Evansville Outlaws Semi-Pro Baseball Club: Outlaws Info Page

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Rico the masked faced "OUTLAW" was a creation of former Outlaw's Pitcher Robert Burch. Rico used to rob banks and trains in the late 1800's but once behind bars he found his true love of baseball playing for the RIO Grande Prison team. Today Rico is known nationwide as the logo of the Evansville Outlaws Semi-Pro Baseball Club. You can find Rico on our Souvenier T-Shirts and on the back of our Team Hats in our souvenier section.

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Busch Stadium 1999
Outlaws 2nd trip to Busch

Evansville Outlaws          6
Southern,Ill Diamondbacks   6 10 innings


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Outlaws & Insight Communications a hit every time!
The Outlaws would like to thank Insight Communications for their support of the 2001 USBC World Series. Click on the icon above and see what Insight can do for you!

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Outlaws win Southeast World Series for 2nd straight year!
The Evansville Outlaws defeated the Baton Rougue, Louisianna Cats 21 to 17 to capture their 2nd straight Southeast World Series title in Macon, Ga.

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Outlaws & Integra Bank a Homerun every time!
Integra Bank the Official Trophey Sponsor of the USBC World Series Championship Trophey.

Click on the Link above to find out more about Integra Banks in the Tri-State Area.


Papa John's The Official Delivery Pizza of the Outlaws
Visit or call any local Papa John's Pizza in Evansville.

"Better Ingredients Better Pizza"

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Outlaws & WKDQ a winning combination
Outlaws Team Up with WKDQ 99.5 FM
The Outlaws would like to thank WKDQ for all their support during the 2001 season.

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The Diamond Yards Sports Complex
Friday, October 6
Construction delayed at Diamond Yards
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The Future home of the Indiana Outlaws has been put on hold until construction begins on Phase III of HWY 66 in the spring of 2007. The location of the Diamond Yards Multi-Sports Complex will be in Newburgh on HWY 66 East Between the New Lock & Damms and Cypress Creek borderng between the Ohio River and Hwy 66.Click on the Link above for more information. More details will be announced in the near future. Anyone wishing to make a contribution of materials, money or time should email the Outlaws at timturp15@aol.com. We promise to make Diamond Yards the premier baseball facility in the Tri-State area. For more information contact Tim Turpin at 812-430-2725 or email timturp15@aol.com

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Outlaws Trip Out West a Wild Time for ALL