United Shore League Wraps Up Successful Sophomore Season at Jimmy John’s Field

The United Shore Professional Baseball League wrapped up its sophomore season Sunday with a 4,050 fans gathered at Jimmy John’s Field in Utica (MI) for the developmental league’s title game.  On the season, the USPBL averaged 3,350 fans per game and sold out 60 of its 75 games — up from 42 last season.  Read more here.

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3 responses to “United Shore League Wraps Up Successful Sophomore Season at Jimmy John’s Field

  1. jim nelson

    I went to a game last year there and it looked like it was sold out. Lots of people there.

  2. No account

    Considering I don’t see attendance figures in their box scores (http://uspbl.wttbaseball.pointstreak.com/boxscore.html?gameid=432395), how accurate are these attendance claims.

    • Angela

      I was there on Sunday and there were a lot of people there in the stands, on the lawn, in the picnic area. It’s possible there were 4,000 people there.

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