taylor Hancock from Marion Harding going to Findlay University played 4 years for the Merchants/Knockouts softball.




Central Ohio Knockout Softball Club


The Knockouts are a sister organization of the Marion Merchants Baseball Club, and were formally known as Marion Merchants Softball. The softball organization has grown over the years and we have decided to expand to any girls wanting to play travel ball over the state not just locally. Any questions or concerns call Eric Shirk at 740-262-6464 or email Check us out at  our new web page



The Marion Merchant Baseball Club Is a non profit organization 501 c 3.   The Marion Merchants traveling club was formed to provide boys and girls the opportunity to learn  fundamental baseball/softball skills, sportsmanship, discipline, and a positive attitude on and off the field.










Marion Merchants Baseball Club

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