Bill Dugan caught four foul balls in the first five innings of today's Detroit Tigers game at Comerica Park, then he caught another in the 8th inning. Dugan gave all of the baseballs away to young Tigers fans.
The countdown is on! With the West Michigan Whitecaps’ 23rd Opening Day next week, Saturday, April 9 at Fifth Third Ballpark, the place is buzzing with activity. Several upgrades to the facility’s seating areas should be completed before the first pitch.
It wouldn't be a Michigan summer without baseball and road trips. Combine the two and you'll have a memorable summer vacation. Enjoy a week of great baseball this summer while exploring seven stadiums and some great Michigan cities!
Baseball is back! The return of spring training baseball is one of the sure signs that the end of winter is near, even if it's still too cold for baseball in Michigan. Can the Detroit Tigers spring training results predict how the regular season will go?
A new documentary, which has been developed over the past 10 years by Grand Valley State University students, faculty, staff and alumni, explores the history of West Michigan Women in baseball during World War II. The film will screen three times in West Michigan before it heads across the country.
Just like through all of 2015, the West Michigan Whitecaps saved their best baseball for when their backs were against the wall, as they rallied to earn their sixth Midwest League Championship in team history thanks to a 3-2 victory over the Cedar Rapids Kernels at Perfect Game Field Monday night...
WOW! I think the Whitecaps were made for the playoffs, because they just keep winning. They posted their best offensive performance when it mattered most as they advanced to the 2015 Midwest League Championship Series with a 14-5 win over the Lansing Lugnuts at Cooley Law School Stadium Monday night.