Eric and Wendy Pastore from DigitalBallparks.com recently visited Joannes Stadium, home of the Green Bay Bullfrogs (Summer Collegiate, Northwoods League). Read more and view photo gallery here.
Tag Archives: Joannes Stadium
Joannes Stadium Renovated to Provide Accessible Seating
PRESS RELEASE – With help from the Northwoods League Foundation, the Green Bay Bullfrogs now provide seating options for fans in wheelchairs and their companions. The new seating will be located in front of sections 104 and 107. Continue reading
Green Bay Parks Committee Approves Joannes Stadium Improvements
PRESS RELEASE – At tonight’s meeting of the City of Green Bay Parks Committee, the Green Bay Bullfrogs proposed three improvements to Joannes Stadium that would be completed in time for the 2015 season. The proposed improvements were approved unanimously with a 3-0 vote and will now be considered at the January City Council meeting. All projects would be funded entirely by the Green Bay Bullfrogs. Continue reading
Filed under Design & Construction, Stadium Issues
Bullfrogs to Host ‘Cheese Curdfest’ at Joannes Stadium
PRESS RELEASE – The Green Bay Bullfrogs are pleased to announce that they will be hosting Cheese Curdfest at Joannes Stadium at the end of the summer in August. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be a fun, family, event that will provide those in the Green Bay area with a new family entertainment option, while providing an educational element for those in attendance. Continue reading
Filed under Conference & Events, Food & Beverage
More on Steve Schmitt & Co.’s Growing Summer Collegiate Empire
We’ve already mentioned Steve Schmitt and his Big Top Baseball’s growing summer collegiate empire, but you might want to check out three recent and informative articles about the group, as the first-year Kenosha Kingfish and newly acquired Green Bay Bullfrogs — both of the summer collegiate Northwoods League — kick off the 2014 season. Read here, here, and here. View Simmons Field renovation gallery here.
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New Owners, New Season for Bullfrogs
The new owners of the summer collegiate Green Bay Bullfrogs (Northwoods League) are gearing up for the 2014 season, with about $70,000 in offseason upgrades to Joannes Stadium. Improvements include a new main entrance down the left-field line, an open-air concessions building near the third-base side, and the replacement of the chain link fence behind home plate. Read more here.
New Ownership Moves Bullfrogs to New On-Site Front Office Location
PRESS RELEASE – The Green Bay Bullfrogs received approval from the Green Bay City Council on Tuesday, May 6th, to move their front office to the Community Policing Building on South Baird Street. Continue reading
Filed under Amenities & Features, Personnel & Operations
Green Bay City Council Approves 2014 Joannes Stadium Improvements
PRESS RELEASE – Tonight the Green Bay City Council approved the Green Bay Bullfrogs proposed improvements to Joannes Stadium for the 2014 season. The Council unanimously approved the improvements the new owners proposed. All projects will be funded entirely by the new ownership group of the Green Bay Bullfrogs and will not disrupt any games scheduled at the ballpark this spring. Continue reading
Bullfrogs Propose 2014 Joannes Stadium Improvements
PRESS RELEASE – At tonight’s meeting of the City of Green Bay Parks Committee, the Green Bay Bullfrogs proposed several improvements to Joannes Stadium that would be completed in time for the 2014 season. The proposed improvements were approved unanimously with a 3-0 vote and will now be considered at the February 4th City Council meeting. Continue reading
Long-Term Lease Extension Gives Bullfrogs Flexibility
The summer collegiate Green Bay Bullfrogs (Northwoods League) have agreed to a five-year lease extension to continue using city-owned Joannes Stadium, but they haven’t taken their eyes off a new ballpark. A provision in the agreement provides that the team can exit early if they build a new stadium. Read more here.
Filed under Lease & Contracts, Stadium Issues