Guide to this year’s Midwest League managers

With the Midwest League season starting soon, here is a reminder of who is managing each team, with links to my previous posts about each skipper:

Beloit Snappers — Rick Magnante

Bowling Green Hot Rods — Michael Johns

Burlington Bees — Bill Richardson

Cedar Rapids Kernels — Jake Mauer, who managed the Kernels in 2013 and played for the Quad City River Bandits in 2002

Clinton LumberKings — Scott Steinmann, who managed the LumberKings in 2009 and the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers in 2005, and played for the Timber Rattlers in 1997

Dayton Dragons — Jose Nieves, who managed the Dragons in 2013 and played for the Rockford Cubbies in 1996

Fort Wayne TinCaps — Michael Collins, who played for the Cedar Rapids Kernels in 2004 and 2005

Great Lakes Loons — Bill Haselman

Kane County Cougars — Mark Johnson, who managed the Cougars in 2013 and played for the South Bend Silver Hawks in 1996

Lake County Captains — Mark Budzinski

Lansing Lugnuts — John Tamargo, Jr., who managed the Lugnuts in 2012 and 2013

Peoria Chiefs — Joe Kruzel

Quad Cities River Bandits — Omar Lopez, who managed the River Bandits in 2013 and played for the South Bend Silver Hawks in 1998

South Bend Silver Hawks — Mark Haley, who has managed the Silver Hawks since 2005

West Michigan Whitecaps — Andrew Graham, who played for the Whitecaps in 2004 and 2005

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers — Matt Erickson, who managed the Timber Rattlers in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and played for the Kane County Cougars in 1998

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