PRESS RELEASE – The Midwest League of Professional Baseball Clubs will enter the 2017 season with a new look as Midwest League President Dick Nussbaum unveiled a new logo for the 16-team Class-A level league on Wednesday. Continue reading
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The annual Christmas Lite Show at Fifth Third Ballpark, home of the West Michigan Whitecaps (Single-A, Midwest League), is now open. At nearly two miles long with more than one million lights on display, it’s West Michigan’s largest animated drive thru Christmas light show. Watch news report here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Kane County Cougars, along with Northwestern Medicine, have announced a five-year partnership agreement that will rename the Cougars home stadium which will now officially be known as Northwestern Medicine Field. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The players have all packed up and returned home for the off-season. Road construction season is winding down with the coming freeze, but construction season at Fifth Third Ballpark is just beginning. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Fort Wayne TinCaps, the Class A (Midwest League) affiliate of the San Diego Padres, are the recipients of Minor League Baseball’s 2016 John H. Johnson President’s Award. This is Minor League Baseball’s top honor for organizational excellence, awarded each year to just one out of the 160 teams across all levels (Rookie Leagues to Triple-A). Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – On Wednesday, Minor League Baseball announced the Hot Rods and their “Bootlegger Night” as the top Minor League Baseball promotion of the year for the 2016 season. The MiLBY Awards are based on fan votes, where Minor League Baseball fans across the country have the opportunity to place a vote in a variety of categories including: breakout prospect, best team, and promotion of the year. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Parkview Field may soon neeed a bigger trophy case. For the third consecutive year, and for the fifth time in the last six years, Stadium Journey has ranked the home of the TinCaps as the best ballpark experience in all of Minor League Baseball. That’s out of 160 venues, ranging from the Rookie level up through Triple-A. Continue reading