Tom Sherald

As a player, coach, and administrator, Tom Sherald is among Frederick’s baseball elite. He played on championship youth teams in Frederick and in the 1972 NAIA World Series while at Frostburg State College. Sherald coached at Thomas Johnson High School, Catoctin High School, and at Mount St. Mary’s College, where he set a record for career victories (111); he was named Northeast Conference Coach of the Year in 1991. A 2000 inductee into the MSABC Hall of Fame, Sherald was instrumental in bringing baseball play-offs to Maryland high schools. He owns and directs the Cal Ripken Baseball school. From player to administrator, Tom Sherald has been a baseball legend.