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2014 Organization of the Year: Big Top Baseball

Running two baseball teams is enough of a challenge for the best of organizations. So when Big Top Baseball, already successful with ownership of the Madison Mallards and the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters, decided to launch a new Kenosha team and take over operations in Green Bay, many bad things could have happened – but they […]

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Big day for Big Top Baseball

Here’s an interesting stat for you: The Madison Mallards, Kenosha Kingfish, Wisconsin Rapids Rafters and Green Bay Bullfrogs (summer collegiate; Northwoods League) all hosted home games last Saturday night and drew 12,596 fans between the four teams. This is the first year Big Top Baseball has fielded four separate teams: the Mallards came first, followed […]

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Handelsman notches 600th summer-collegiate win

Nice milestone for Darrell Handelsman, coach of the Green Bay Bullfrogs (summer collegiate; Northwoods League): yesterday he recorded his 599th and 600th summer-collegiate coaching victories. After earning victory 599 in game one on Monday afternoon in Green Bay, the Bullfrogs won the nightcap in Wausau, 12-5, to sweep the Woodchucks and give Handelsman his 600th […]

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New Green Bay ballpark back in play

Mayor Jim Schmitt wants Green Bay to explore a new downtown ballpark for the Green Bay Bullfrogs (summer collegiate; Northwoods League) as an alternative to a new Walmart store. The Bullfrogs currently play at Joannes Stadium, the long-time home to baseball in the city. It’s a small facility, and for years former Bullfrogs owner Jeff […]

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Bullfrogs pitch Joannes Stadium improvements, hire Darrell Handelsman as coach

The Green Bay Bullfrogs (summer collegiate; Northwoods League) have pitched several improvements to Joannes Stadium and received initial approval from the City of Green Bay Parks Committee, and an experienced skipper will guide the team: Darrell Handelsman. The full City Council is set to take up the matter Feb. 4. All projects would be funded […]

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