The 2019 Midwest League All-Star Game is coming to Four Winds Field, as the South Bend Cubs are will be named host of the contest. This will mark the first All-Star Game played in South Bend since 1989, when the ballpark was less than two years old.
Additional details are scheduled to be announced on Monday.
“We’re excited to host these remarkable young players at Four Winds Field,” said Andrew T. Berlin, Owner of the South Bend Cubs. “And we’re also excited to tell you who is the presenting sponsor for this 30th anniversary game.”
An official announcement, including date, partners, Fan Fest and game logo, will be made public at 10 a.m. ET on Monday, September 10, in the Pepsi Stadium Club at Four Winds Field in South Bend. Berlin will join representatives from the presenting sponsor organization, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, South Bend Cubs President Joe Hart, and Midwest League President Dick Nussbaum. All will be on hand for comments.
“This is a game we’re not eligible to host for nearly two more decades,” Hart added. “It’s an honor to have these players at Four Winds Field. They’re the best players in the League—the ones you’re most likely to see at the Major League level soon.”