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Midwest League 2005

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
 Shea Abbott
 Corey Blaser
 Darren Budahn
 Victor Carapazza
 Jason Creek
 Joe Dobo
 Mark Evans
 Shaun Francis
 Matt Hensel
 Jeff La Scola
 Bradley Lawhead
 Doug Levy
 Michael Lusky
 Grant Menke
 Nicholas Monaco
 Nicholas Nolde
 Al Porter
 Ryan Stockdale
 David Warren
 Mike Weinstein
 Garrett Wilson

Pairings seen


  • Francis/Weinstein
  • Stockdale/Budahn
  • Monaco/La Scola
  • Carapazza/Menke
  • Nolde/Wilson
  • Warren/Evans
  • Creek/Lusky
  • Abbott/La Scola
  • Hensel/Stockdale
  • Stockdale/Lawhead
  • Porter/Blaser
  • Dobo/La Scola
  • Levy/Carapazza


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Team Leadership

                   President               GM
Beloit             Marcy Olsen             Jeff Vohs 
Burlington         Dave Walker             Chuck Brockett
Cedar Rapids                               Jack Roeder
Clinton            Jeff Schnack            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          Ralph Converse
Quad Cities        Kevin Krause            Kevin Krause
South Bend         Alan Levin              Eric Haag
Southwest Michigan William Shea            Martie Cordaro
West Michigan      Scott Lane              Jim Jarecki
Wisconsin          Rob Zerjav              Rob Zerjav

Coaching Staffs

                   Manager           Coaches
Beloit             Kevin Boles       Gary Lucas*         Rudy Hernandez
Burlington         Jim Gabella       Tom Burgmeier*      Patrick Anderson
Cedar Rapids       Bobby Magallanes  Kernan Ronan*       Justin Baughman
Clinton            Carlos Subero     Stan Hilton*        Brian Dayett
Dayton             Alonzo Powell     Larry Pierson*      Chris Sabo
Fort Wayne         Randy Ready       Steve Webber*       Max Venable
Kane County        Dave Joppie       Garvin Alston*      Aaron Nieckula
Lansing            Ken Joyce         Charles Poe         Tom Bradley*
Peoria             Julio Garcia      Tom Pratt*          Ricardo Medina
Quad Cities        Joe Cunningham    Bryan Eversgerd*    Keith Mitchell
South Bend         Mark Haley        Wellington Cepeda*  Tony Dello
Southwest Michigan Joe Szekely       R.C. Lichtenstein*  Skeeter Barnes
West Michigan      Matt Walbeck      A.J. Sager*         Tony Jaramillo
Wisconsin          Scott Steinmann   Brad Holman*        Tommy Cruz

*pitching coaches

Ballpark Information

                                  Stadium                   Capacity Attendance
Beloit                            Harry Pohlman Field        3,501     93,399
Burlington                        Community Field            3,000     70,807
Cedar Rapids                      Veterans Memorial Stadium  5,300    184,190
Clinton                           Alliant Energy Field       2,500     95,775
Dayton                            Fifth Third Field          7,230    572,053
Fort Wayne                        Memorial Stadium           6,516    278,631
Kane County (Geneva, IL)          Philip B Elfstrom Stadium  7,400    518,394
Lansing                           Oldsmobile Park           11,000    354,855
Peoria                            O'Brien Field              7,500    256,612
Quad Cities (Davenport, IA)       John O'Donnell Stadium     4,018    165,878
South Bend                        Stanley Coveleski Stadium  5,000    208,590
Southwest Michigan (Battle Creek) C.O. Brown Stadium         4,500    105,340
West Michigan (Grand Rapids)      Fifth Third Ballpark      10,900    370,153
Wisconsin (Appleton)              Fox Cities Stadium         5,500    211,927



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