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Baseball in Beloit

Highlights

This page lists season and game highlights for the teams and players in Beloit, Wisconsin.


Notable Seasons


  • 1984
    • Joey Meyer (.320, 30 HR, 102 RBI; triple crown)
    • Brian Finley (113 runs scored)
    • Chris Bosio (17 wins)
    • Mark Ciardi (166 strikeouts)
  • 1985
    • Dan Scarpetta (13 wins)
  • 1987
    • Greg Vaughn (33 HR, 105 RBI; 70 long hits, 120 runs scored; 36 steals (!))
  • 1988
    • Mark Chapman (14 intentional walks)
  • 1990
    • John Byington (89 RBI)
  • 1994
    • Jim Cole (18 wins)
  • 1995
    • Jeff D'Amico (13 wins, 2.39 ERA)
  • 1996
    • Mike Kinkade (105 runs scored, 100 RBI; 32 hit by pitch[!]; 50 errors)
  • 1998
    • Jason Childers (1.92 ERA)
    • Bucky Jacobsen (27 HR, 100 RBI)

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Notable Games


  • April 24-26, 1987
    • Tim Barker (reached base in 11 consecutive plate appearances)
  • April 17, 1988
    • Tim Torricelli (29 total chances [catcher])
  • May 26, 1989
    • Curt Krippner (no hitter; Madison, 1-0)
  • June 8, 1990
    • Darrin White (8 assists by catcher)
  • August 7 thru 24, 1990
    • James Czajkowski (9 saves in 9 chances)
  • May 8, 1991
    • Francisco Gamez (no walks surrendered in 10 IP)
  • June 16, 1991
    • Geoff Kellogg (no hitter; Appleton, 6-0)
  • May 9, 1993
    • Jackie Ross (hit by 4 pitches)
  • May 19, 1996
    • Anthony Peters (hit for cycle)
  • July 26, 1996
    • Jason Dawsey (no hitter; Burlington, 5-0)
  • May 11, 1997
    • Tom Peters (6 RBI)
  • May 16, 1998
    • Scott Kirby: homer, double, 3 runs, 5 runs batted in (all in third inning)
  • May 18, 1998
    • 4 team double plays
  • July 11, 1998
    • Beloit 16, Peoria 0
  • June 9, 2000
    • Beloit 13, Cedar Rapids 6 (14 innings; Snappers scored 7 in the 14th)

Otherwise Notable

  • Triple Plays by Team: 4 (through 2000)



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