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Ohio Valley League







Richard Parham

Asst. General Manager


270-472-2004 fax



Kim Kimbell




Dan Voegeli

270-627-0219 cell

270-472-0843 office

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The Railroaders played in the old Kitty League which was founded in 1903.  The League played baseball at the Class D level from 1903 to 1955.  In 2005 the Fulton Railroaders were reborn within a new K.I.T. League after 50 years. The Railroaders played with the new KIT League through 2010.  In 2011, the Railroaders joined the Ohio Valley League.   2016 OVL Teams are Fulton KY, Owensboro KY, Madisonville KY, Hopkinsville KY, Paducah KY, Muhlenberg County KY and Dubois County IN.

League Information

The league will play a 42 game schedule beginning June, 2016 with playoff series beginning in late July.  NCAA  rules and guidelines will be followed, and all umpires are NCAA certified.  The OVL is a collegiate wooden bat league. 

Team Information

The Fulton Railroader Baseball Club L.L.C. is owned by local business people.  Our goal is to provide a quality baseball team and excitement for the citizens of our area. 


Management team

Mailing Address




Richard Parham

Elaine Forrester

Alice Voegeli

Fulton Railroaders

Baseball Club L.L.C.

P.O. Box 1615

Fulton, KY 42041

Contact Us

All home games are played at Lohaus Field, Fulton KY.


"Thank you" to the 2016 Players for another great season of baseball in Fulton


to 2017

First Pitch

Final 2016 OVL Standings


W L % GB


33 9 .786 -


26 14 .650 6

Dubois Co.

26 15 .634 6.5


21 16 .568 9.5


16 26 .381 17


14 26 .350 18


4 34 .105 27

208 Main Street

Fulton, Kentucky


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Final Comments on the Season. (July 27, 2016) It has been another great season with some exciting games. The Railroaders invite your positive thoughts and comments on the season by Clicking Here.

Oilers 8, Railroaders 7. (July 26, 2016) (From Owensboro) The Owensboro Oilers won their single elimination game hosting the Fulton Railroaders at Apollo High School's Eagle Park for Round 1 of the 2016 OVL playoffs. The Oilers claimed the game 8 to 7, scoring three runs without an out in the bottom of the 9th inning.

Fulton scored first with four runs in the top of the 3rd inning. Andrew Holderman, Jacob Milosch, Alex Phillips, and Chase Slone all crossed the plate on four Railroader hits and a hit batter.

Owensboro answered with five runs to take the lead in the bottom of the 4th inning. Nick Lugo, Seth Woodard, Mitch Wilson, Joe Silva, and Ben Haefner each crossed the plate on three hits, a defensive error, and a hit batter.

The Railroaders pulled even with a run in the top of the 6th inning. With one away, Mason Elliot doubled. He moved to third base on a shallow single by Derek Burns. Zach Bishop brought Elliot in on a RBI ground out. Heading to the bottom of the 6th inning the game was tied.

The score remained deadlocked at 5 to 5 until the top of the 9th inning. With one out, Milosch drew a walk and Phillips hit a two-run home run to extreme right field. The blow gave the Railroaders a 7 to 5 advantage. It also left the Oilers with just three outs to go in 2016.

Haefner led off the bottom of the 9th inning with a walk. Pinch hitter Joe Stucky blooped a single barely into right field. Tanner Kehrer placed a bunt down the third base line with no one covering first base. The bases were loaded. Sam Medina reached on a misplayed slow infield grounder as Haefner scored. Bryce Windham RBI walked, plating Stucky as the tying run. Nick Lugo capped the comeback with a hard ground ball fielded on a dive by the second baseman. The fielder did the only thing he could do in the situation -- he attempted a throw to home plate from his back. Kehrer scored ahead of it, and the Oilers won.

The winning pitcher for Owensboro was reliever Hector Marmal, the pitcher of record when the Oilers took the winning lead.

The losing pitcher for Fulton was Knox Faulkner.

Baseball games measure growth by both how hard it can be to beat you, and the quality of efforts that try to beat you. In both those terms, this game was gigantic. Complete box scores Click Here.

Railroaders 3, Stallions 2. (July 23, 2016) The Railroaders came from behind in the ninth inning to win 3-2 over the Stallions in Muhlenberg. The victory secures Fultonís 5th place standing and seed for the post-season playoffs. The Railroaders will travel to Owensboro on Monday to face off with the Oilers in Round One of the playoffs. The first round will be a single game elimination with the winning advancing to the Round Two best of three series. 


The Stallions have one game remaining in the regular season against the Paducah Chiefs to be played at Muhlenberg County on Sunday. The Stallions will play on Monday in Round One playoff action in Madisonville. Complete box scores Click Here.

Railroaders 22, Hoppers 14. (July 22, 2016) Fultonís final regular season home game and Fan Appreciation Night turned out to be an unforgettable one for both Railroader and Hopper supporters. The teams combined to accomplish 31 hits that included 11 homeruns and 5 doubles, along with punching 33 RBI total. 

The Hoppers jumped to a first inning lead scoring 4 runs off 6 hits that included two homers. The Railroaders put up a single score in the bottom half of the inning from a RBI single.

Hoptown extended their lead in the third inning with a 2 RBI homerun. The Railroaders followed in the bottom half of the inning sending 16 batters to the plate. Fulton produced 10 runs using two 3 RBI homeruns, a 2 RBI ground rule double, a RBI single and a walked in RBI to take an 11-6 lead.

The Hoppers quickly responded in the fourth inning with a 2 RBI homerun and another one run off a Railroader error. Again Fulton answered in the bottom half of the inning putting up 4 runs from a 2 RBI homer, RBI single and a sacrifice fly. The score now stood at 15-9 in Fulton favor.

The Railroaders pushed forward their lead by a single run in the bottom of the fifth inning with a RBI single.

In the top of the sixth inning Hoptown got going again with two back-to-back solo home runs and added another run from a RBI single. The lead was now reduced at 16-12 still in Fulton's favor.

The Hoppers cut into the lead again in the seventh inning after loading the bases scoring a run from off a batter hit by a pitch for a RBI. Bottom half of the inning saw the Railroaders get 6 more runs from a bases loaded walk, a costly 2 run error and a 3 RBI homerun. Fulton pushed their lead to a 22-13 score.

Hoptown topped off the scoring for both teams in the ninth inning with a final solo homerun.

Leading at the plate for Fulton were; Paul Salata with two homeruns for 5 RBI, Chase Slone 4-for-5 with a 3 RBI homerun, a RBI single and 5 runs scored, and Tyler Catlett who was 2-for-3 with a 3 RBI homerun, 2 scores and a RBI sacrifice fly.

Hoptownís offense was lead by Andrew Gross who hit an OVL record breaking 4 homeruns in the game for 6 RBI. Grant Robbins, Allonte Wingate and Hunter Holland also punched out homeruns for the Hoppers. 

Fultonís starting pitcher Konnor Aherin gets the win for 6 innings on the mound. He allowed 14 hits, 12 runs (11 earned), one walk with 4 strikeouts and left the game with the Railroaders in the lead. The Railroaders used three pitchers in relief for a single inning each. 

Starter Nick Coffman takes the loss for Hoptown, relieved in the third inning and responsible for the go ahead run for Fulton. Six additional pitchers combined to complete the game for the Hoppers. Complete box scores Click Here.

2016 Game Summaries Here  <>  2016 Preseason News


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