In Memory

Brett Maudlin

Brett Maudlin

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03/15/09 02:09 PM #1    

Cally Marshall (McKenzie)


I remember all the great baseball times in Babe Ruth, Legions and seeing you at slowpitch softball-you were a great guy! ~~KRIS NOAHR GIBBS

He was a great person to work with, worked hard at fundamentals and had a great breaking pitch. ~~COACH LEO NOAHR

My best high school memories were of hanging out with the Maudlin boys, the baseball twins. I got to spend a lot of time with Brett until he lost his battle with cancer in 1993 and was drafted by the Angels. ~~STEVE HANLIN

03/19/09 01:34 AM #2    

James Gibbon

It took me years to tell him and Bart apart. I learned their differences. He was a good athelete, nice sense of humor, and always said hello. An excellent example of a "local". He will be missed.

03/30/09 06:52 PM #3    

Pat Hanlin

The count was 3 balls and 2 strikes in the bottom of the last inning. The batter was a lefty and the bases were loaded. Brett was pitching and I was catching and it was Medford against Medford in the Babe Ruth 14-15 year old All Star Game in K-Falls. Brett's curve ball was so good and he was so confident in it that I held down the sign for him to throw it. As he shook his head yes we both heard coach Leo Nohr yelling at me to look over at him for the sign but I didn't need to; Brett and I already knew that his breaking ball was the best around and that we were going to bet the game on it. (Of course because coach Nohr was the best there was he was frantically trying to give us the sign for the breaking ball). Brett threw the curve, the batter froze and strike three was called - game over. A moment in my life I will never forget thanks to this gentle soul.


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