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Contractor chosen for Kenosha ballpark renovation

Camosy Construction of Kenosha will oversee the renovation of Simmons Field, as the 83-year-old ballpark is prepped to host summer-collegiate Northwoods League action beginning in 2014. Out of four bidders, Camosy Construction was awarded the project after submitting the low bid for the City of Kenosha Public Works project. The project is a complete renovation, […]

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Simmons Field reno renderings unveiled

The owners of the new summer-collegiate Northwoods League team in Kenosha unveiled renderings of the renovations to Simmons Field, the longtime home to pro ball in the Wisconsin city, set for the 2014 season. The “First Pitch” event tonight featured a live brass band, entertainment from the nationally known Zooperstars and the unveiling of $1 […]

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Kenosha ballpark improvements to be unveiled today

The owners of the new Kenosha team in the summer-collegiate Northwoods League will be unveiling a million dollars in improvements to Simmons Field, the former home to pro baseball in the Wisconsin city. The ballpark improvements cover new seating (including seating reclaimed from Baltimore’s Oriole Park), new grandstands, new dugouts, a brick wall surrounding the […]

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Kenosha approves Simmons Field lease for Northwoods League team

It’s official: the Kenosha Common Council approved a lease and ballpark-improvement plan for Simmons Field with the owners of the Madison Mallards and Wisconsin Rapids Rafters, as a 2014 Northwoods League team is on the horizon. Simmons Field is the former home to Midwest League and Frontier League baseball in the Wisconsin community. Under the […]

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Simmons Field lease approved for Northwoods League team

The summer-collegiate Northwoods League could return to Simmons Field in 2014, as the Kenosha Parks Commission approves a lease with the owners of the Madison Mallards and Wisconsin Rapids Rafters. The ballpark is the former home to the Kenosha Twins (Low Class A; Midwest League), the Kenosha Mammoths (independent; Frontier League) and the Kenosha Kroakers […]

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