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Midwest League 1999

League and Team Leadership

League Officers

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

Umpires

#    Name              Hometown
     Paul Chandler     Silverdale, WA
     Steve Cox         Tulsa, OK
     Atsushi Daito     Osaka, Japan
     David Falkavage   Stevens Point, WI
     Bryce Fielder     Swisher, IA
     Chris Hubler      Dysart, IA
     Tony Klubertanz   Sun Prairie, WI
     Scott McClellan   Ft. Wayne, IN
     Mark Mauro        San Mateo, CA
     Trey Nelson       Lincoln, NE
     Daniel Payne      San Jose, CA
     Troy Penrod       Salem, OR
     Anthony Prater    Portland, OR
     Travis Reininger  Brighton, CO
     Bill VanRaaphorst El Cajon, CA
     David Webb        Kitts Hill, OH
     Ryan West         Arvada, CO
     John Woods        Phoenix, AZ
Pairings:
Falkavage/Prater
Fielder/McClellan
Webb/Mauro
Nelson/VanRaaphorst
Daito/Hubler
Chandler/West
Reininger/Penrod
Chandler/Klubertanz
Cox/Mauro
Woods/Fielder
Klubertanz/Mauro
Falkavage/Penrod
Webb/Daito
Reininger/Prater
McClellan/Daito


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1999 Season
Summary
Roster
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League
All-Stars
MWL Fan's Guide

Team Leadership

                President               GM
Beloit          Marcy Olsen             Dave Endress
Burlington      David Walker            Dan Vaughn
Cedar Rapids    Wally Krouse            Jack Roeder
Clinton         George Chaney           Ted Tornow
Fort Wayne      Eric Margenau           Bret Staehling
                Bill Larsen             Bill Larsen
Kane County     Al Gordon               Jeff Sedivy
Lansing         Tom Dickson             Tom Glick
Michigan        William Collins jr      Jerry Burkot
Peoria          Rocky Vonachen          Rocky Vonachen
Quad City       Kevin Krause            Tim Bawmann
Rockford        Mark McGuire            Bruce Keiter
South Bend      Alan Levin              Mike Foss
West Michigan   Dennis Baxter           Scott Lane
Wisconsin       Kevin Doyle

Coaching Staffs

                Manager        Coaches
Beloit          Don Money      Todd Frohwirth* John Mallee
Burlington      Nick Capra     J.R. Perdew*    Daryl Boston
Cedar Rapids    Mitch Seoane   Greg Minton*    Ty Boykin
Clinton         Fred Benavides Andre Rabouin*  Marlon Allen
Fort Wayne      Dan Simonds    Tony Phillips*  Eric Bullock
Kane County     Rick Renteria  Rick Mahler*    Matt Winters
Lansing         Oscar Acosta   Stan Kyles*     Steve MacFarland
Michigan        Al Pedrique    Bill Ballou*    John Massarelli
Peoria          Brian Rupp     Mike Snyder*    Tony Diggs
Quad City       Jose Marzan    David Perez*    Riccardo Ingram
Rockford        Mike Rojas     Derek Botelho*  Jay Sorg
South Bend      Mike Brumley   Dave Jorn*      Vic Ramirez      Jim Reinebold
West Michigan   Bruce Fields   Joe Boever*     Gary Green
Wisconsin       Steve Roadcap  Steve Peck*     Omer Munoz

*pitching coaches

Ballpark Information

                             Stadium                   Capacity Attendance
Beloit                       Harry Pohlman Field        3,501     54,689
Burlington                   Community Field            3,502     66,178
Cedar Rapids                 Veterans Memorial Stadium  6,000    127,862
Clinton                      Riverview Stadium          3,000     60,377
Fort Wayne                   Memorial Stadium           6,316    199,027
Kane County (Geneva, IL)     Philip B Elfstrom Stadium  5,900    451,165
Lansing                      Oldsmobile Park           11,000    462,515
Michigan (Battle Creek)      C.O. Brown Stadium         6,600    108,033
Peoria                       Pete Vonachen Stadium      5,200    150,182
Quad City (Davenport, IA)    John O'Donnell Stadium     6,200    146,043
Rockford                     Marinelli Field            4,500     61,851
South Bend                   Stanley Coveleski Stadium  5,000    200,518
West Michigan (Grand Rapids) Old Kent Park             10,900    457,350
Wisconsin (Appleton)         Fox Cities Stadium         5,500    222,814



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