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Midwest League news and notes for Monday, July 28

My drive home from Cooperstown began today, and I’m tired after a long day, but because I’m dedicated to bringing you the latest Midwest League news — even when I’m on vacation — here are links to some MWL stories of note from Monday: 329 more words

Midwest League

Ex-Chiefs pitcher Maddux inducted into Hall of Fame

Greg Maddux became the seventh former Midwest Leaguer to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as a player when he and five other baseball greats received their HOF plaques during Sunday’s ceremony in Cooperstown. 263 more words

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Hall of Fame weekend: Parade, plaques and presentations

Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend got off to a great start Saturday with thousands of fans on hand for the first festivities.

After arriving in the early afternoon, I walked around the Hall of Fame museum for awhile to pass some time before the awards presentation at nearby Doubleday Field. 445 more words

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Day 5 of road trip includes look at former Whitecaps

Day 5 of my Cooperstown road trip included a baseball doubleheader — a matinee game at Classic Park, home of the Lake County Captains, and a night game at Jerry Uht Park, home of the Erie SeaWolves. 168 more words

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Timber Rattlers take two from the Captains

On the fourth and fifth days of my road trip to Cooperstown, I watched the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers take two games from the Lake County Captains. 541 more words

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7/23: Lake County gives up 5 in the 1st, fall to Wisconsin 8-4

EASTLAKE, Ohio –– The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (17-14, 53-47) got off to a hot start as they scored five runs in the first inning and they rode the big inning to a 8-4 win over the Lake County Captains (15-16, 42-59) on Wednesday night at Classic Park. 567 more words

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Prognosis Positive After Timber Rattlers' Coulter Is Hit By Pitch

by Kevin Kimmes

“Some guys have all the luck, some guys have all the pain…”

It’s almost as if Rod Stewart had a vision of Timber Rattlers’ catcher Clint Coulter when he sang those words. 263 more words

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