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Midwest League 1992

League and Team Leadership

League Officers

  • President/Treasurer: George Spelius
  • Vice President: Ed Larson
  • Vice President: Jim Cutler
  • Secretary: Doris Krucker
  • Legal Counsel: A.G. Patterson
  • Office: Nancy & Mary Spelius


#  Name                Hometown
   David Baldwin        
   Eric Cooper          Des Moines, IA
   Tim Crow             Flint, MI
   Dave Dangel          Flushing, MI
   Sean DeZurik         Peoria, AZ
   Bruce Dreckman       Marcus, IA
   Scott Eastburn       Springfield, OR
   Andy Fletcher        Memphis, TN
   Daryn Fredrickson    Grand Forks, ND
   Brian Hillenbrand    Mesa, AZ
   Scott Inman          Grand Rapids, MI
   Chris Jarboe         Lutherville, MD
   Travis Katzenmeier   Seabrook, TX
   Ken Kobold           Arvada, CO
   Jeff Kowalczyk       Downers Grove, IL
   Tom Lord             Aurora, CO
   Charles Morrison     West Palm Beach, FL
   Marko Pinto          Sparks, NV
   Vincent Price        Modesto, CA
   Chris Taylor         Atchison, KS
   Bill Welke           Marshall, MI
   Steve Willard        Columbus, OH
   Greg Wilson          Thomasboro, IL

Note: This umpire list combines the pre-season assignments with the midseason roster, as published in the 1992 Baseball Blue Book. Better information would be welcome.

Major Change

1992 Season
MWL Fan's Guide

Team Leadership

                President           GM
Appleton        Doug Hahn           Kevin Scotellaro
Beloit          Howard Erickson     Steve Kretz
Burlington      Dave Walker         Paul Marshall
Cedar Rapids    Wally Krouse        Jack Roeder
Clinton         Ed Kross            Kevin Temperly
Kane County                         Bill Larsen
Kenosha         Eric Margenau       Dave Austin
Madison         Chuck Barnhill      Jay Brazeau
Peoria          Clar Krusinski      Mike Nelson
Quad City       Rick Holtzman       Mike Tatoian
Rockford        William McKee       Patrick Daly
South Bend      John Baxter         John Tull
Springfield                         Lee Landers
Waterloo        Dan Yates           David Simpson

Coaching Staffs

                Manager          Coaches
Appleton        Tom Poquette     Mike Mason
Beloit          Wayne Krenchicki Steve Foucault
Burlington      Steve Curry      Rick Aponte     Rick Peters
Cedar Rapids    Mark Berry       Mack Jenkins
Clinton         Bill Stein       Gary Lucas      Nelson Rood
Kane County     Joel Youngblood  Larry McCall    Rich Dauer
Kenosha         Jim Dwyer        Rick Anderson
Madison         Dickie Scott     Gil Patterson
Peoria          Steve Roadcap    Ray Sadecki
Quad City       Mitch Seoane     Joe Georger     Matt Hyde
Rockford        Rob Leary        Herm Starrette
South Bend      Terry Francona   Mark Haley      Jaime Garcia  Jim Reinebold
Springfield     Rick Colbert     Roy Silver
Waterloo        Keith Champion   Sonny Siebert

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

Ballpark Information

                           Stadium                   Capacity Attendance
Appleton                   Goodland Field            4,300       46,576
Beloit                     Harry C Pohlman Field     3,100       60,999
Burlington                 Community Field           3,500       69,679
Cedar Rapids               Veterans Memorial Stadium 6,000      133,899
Clinton                    Riverview Stadium         3,600       79,374
Kane County (Geneva, IL)   Kane County Events Center 4,800      323,769
Kenosha                    Simmons Field             3,000       45,349
Madison                    Warner Park               4,000       95,846
Peoria                     Pete Vonachen Stadium     6,143      172,560
Quad City (Davenport, IA)  John O'Donnell Stadium    5,200      250,745
Rockford                   Marinelli Field           4,500       50,900
South Bend                 Stanley Coveleski Stadium 5,000      213,951
Springfield                Lanphier Park             5,000      152,942
Waterloo                   Municipal Stadium         5,400       48,074

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