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Midwest League 1994

League and Team Leadership

League Officers

  • President/Treasurer: George Spelius
  • Vice President: Ed Larson
  • Legal Counsel: Richard Nussbaum II
  • Office: George Spelius, Jr.

Umpires

#  Name                 Hometown
 2 Michael Schuck       Selma, IN
 3 John Creek           Kalamazoo, MI
 4 Dan Gnadt            Moorhead, MN
 5 Scott Higgins        Bremerton, WA
 6 Troy Blades          Nova Scotia, Canada
 7 Mark Esau            Concordia, KS
 8 Alfonso Marquez      Fullerton, CA
 9 Stephen Willard      Pickerington, OH
14 Daryn Fredrickson    Hallock, MN
20 Ron Kulpa            Florissant, MO
26 Charles Morrison     Loxahatcee, FL
   Steve Rackley
   Jason Gibbons
   Mike Fichter         Lansing, IL
   Scott Bayley
   Mark Carlson

Known Pairs

Schuck-Rackley
Willard-Bayley
Rackley-Carlson
Gibbons-Fichter
Blades-Esau

More information about the umpire crews (any year) would certainly be welcome.



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1994 Season
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Team Leadership

                President           GM
Appleton        John Wollner        Frank Gahl
Beloit          Dennis Conerton     Steve Kretz
Burlington      Dave Walker         Ryan Richeal
Cedar Rapids    Wally Krouse        Jack Roeder
Clinton         Ed Nemmers          Kevin Temperly
Fort Wayne                          Mike Tatoian
Kane County                         Bill Larsen
Madison                             Tom O'Reilly
Peoria          Pete Vonachen       Pete Vonachen
Quad City                           Dan Kable
Rockford        Mark McGuire        Mike Holmes
South Bend      John Baxter         John Tull
Springfield     Tom Dickson         Jay Brazeau
West Michigan   Dennis Baxter       Scott Lane

Coaching Staffs

                Manager          Coaches
Appleton        Carlos Lezcano   Juan Eichelberger*
Beloit          Wayne Krenchicki Steve Foucault*    Jon Pont
Burlington      Lorenzo Bundy    Jeff Fischer*      Steve Alonzo
Cedar Rapids    Tom Lawless      Joe Georger*       Charlie Romero
Clinton         Jack Mull        Steve Lienhard*    Glenn Tufts
Fort Wayne      Jim Dwyer        Stu Cliburn*
Kane County     Lynn Jones       Brian Peterson*    Rod Allen
Madison         Joe Cunningham   Ray Searage*
Peoria          Steve Roadcap    Alan Dunn*         Joe Tanner
Quad City       Steve Dillard    Gary Lucas*        Cesar Cedeno
Rockford        John Mizerock    Tom Burgmeier*     Cliff Pastornicky
South Bend      Mike Gellinger   Jaime Garcia*      Pat Roessler      Jim Reinebold
Springfield     Ed Romero        Saul Saltero*
West Michigan   Jim Colborn      Gil Patterson*

*pitching coaches

Coaches may be missing from this list. Any help would be appreciated.


Ballpark Information

                             Stadium                   Capacity Attendance
Appleton                     Goodland Field            4,000       76,281
Beloit                       Harry C Pohlman Field     3,000       60,650
Burlington                   Community Field           3,500       83,927
Cedar Rapids                 Veterans Memorial Stadium 6,000      137,795
Clinton                      Riverview Stadium         3,000       62,317
Fort Wayne                   Memorial Stadium          6,000      266,670
Kane County (Geneva, IL)     Philip B Elfstrom Stadium 4,800      417,744
Madison                      Warner Park               3,275       69,060
Peoria                       Pete Vonachen Stadium     6,200      176,703
Quad City (Davenport, IA)    John O'Donnell Stadium    5,200      260,471
Rockford                     Marinelli Field           4,300       70,527
South Bend                   Stanley Coveleski Stadium 5,000      258,424
Springfield                  Lanphier Park             5,000       54,218
West Michigan (Grand Rapids) Old Kent Park             5,500      475,212



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