Tag Archives: Gary (IN)

Lyter Promoted to Salvi Sports Prez, Flenner Hired as RailCats GM

Gary SouthShore RailCats (Independent Professional, American Association) General Manager Brian Lyter has been promoted to President of Salvi Sports Enterprises, while the RailCats have hired Brian Flenner as General Manager.  Read more here.

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Talking Ballpark Maintenance in Gary

The Gary (IN) Common Council fell one vote shy of giving its approval to an ordinance that would have allocated money to pay for the maintenance and cleaning of the city-owned ballpark used by the Gary SouthShore RailCats (Independent Professional, American Association).  Read more here.

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Ballpark Visit ALERT: U.S. Steel Yard (Gary, IN)

Gary SouthShore RailCats LogoBrian Merzbach from BallparkReviews.com recently visited U.S. Steel Yard, the home of the Gary SouthShore RailCats (Independent Professional, American Association).  View photos and review here.

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City Expected to Approve Maintenance Reimbursement, Receive 2015 Lease Payment

Gary SouthShore RailCatsThe Gary (IN) Common Council will be asked next week to approve a payment to the Gary South Shore Rail Cats (Independent Professional, American Association) baseball team to cover the costs of maintaining the city-owned U.S. Steel Yard baseball stadium.  Read more here.

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Owner Speaks About Operating the RailCats

Gary SouthShore RailCats LogoPatrick A. Salvi, owner of the indy pro Gary SouthShore RailCats (American Association), spoke Monday during the Gary Chamber of Commerce membership luncheon.  In addition to providing details about operating the franchise, Salvi stated the team is completing a new marquee to enhance its visibility along the expressway and installing a new video board to bolster the fan experience at U.S. Steel Yard.  Read more here.

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