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Baseball in Lansing

Highlights

This page lists season and game highlights for teams and players in Lansing, Michigan.


Notable Seasons


  • 1996
    • Jose Cepeda (29 game hitting steak)
    • team had 1743 assists
    • team turned 171 double plays
    • team had 4824 at bats
    • Attendance: 538,325
  • 1997
    • team hit 62 sacrifice flies
    • Tony Miranda (.341)
  • 1998
    • Juan LeBron (84 runs batted in)
  • 1999
    • Corey Patterson (72 long hits; 20 Home Runs)
    • Ricardo Palma (2.94)
    • team had 495 extra base hits (288 2B, 30 3B, 147 HR)
  • 2000
    • Ryan Gripp (.333, 20 HR, 92 runs batted in; 20 game hitting streak)
    • Luis Medina (.307)
    • John Webb (2.47)

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Notable Games


  • June 23, 1996
    • Lansing & Wisconsin had 15 doubles (Lansing 8, Wisconsin 7)
    • Lansing & Wisconsin had 18 extra base hits (9 apiece)
  • April 18, 1997
    • Lansing 2, Fort Wayne 1 (17 innings)
  • August 15, 1997
    • Attendance: 12,135
  • August 19, 1997
    • Attendance: 12,390
  • May 5, 1998
    • team turned 4 double plays
  • May 10, 1998
    • Juan LeBron (7 runs batted in)
  • May 30, 1998
    • Lansing 15, Kane County 0
  • June 29, 1998
    • Lansing pitchers struck out 15 batters
  • May 25, 1999
    • Franklin German (6 hits)
    • Nate Frese (4 doubles)
    • team had 9 doubles
  • July 5, 1999
    • Corey Patterson (hit for cycle)
  • July 23, 1999
    • Corey Patterson (3 doubles, triple)
  • April 15, 2000
    • Ryan Gripp (3 HR, 8 RBI; grand slam)
  • June 6, 2000
    • Tony Gsell, Ryan Gripp, & Pete Zoccolillo (each a double & a homer)
  • July 29, 2000
    • Attendance: 12,610
  • August 29, 2000
    • team turned triple play

Otherwise Notable

  • Triple Plays by Team: 1 (through 2000)



The Midwest League plays Single-A, professional baseball in America's agricultural and industrial heartland. 16 teams play a 140 game schedule which begins in early April and ends Labor Day weekend.

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