Robert Lemons started playing 16″ softball at an early age in grammar school. He then progressed to playing in neighborhoods at every position on the field. In 1949 the Ironmen were reorganized–under the guidance of the great Stanley Sheley. Robert Lemons first played shortcenter Ironmen. He switched to short center and eventually moved to pitcher where he accumulated a reputation as a top pitcher of his era. Lemons played softball until the early 1970s when he left the athletic field for the ministry He became an ordained minister in 1990 and still carries the word today. – Robert wishes everyone God’s blessings and asks that they continue the work of the Lord.