PRESS RELEASE – The Medford Rogues today announced the appointment of Ian Church to the position of General Manager of the Medford Rogues and of Harry & David Field. Church takes the reins from former GM Chuck Heeman, who left the team in December to accept a position with the City of Yuma, Arizona. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – The Medford Rogues today announced the resignation of General Manager Chuck Heeman and Volunteer Coordinator Mayra Heeman, effective December 26. The Heemans were the first staff members brought on board by the Rogues’ parent company, CSH International, in October 2012. The pair came to Medford after serving two years in similar positions for the Klamath Falls Gems of the West Coast League. Chuck Heeman cited family reasons Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Medford Rogues have announced their full promotions schedule for the 2014 season at Harry and David Field. Highlighted promotions include five bobble head giveaways, baseball giveaways, three fireworks shows and additional premium dates. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Medford Rogues, in association with EJ Marketing & Production of Medford, are proud to announce that Harry & David Field will be the home of “Celebra las Fiestas Patrias,” a celebration of the September 16 Mexican Independence Day. The facility will host a festival from 1 to 10 p.m. on Sunday, September 15 featuring music, dance, food and drink for the entire family. Continue reading
Newly crowned Miss Oregon, Allison Cook, has chosen Harry & David Field, home of the summer collegiate Medford Rogues (West Coast League), to make her first public appearance. She will attend a game between the first-year Rogues and Klamath Falls Gems on July 20 to support a fundraising effort for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Read more here.
Wednesday was opening night for two new teams in the summer collegiate West Coast League. The Medford Rogues made their regular-season debut in front of a “paid crowd” of 1,282 at newly improved Harry & David Field. Read more here. Meanwhile the Victoria HarbourCats kicked off the regular season in front of a sold-out Continue reading