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Midwest League 2000

League and Team Leadership

League Officers

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

Umpires

#   Name              Hometown
    Kevin Causey      Springdale, AR
    Dan DeHaan        Tinley Park, IL
    Bruce Doane, Jr.  
    Jimmy Forbis      Kansas City, MO
    Rodney Galloway   Webster, TX
    Chris Hamburg     Tucson, AZ
    Rob Healey        Cranston, RI
    Andy Hergesheimer Marion, MT
    Darren Hyman      Moline, IL
    Michael Johnson   Troy, MI
    Cameron Keller    Gering, NE
    Jason Kiser       Columbia, MO
    Jason Markley     Hastings, MI
    John McMasters    Tacoma, WA
    Mike Muchlinski   Ephrata, WA
    Billy Parker      
    Shawn Rakos       Pacific, WA
    Erik Stahlbusch   Grand Rapids, MI
    Jason Venzon      Salinas, CA
    Kevin Walker      Walla Walla, WA
    Garrett Watson    Reno, NV
Pairings:
Hamburg/Healey
McMasters/Hergesheimer
Keller/Rakos
Venzon/Hyman
Causey/Walker
Forbis/Watson
Stahlbusch/Markley
Hergesheimer/Johnson
Parker/Healey
Muchlinski/Johnson
Kiser/Causey
Galloway/DeHaan
Rakos/Doane
Healey/Causey


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2000 Season
Summary
Roster
Highlights
League
All-Stars
MWL Fan's Guide

Team Leadership

                President               GM
Beloit          Marcy Olsen             Bruce Keiter
                                        Brent Wheeler
Burlington      Dave Walker             Chuck Brockett
Cedar Rapids    Wally Krouse            Jack Roeder
Clinton         George Chaney           Ted Tornow
Dayton          Robert Murphy
Fort Wayne      Bill Larsen             Bill Larsen
Kane County     Mike Woleben            Jeff Sedivy
Lansing         
Michigan        William Collins, Jr     Jerry Burkot
Peoria          Rocky Vonachen          Rocky Vonachen
Quad City       Kevin Krause            Tim Bawmann
South Bend      Mike Foss
West Michigan   Scott Lane              Scott Lane
Wisconsin       Larry Trucco

Coaching Staffs

                Manager         Coaches
Beloit          Don Money       R.C. Lichtenstein* Rich Morales
Burlington      Jerry Terrell   J.R. Perdew*       Greg Ritchie
                                                   Orsino Hill
Cedar Rapids    Mitch Seoane    Ty Boykin          Randy Kramer*
                Ty Boykin       Randy Betten
Clinton         Jay Sorg        Derek Bothelo*     Greg Grall
Dayton          Fred Benavides  Don Alexander*     Brian Conley
Fort Wayne      Craig Colbert   Brian Giles        Darren Balsley*  Tom Tornincasa
Kane County     Russ Morman     Jeff Andrews*      Matt Winters
Lansing         Steve McFarland Stan Kyles*        Pat Listach
Michigan        Al Pedrique     Jayhawk Owens      Charley Taylor*  Greg Langbehn*
Peoria          Tom Lawless     Sid Monge*         Todd Steverson
Quad City       Stan Cliburn    Floyd Rayford      Gary Lucas*
South Bend      Dave Jorn       Royal Clayton*     Rodney Lofton    Jim Reinebold
West Michigan   Bruce Fields    Joe Georger*       Brian Saltzgaber
Wisconsin       Gary Thurman    Scott Steinmann    Rafael Chaves*

*pitching coaches

Ballpark Information

                             Stadium                   Capacity Attendance
Beloit                       Harry Pohlman Field        3,501     69,208
Burlington                   Community Field            3,502     56,491
Cedar Rapids                 Veterans Memorial Stadium  6,000    129,652
Clinton                      Riverview Stadium          3,000     69,197
Dayton                       Fifth Third Field          7,250    581,853
Fort Wayne                   Memorial Stadium           6,316    245,475
Kane County (Geneva, IL)     Philip B Elfstrom Stadium  7,350    470,908
Lansing                      Oldsmobile Park           11,000    416,382
Michigan (Battle Creek)      C.O. Brown Stadium         6,600     88,125
Peoria                       Pete Vonachen Stadium      5,200    150,479
Quad City (Davenport, IA)    John O'Donnell Stadium     6,200    137,351
South Bend                   Stanley Coveleski Stadium  5,000    194,652
West Michigan (Grand Rapids) Old Kent Park             10,900    436,751
Wisconsin (Appleton)         Fox Cities Stadium         5,500    220,372



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