Category Archives: Great Lakes Loons

Three for Dee: Marlins trade ex-MWL star Gordon to Mariners

The Seattle Mariners acquired middle infielder Dee Gordon from the Miami Marlins on Thursday for a trio of prospects, two of whom played in the Midwest League during the past two seasons. Gordon also is a former Midwest Leaguer. He … Continue reading

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New video scoreboard installed at Dow Diamond

Installation of a new video scoreboard in the Dow Diamond outfield area has been completed by the Thanksgiving deadline set by the Great Lakes Loons. The next phase of the project is completing the team’s new production studio on the … Continue reading

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Parrish named manager of West Michigan Whitecaps

Former Detroit Tigers catcher Lance Parrish will manage the team’s Midwest League affiliate next year. Parrish takes the reins of the West Michigan Whitecaps after four seasons at the helm of the Erie SeaWolves, Detroit’s Double-A affiliate in the Eastern … Continue reading

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Ex-Loons pitcher Kershaw stars in Dodgers’ Game 1 win

Former Great Lakes Loons pitcher Clayton Kershaw starred in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 3-1 win over the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series, brushing aside his reputation as a stellar hurler who is subpar in the postseason. … Continue reading

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Dow Diamond getting new video scoreboard

Dow Diamond, home of the Great Lakes Loons, will soon have a new video scoreboard. The original scoreboard, installed when Dow Diamond opened in 2007, is 17 feet tall and 36 feet wide. The new one will be 31 feet … Continue reading

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