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Former Cavemen Owners Facing Lawsuits

Anyone have the number for the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer?  The former owners of the summer collegiate Hannibal Cavemen (Prospect League), Larry Owens and Bob Hemend, are facing lawsuits filed by F&M Bank and Michgan-based Qualite Sports Lighting stemming from the revival of historic Clemens Field.  Read more here.  We assume there are still unsettled legalities surrounding Continue reading

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Ownership Intrigue Escalates in Hannibal

The summer collegiate Prospect League’s Hannibal (MO) Cavemen have a new co-owner.  Businessman Rick DeStefane has joined Bob Hemond as a 50-50 owner of the team, while former co-owner Larry Owens prepares to fight for his right to the franchise.  We don’t know enough about the facts or the legal maneuvering here to voice an opinion, but we’ll keep our eye on the situation.  Read more here and here.

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Ownership Tornado Creates Quite a Mess in Hannibal

We are not sure of all the facts here, but there is plenty going on in Hannibal (MO) stemming from an ongoing ownership dispute between Larry Owens and Bob Hemond, who own 71 percent of the summer collegiate Prospect League’s Hannibal Cavemen.  Claims of financial mismanagement, a pair of lawsuits, a recent receivership hearing, and action by the Hannibal City Council authorzing F&M Continue reading

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Ownership Tensions in Hannibal, Ballpark Safety Questioned

An apparent falling out between Bob Hemond and Larry Owens, two owners of the Prospect League’s Hannibal (MO) Cavemen, has inspired at least one local news story.  Owens, who’s had limited contact with Hemond and little to do with the operations of the franchise since he decided to sell his share of the club, is questioning the safety of Clemens Field, because of inadequate team maintenance Continue reading

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