Rick "The Crusher" Scherr was a powerful hitter who hit tape measure home runs. Nicknamed "The Crusher," that's what Scherr did to softballs during an almost 20 year career, hitting more that 4,000 homers and driving in more than 7,000 runs. He was named to 25 All American teams during his illustrious career. He was named MVP in 5 Major World Series.
Rick was named the Player of the Decade for the 1980's by Jerome Earnest. Scherr appeared in the U.S. Olympic Festival slow pitch competition in Oklahoma City and batted .720, hitting 13 homers and driving in 30 runs to help the North team win a bronze medal. That year he also was MVP of the prestigious Smokey Mountain Classic in Maryville, TN. Twice Scherr set national home run records, 356 in 1082 and 451 in 1985. Scheer was born and raised in Slinger, WI and weighed in excess of 280 lbs, standing 6'5 tall. In 1989 playing for Superior Apollo he hit two home runs in a row that landed in the top of the bleachers in left field at the infamous Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska where the College World Series is played. When it comes to slo pitch softball, there was no better player than Rick Scherr.
|05-03: 10th Annual Sunshine Shootout/Super NIT|
Winter Haven, FL - Auburndale Sportsplex map
adult / Slowpitch / Men Bronze, Men Gold, Men Silver
|05-03: National Invitational|
Princeton Junction, NJ - Mercer County Park map
adult / Slowpitch /
|05-10: Super NIT - Silver|
Bartonville, IL - Alpha Park map
adult / Slowpitch / 18U
|05-16: NC/SC Super NIT - Bronze|
Myrtle Beach, SC - Myrtle Beach former AFB Fields map
adult / Slowpitch / 10U
2014-04-05 Spring National- Bronze
2014-04-05 Spring National-Silver
2014-03-08 ISA Winter Nationals - 50 Major Plus
The Independent Softball Association announces the launch of its new official website. The new ISA website is easy to use, has faster response times and allows users to find most data within just a few clicks
Team sanctions and compliance:
All teams sanctions are based on the managers home address if at least 51% of the players are from that state. Otherwise the team will be classified and regulated by the State Director that the majority of the players are from. Teams can play in another state but t...