Wisconsin Dartball
Hall of Fame

Jim Cason




0.578 in 1978
Lutheran Church Leage (Our Savior's)

Jim played for Our Savior's Lutheran Church in the Milwaukee Federation of Lutheran Laymen league from 1972 until it folded in 1991.  During those years he played with his Father (Floyd), Brother (David), Brother in Law (Jeff) and son (Kyle).  He was an all star every year from 1976-1982 and again from 1985-1988.  His highest average was .578 in 1977-78 and he lead the league in singles average in 87-88, 88-89 & 89-90.  He was the league HR champ in 90-91 and our team was league champions in 88-89 and 90-91.

Leagues Played in:

Mid Town (1982-1990) -  For Sugar Cane

Lucky 7 (1990-Present) - For Chucks on KK, Frank's Power Plant and Dopp's

Western Dartball (2010-Present) - For Bobblehedz, Tom Foolery's and Dopp's

Hickory Inn 4-Man (Not sure on exact years)

Part of numerous leage championship teams in both Lucky 7 and Wester Dartball season.

State Awards:

2nd 2013 9 Man Class C - BobbleHedz

Consolation Champ 1994 9 Man Class B (Ripon) - Chuck's on KK

1st 2014 9 Man Class C - Bobblehedz

3rd 2015 9 Man Class B - Tom Foolery's

4th 2017 9 Man Class B - Dopp's

1st 2017 4 Man Class C - Dopp's

Jim has been a fixture in the Milwaukee area dartball community since starting in 1972.  He has been batting lead off and playing with the same core group of players since the early 1980s.  Not only is he still a great shooter, he serves as a coach/mentor to younger people just getting into the game.  He also recently joined the Monday afternoon retirees league this season.


Dave Mals 02/09/2024 @ 4:29pm

I've been shooting Dartball with Jim Cason for 41 years Going Back to 1982. Jim is a very solid Lead off hitter. He has been a team Captain for many of those years. He displays great leadership and always having fun. Once again he is the only guy I know who does not look at the board before he shoots. Don't know how he does it but a great shooter. He deserves to be in Dartball Hall of Fame.

mikeschnell729 02/18/2024 @ 5:06pm

I also have known Jim many years in the MFLL league since the early 70s. Jim's team at Our Saviors was always one of the best teams in the league as well as the classiest. We had many high scoring matches and fun. Jim was also one of the members of the Wahoo Brothers tournament team. We did manage to win a tournament but mostly we enjoyed whatever tournament we were at celebrating with a beer or two. Jim so deserves to be in the hall of fame since he is truly one the best players I have ever played with and against. Jim always had fun, like his cap always said. Dartball has been blessed since Jim started playing in it over 50 years ago. Thanks for all the great times and memories!!!

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