The Shipyard project is poised to raise the anchor under new terms in a development agreement. The agreement set to go before to the City Council on Tuesday would establish a timeline for building a new multi-use stadium that would host the Green Bay Bullfrogs (Summer Collegiate, Northwoods League) and more. Read more here.
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The Green Bay-Brown County Professional Football Stadium District Board agreed Wednesday afternoon to pitch in for two major area projects, including the proposed Shipyard Stadium — a new ballpark/”outdoor events center” for the Green Bay Bullfrogs (Summer Collegiate, Northwoods League). Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – Big Top Baseball, the ownership group of the Madison Mallards, Kenosha Kingfish, Green Bay Bullfrogs, and Wisconsin Rapids Rafters, is excited to unveil the first ever smart watch bobblehead. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Green Bay Bullfrogs founder, Jeff Royle, passed away at the age of 48 Tuesday, January 17th. Royle was responsible for bringing Northwoods League baseball to Green Bay and was majority owner of the Bullfrogs from it’s inception in 2007 through December 2013. Under his leadership the Bullfrogs reached the playoffs in 2007 and 2009. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Green Bay Bullfrogs have named Sieeria Vieaux as General Manager. Vieaux steps into this role after three strong years with the organization as the Corporate Accounts Manager and Marketing Coordinator. Continue reading
Amid heated debate last night, Green Bay (WI) City Council approved two of three major development term sheets, including one to build a multi-use downtown outdoor stadium on the western edge of the Fox River that would host the Green Bay Bullfrogs (Summer Collegiate, Northwoods League). The term sheet approvals are not the final decisions for the projects. Development agreements also still must be reached. Read more here.
Under a revised riverfront redevelopment plan presented Big Top Baseball, which owns and operates the Green Bay Bullfrogs (Summer Collegiate, Northwoods League), Anduzzi’s Sports Club would build a $2 million restaurant on the northwest end of the stadium, and Mark Skogen, the CEO of Festival Foods, would privately invest $2.5 million in an indoor, 2,000-person concert venue and event space at the southwest corner of the stadium. The area would be known as “The Shipyard.” Read more here.