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Midwest League 2009

League and Team Leadership

League Officers

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

Umpires

 Name               Hometown
Allen Alvarez       Tujunga, California
Jonathan Bailey            
Scott Behr                 
Matt Benham         Spokane, Washington
Charles Billington  Carnation, Washington
Ryan Blakney        Wenachee, Washington
Toby Formiller      Neenah, Wisconsin
Jeff Gould          
Luke Hamilton       Goshen, Indiana
Taro Hamano         Yokohama, Japan
Brandon Henson      Gowrie, Iowa
Nick Mahrley        Bartlett, Illinois
Benjamin May        Racine, Wisconsin
Matt Neuhold        Lamar, Colorado
Chris Nguyen        Westerville, Ohio
Marcus Patillo      
Keith Rogowski      Hanover Park, Illinois
Chuck Runge         West Allis, Wisconsin
Adam Schwarz        Riverside, California
Shaylor Smith       Coffeyville, Texas
Greg Stanzak        Surprise, Arizona
Brett Terry         
Tyler Wilson        Thomasboro, Illinois

Pairings seen


Hamilton/Billington
Wilson/Hamano
Henson/Alvarez
Neuhold/Benham
May/Blakney
Rogowski/Smith
Stanzak/Schwarz
Runge/Rogowski
Benham/Gould
Pattillo/Mahrley
Smith/Behr
Wilson/Formiller
Terry/Smith
Nguyen/Hamilton
Neuhold/Bailey



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2009 Season
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Team Leadership

   
                   President               GM
Beloit             Marcy Olsen             Jeff Vohs 
Burlington         Dave Walker             Chuck Brockett
Cedar Rapids       Tom Barbee              Jack Roeder
Clinton            Paul Schnack            Ted Tornow
Dayton             Robert Murphy           Gary Mayse
Fort Wayne         Mike Nutter             Mike Nutter
Great Lakes        Paul Barbeau            Paul Barbeau
Kane County        Mike Woleben            Jeff Sedivy
Lansing            Tom Dickson             Pat Day
Peoria             Rocky Vonachen          Ralph Converse
Quad Cities        Kirk Goodman            Kirk Goodman
South Bend         Joe Kernan              John Baxter
West Michigan      Scott Lane              Jim Jarecki
Wisconsin          Rob Zerjav              Rob Zerjav

Coaching Staffs

 Manager            Coaches                               Trainer         Strength
Beloit             
 Nelson Prada       Gary Lucas*        Rich Miller        
Burlington         
 Jim Gabella        Pookie Wilson      Jerry Nyman*       Yoshi Kitaura
Cedar Rapids       
 Keith Johnson      Brandon Emanuel*   Brent Del Chiaro   Dan Nichols
Clinton            
 Scott Steinmann    Jesus Azuaje       Lance Painter      Eduardo Tamez
Dayton             
 Todd Benzinger     Rigo Beltran*      Tony Jaramillo     Alfonso Flores
Fort Wayne         
 Doug Dascenzo      Tom Bradley*       Tom Tornincasa     Ernesto Vega
Great Lakes        
 Juan Bustabad      Michael Boughton   Danny Darwin*      Zachary Hoffman
Kane County        
 Steve Scarsone     Haas Pratt         Jimmy Escalante*   Nate Brooks
Lansing            
 Clayton McCullough Justin Mashore     Antonio Caceres*   Bob Tarpey
Peoria             
 Marty Pevey        Rich Bombard*      Barbaro Garbey     Kelly Vanhove
Quad Cities        
 Steve Dillard      Joe Kruzel         Ace Adams*         Brian Puchalski
South Bend         
 Mark Haley         Erik Sabel*        Francisco Morales  Brian Czachowski Vaughn Robinson
West Michigan      
 Joe DePastino      Benny Distefano    Mark Johnson*      Corey Tremble
Wisconsin          
 Jeff Isom          Chris Hook*        Matt Erickson      Aaron Hoback

*pitching coaches

Ballpark Information

                                  Stadium                   Capacity Attendance
Beloit                            Harry Pohlman Field        3,500     83,480
Burlington                        Community Field            3,200     64,499
Cedar Rapids                      Veterans Memorial Stadium  5,300    169,697 
Clinton                           Alliant Energy Field       4,000    107,665
Dayton                            Fifth Third Field          7,250    586,193
Fort Wayne                        Parkview Field             8,100    378,529
Great Lakes (Midland, MI)         Dow Diamond                5,200    271,146
Kane County (Geneva, IL)          Philip B Elfstrom Stadium  7,400    400,040
Lansing                           Oldsmobile Park           11,000    346,935
Peoria                            O'Brien Field              7,500    219,168
Quad Cities (Davenport, IA)       Modern Woodmen Park        4,024    236,401
South Bend                        Stanley Coveleski Stadium  5,000    155,403
West Michigan (Grand Rapids)      Fifth Third Ballpark      10,051    356,642
Wisconsin (Appleton)              Fox Cities Stadium         5,500    253,240



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