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Category Archives: snowbound stadiums
Arizona Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson announced Monday (via Twitter!) that former Midwest League pitchers Patrick Corbin and Trevor Cahill will start the team’s season-opening games in Australia on March 22 and 23. Gibson’s counterpart, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly, hasn’t revealed his … Continue reading
The Great Lakes Loons tweeted this photo earlier today, as snow was being cleared from Dow Diamond: Spring training games begin tomorrow — finally! The Midwest League season opens Thursday, April 3.
I have a pair of “snowbound stadium” photos I want to share of Modern Woodmen Park, home of the Quad Cities River Bandits. The first photo was sent to me via Twitter by Steve Campbell, who is a news photographer and sports … Continue reading
Minor League Baseball President Pat O’Conner was the featured speaker at the Beloit Snappers’ Hot Stove Banquet on Wednesday, and he didn’t shy away from talking about the team’s need for an updated or new facility. Here is some of what … Continue reading
Almost seven weeks have passed since my last post dedicated to photos of snowbound stadiums, so this one is overdue. The first photo, of Bowling Green Ballpark, is from the Hot Rods’ Pinterest page. The next photo was posted to the Kane … Continue reading
The Toronto Blue Jays announced Monday that John Tamargo, Jr., will manage the Lansing Lugnuts for a third season in 2014. In his rookie season as a manager in 2012, Tamargo led the Lugnuts to a franchise-best 82 wins and he was named … Continue reading
With today being New Year’s Eve, I looked at my year-end statistics for this blog and wanted to share with you which posts were clicked on the most in 2013. Here are the top 10, in countdown order: 10. 2012 Timber … Continue reading
If you enjoy seeing photos of snow-covered baseball fields, Monday was a good day to follow me on Twitter. I shared pictures of six Midwest League ballparks, which I’m now posting here in case you missed them then. (“Snowbound Stadiums of the Midwest … Continue reading