Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame: Harvey Tomter

Photographed May 22 and 23, 2014
Erected by Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Baseball Hall of Fame
Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin
44.807451,-91.521193
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Harvey Tomter

Born in Trempealaeu County on June 15, 1934,
Harvey Tomter graduated from Eau Claire Senior High
School in 1952. He played minor league baseball for the New
York Giants and Baltimore Orioles. Later he played semipro ball in
Eau Claire for Leif Iverson's Conoco Oilers and the Tommy Miller
team, which won the state title with the help of his pitching. Tomter
coached the Eau Claire Cavaliers for 26 years, beginning in 1979,
compiling a 1,595-437 record, including five Continental
Amateur Baseball Association World Series
titles. He was a lab technician at the
city paper mill

Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Baseball Hall of Fame
Inducted 2009

The marker is located inside Carson Park, at the Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame, in front of the Carson Park baseball stadium, adjacent to the baseball stadium parking lot, on Carson Park Drive, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54703.

NOTE: Carson Park Drive is a big loop around the park; it's impossible to miss the baseball stadium.




Harvey Tomter's marker is fifth from the right.



 With the Carson Park baseball stadium in the background.


The ramp from the parking lot to the Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame
(visible at the top of the ramp).

The Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame is located at Carson Park.

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