The comeback fell short on Wednesday against the Fort Wayne TinCaps as the Loons three-run 9th inning was not enough to recapture the lead. Brant Whiting spoke with Brad Tunney outside the clubhouse following the game.
Tuesday saw Los Angeles Dodgers prospect Andrew Sopko tossed 4 2/3 innings of scoreless baseball against the Fort Wayne TinCaps. The right-hander also tied a career high with 8 strikeouts in the 3-1 win for the Loons.
Loons infielder Matt Jones provided some pop in the lineup during Monday’s loss to the Fort Wayne TinCaps. He spoke with Brad Tunney after the game.
On a chilly afternoon at Dow Diamond, the Loons prevailed on Opening Day back in Midland 5-4 in front of a crowd of 2,664. Outfielder Logan Landon talked with Brad Tunney following the win.
So many voices. Baseball is back for the guys. They talk the upcoming Loons season. Plus, Spring Training is in the books and we get initial Tigers thoughts. That and a lot more.
By Matt DeVries / @DeVries_Matt MIDLAND, Mich. — The Great Lakes Loons are excited to announce, in conjunction with their parent club the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team’s 2016 Opening Day roster for the Loons’ 10th season of Midwest League
Back after a break. The guys dig in with Tech Talk right away talking new phones and video games. Plus, Opening Day is fast approaching and everyone is getting ready for another season!
After winning their first regional title since 1979, the Midland Chemics (18-7) were attempting to make the state semifinals for the first time in 46 years. They fell to Macomb Dakota Cougars in Grand Blanc 66-47.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! The guys honor the long-standing tradition by spending it at a local bar and take the podcast on the road!
In a game that was expected to be won by the team from Saginaw, it was Midland who prevailed. The Chemics held off the Trojans 60-56 for the first regional title under head coach Eric Krause.