Deafened as an infant, Randy Fisher, a native of Philadelphia, grew up in Pittsburgh, attended Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, and Gallaudet College. He recalls accompanying his father, who loved baseball, to games in Pittsburgh’s Forbes Field and Philly’s Connie Mack Stadium. In 1985, he bought a baseball autographed by Pete Rose—the beginning of his baseball-memorabilia collection. In 1990, he joined the “Dummy” Hoy Committee, then under the auspices of the AAAD, and the following year became chairman of the Committee, which successfully campaigned to have Hoy inducted into the Ohio Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992. Other activities have included rallies at Induction Day in Cooperstown, proclamations in cities hosting Hoy’s teams, and interviews. As Vice President of the Committee, affiliated with MSM Productions, Ltd., since 2001, he does everything he can to publicize and promote the cause of getting Hoy into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.