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PRESS RELEASE – The Lansing Lugnuts announced Monday that Michigan State sophomore Jennifer Swanchara will serve as the team’s new public address announcer at Cooley Law School Stadium. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Lansing Lugnuts General Manager Patrick Day is leaving the team after six seasons and will be replaced by Lugnuts Assistant General Manager Nick Grueser, the team announced today. Continue reading
Gavin Spittle from Sport Radio 610 in Houston has put together his list of “Awesome Sports Logos You May Have Never Seen.” Baseball logos making the list include the Modesto Nuts, Lansing Lugnuts, Montgomery Biscuits, defunct Joliet Jackhammers, Brockton Rox, Old Orchard Beach Raging Tide, and Corpus Christi Hooks. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the story.
In the cool, feel good story of the week, 14-year-old Jonathan Welscott, a blind sports announcer who has called middle school and high school games over the past two years, was given the opportunity to announce the batters during the third inning of the game between the Single-A West Michigan Whitecaps and Lansing Lugnuts on Friday night at Fifth Third Field. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Lansing Lugnuts released their 2011 official schedule on Wednesday, featuring the popular Crosstown Showdown against Michigan State University alongside brand new Tuesday Dollar Deal Days and Wednesday Ladies Nights. Continue reading
First it was the Thomas M. Cooley Law School stepping up to buy the naming rights to the former Oldsmobile Park, home of the Single-A Lansing Lugnuts. Cooley locked in an 11-year deal for $1.485 million. Now comes Jackson National Life Insurance Company, which just agreed to pay $1.353 million over 11 years to name the field. The Lugnuts will now play at Jackson Field at Thomas M. Cooley Law School Stadium. Read more here. Continue reading
Oldmobile Park, home of the Midwest League’s Lansing Lugnuts, will soon be renamed Thomas M. Cooley Law School Stadium. In a unique and bold move, America’s largest law school (3,600 students) based in Michigan’s capital city has secured the ballpark’s naming rights for the next 11 years for $1.5 million. Continue reading
Montgomery Biscuits’ co-owner Sherrie Myers admittedly doesn’t fully understand all the nuances of the game on the field, but she does know about branding, marketing, and creating a ballpark environment that keeps fans coming back for more. Together, Myers and her husband Tom Dickson also own and operate the highly successful Lansing Lugnuts. Read more here.