Snowbound stadiums of the Midwest League

Snow falls outside the main entrance to Parkview Field, home of the Fort Wayne TinCaps.

Snow fell throughout the Midwest most of today, which meant an increased possibility of seeing more photos of snowbound stadiums!

Earlier this week I posted a photo of Community Field, home of the Burlington Bees, after last week’s snowstorm. (You can find that photo at the end of this post.) In the days since then, I’ve been eager to share more photos of snowbound stadiums, and if you’ve been looking forward to me doing so, today is your lucky day.

Using Twitter, I asked Midwest League teams to send me photos of their snowbound ballparks, and several did so. The best photos, by far, were sent to me by Mike Nutter, president of the Fort Wayne TinCaps. His pictures are so good I’m using two of them in this post.

Parkview Field, home of the Fort Wayne TinCaps

Indiana’s other Midwest League team, the South Bend Silver Hawks, also sent me a few photos. Here’s one that was taken while the snow was still falling at Coveleski Stadium:

Coveleski Stadium, aka The Cove, home of the South Bend Silver Hawks

Finally, here is a photo from the Kane County Cougars, who posted it on their Facebook page with this message: “So…when exactly do pitchers and catchers report?”

Fifth Third Bank Ballpark (formerly Elfstrom Stadium), home of the Kane County Cougars

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2 Responses to Snowbound stadiums of the Midwest League

  1. jimcrikket says:

    I’ll be out and about this afternoon and driving by Memorial Stadium/Perfect Game Field in Cedar Rapids… will try to get a pic sent your way.

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