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He then ordered 37 softball shirts, one for each saloon. During the season Braasch would have players stop off and patronize the tavern by having a few beers.At the end of the season whether he won or lost, each owner would receive a championship trophy.His competitive spirit and love of softball and basketball drove him to play these sports at top levels.Percy turned this passion into a championship basketball career at Crane Junior College and Chicago State University where he was an outstanding “high scoring point guard”.Another player had his uniform sent to an Italian tailor for a perfect fit.Every player on his teams received an autographed 8 - by - 10 photo of Joanee, an ex-stripper, tavern owner, and World War II resistance fighter for the Polish underground.Ron Braasch’s recruitment and fiscal efforts paid off as his teams won five Clarendon Park championships.
He played basketball, football, baseball, hockey, and ran track.He has officiated at eleven national tournaments, nineteen state tournaments, seven Forest Park Tournaments, twelve Grant Park Tournaments, all six North-South Tournaments, and at numerous 12-inch tournaments.In 1999 he achieved Gold Status as an ASA umpire, after achieving Blue, Platinum, and Silver levels.In 1965 he and his team stood on the winner’s stand when they won the World Series.Besides Clarendon Park, Braasch also managed teams at Sauganash, Rosedale, Kelly, Gompers and other hotspots of 16" softball.
One time he gave a player a repossessed 21- inch TV - stereo combination and $5.00 a game.