Marshall Moore - Player
Inducted in 1986
Marshall attended Cambridge High School where he starred in track and softball in 1941. From 1941 to 1943 he signed with the old powerful Cambridge Merchants. In 1943, while attending Salisbury State College, he played soccer and baseball. Marsh entered the Navy in 1943, and while serving in the Pacific, he played on an All-Battalion team of professional players managed by future major league player and manager, Birdie Tebbets.
After his discharge, Marsh began his baseball career with the Cambridge Legionnaires in 1946. Marsh returned to Salisbury State in 1946 where he lettered in Soccer, basketball and baseball, receiving "Best Male Athlete award that year. In 1947 he complied 14 wins with the Sharptown Eagles and made the 1948 All-Star team. From 1949-1951 Marsh signed with the Willard Wildcats, where was again selected to the All-Star team three times.
Marsh was associated with the Loyola Federal Bank from which he retired from a Baltimore branch. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1986 as a stand out player and contributor to the game of baseball on the Eastern Shore.