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Midwest League 2004

League and Team Leadership

League Officers

  • President/Treasurer: George Spelius
  • Vice President: Ed Larson
  • Legal Counsel/Secretary: Richard Nussbaum
  • Administrator: Holly Voss

Umpires

 Name              Hometown
 Chris Bakke       Alexandria, MN
 Cory Blaser       Westminster, CO
 Darren Budahn     Milwaukee, WI
 Timothy Daub      Ellicott, MD
 Robert Davidson   Littleton, CO
 Tyler Funneman    Moweaqua, IL
 Scott Jarrad      Berthoud, CO
 Clinton Mahan     Taylorville, IL
 Nicholas Monaco   Denver, CO
 Robert Price      Grand Rapids, MI
 Jesse Redwine     Del City, OK
 Mark Ripperger    Escondito, CA
 Dixon Stureman    San Martin, CA
 Gregory Tucker    Pearland, TX

Pairings seen


  • Bakke/Davidson
  • Price/Stureman
  • Budahn/Daub
  • Blaser/Tucker
  • Monaco/Redwine
  • Mahan/Ripperger
  • Funneman/Jarrad


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2004 Season
Summary
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Best Players
All-Star Game
MWL Fan's Guide

Team Leadership

                President               GM
Battle Creek    Sam Bernabe             Sam Bernabe
Beloit          Dennis Conerton         Brian Barkowski 
Burlington      Dave Walker             Chuck Brockett
Cedar Rapids    Tom Barbee              Jack Roeder
Clinton         Doug Smith              Ted Tornow
Dayton          Robert Murphy           Robert Murphy
Fort Wayne      Andrew Appleby          Mike Nutter
Kane County     Mike Woleben            Jeff Sedivy
Lansing         Tom Dickson             Jeff Calhoun
Peoria          Rocky Vonachen          Rocky Vonachen
Quad City       Kevin Krause            Dave Ziedelis
South Bend      Alan Levin              Christian Carlson
West Michigan   Scott Lane              Jim Jarecki
Wisconsin       Rob Zerjav              Rob Zerjav

Coaching Staffs

                Manager           Coaches
Battle Creek    Mitch Seoane      Steve Renko*       Bill Mosiello
                Bill Mosiello     Brad Elwood
Beloit          Don Money         Rich Sauveur*      Tony Diggs
Burlington      Jim Gabella       Patrick Anderson   Tom Burgmeier*
Cedar Rapids    Bobby Magallanes  Erik Bennett*      Justin Baughman
Clinton         Carlos Subero     Mike Boulanger     Stan Hilton*
Dayton          Alonzo Powell     Larry Pierson*     Max Venable
Fort Wayne      Randy Ready       Tom Tornincasa     Steve Webber*
Kane County     Dave Joppie       Fernando Arroyo*   Aaron Nieckula
Lansing         Julio Garcia      Mike Miccuci       Mike Anderson*
Peoria          Joe Cunningham    Ron "Pop" Warner   Bryan Eversgerd*
Quad Cities     Kevin Boles       Gary Lucas*        Rudy Hernandez
South Bend      Tony Perezchica   Jeff Pico*         Hector De La Cruz
West Michigan   Matt Walbeck      A.J. Sager*        Tony Jaramillo
Wisconsin       Steve Roadcap     Brad Holman*       Dana Williams

*pitching coaches

Ballpark Information

                             Stadium                   Capacity Attendance
Battle Creek                 C.O. Brown Stadium         6,600     95,845
Beloit                       Harry Pohlman Field        3,501     96,681
Burlington                   Community Field            3,502     62,961
Cedar Rapids                 Veterans Memorial Stadium  6,000    177,929
Clinton                      Alliant Energy Field       3,000     91,804
Dayton                       Fifth Third Field          7,250    593,663
Fort Wayne                   Memorial Stadium           6,316    278,351
Kane County (Geneva, IL)     Philip B Elfstrom Stadium  7,350    522,042
Lansing                      Oldsmobile Park           11,000    392,256
Peoria                       O'Brien Field              7,500    211,598
Quad Cities (Davenport, IA)  John O'Donnell Stadium     6,200    173,370
South Bend                   Stanley Coveleski Stadium  5,000    212,612
West Michigan (Grand Rapids) Fifth Third Ballpark      10,900    390,033
Wisconsin (Appleton)         Fox Cities Stadium         5,500    206,487



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