Veryl Lincoln's APBA Card Chronology
The Red Roses of 1959. Veryl is in the middle of the front row. Jesse Rodgers is number 18. Dick Bertell is number 19. Dick Bertell was on the 1959 team but not the 1960 team. Nick Cullop (an XB for the 1930 Reds) was the manager in 1959. Lou Johnson played on the 1959 Red Roses.
Veryl Lincoln (#28) is named one of the winners of the 1960 Lancaster Red Roses bat boy contest.
The Lancaster Red Roses of 1960. Veryl (#28) is pictured on the far left of the front row. The manager on the far right is Phil Cavaretta. Ken Hubbs played on the 1960 Lancaster Red Roses.
The Elks. The coach on the back row to the far left is Bob Bowman. Bob introduced Veryl to APBA. Veryl is standing next to Bob Bowman with the "E" on his cap. The fellow on the far right of the back row is Bob Fraser who was APBA's first employee and general manager under Dick Seitz.
The Elks. In the back row to the far left is Bob Bowman. Next to Bob Bowman on the left of the back row is Bob Fraser. Veryl is to the far left of the back row. Skeet Carr is pictured in the second row, second player from the right.
In front of the Eastman Avenue building. From left to right are Bob Fraser, Skeet Carr, Veryl Lincoln, and Patrick Doran.
Veryl in the Marines.
Veryl Lincoln outside Fenway Park on June 24, 1989.
Veryl Lincoln with Howard Ahlskog at the August 2001 APBA Convention.
Veryl on the road with a customer.
Veryl plays a "road" game.
Veryl's setup for "home" games on Church Street.