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  Beloit Snappers - Midwest League (MWL) Affiliated Baseball on OurSports Central
Beloit Snappers 5 at Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 2
Beloit Snappers 2 at Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 3
Beloit Snappers 1 at Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 6
www.oursportscentral.com /services/schedule/?t_id=335   (976 words)

  
 The Official Website of the Beloit Snappers
Before the Snappers arrived in town in 1982, the only professional baseball team in Beloit was a team affiliated with the old Class "D" Wisconsin Association in 1905.
The Beloit Snappers have been a Class "A" affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers since the club joined the Midwest League in 1982.
In Beloit, the Snappers saw their attendance increase for the third straight season as they completed one of the most successful seasons off the field in the franchise's 21 year history.
www.snappersbaseball.com /history.php   (371 words)

  
  Beloit Snappers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Beloit Snappers are a Class A minor league baseball team, affiliated with the Minnesota Twins, that plays in the Midwest League.
Beloit joined the Midwest League as an expansion franchise in 1982.
The name derives from the snapping turtle, because Beloit was formerly known as Turtle Village and there is still a Turtle Creek and a Town of Turtle.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Beloit_Snappers   (312 words)

  
 Peoria Chiefs
Beloit struck first in the bottom of the first inning against Chiefs starter Matt Weber.
Weber was uncharacteristically wild in the bottom of the second as the Snappers regained the lead.
Beloit pushed the lead back to six against Estrada in the home half of the inning.
www.peoriachiefs.com /news/?id=6176   (662 words)

  
 Peoria Chiefs
April 19, 2006 - Beloit, WI -The Beloit Snappers jumped on the Peoria Chiefs early and never let up cruising to an 8-2 win in the third game of a four game series Wednesday night.
Beloit staged a two-out rally of their own in the bottom of the 1st against Mike Billek.
The Snappers broke the game open in the 5th inning and knocked Billek from the contest.
www.peoriachiefs.com /news/?id=5602   (479 words)

  
 The Hawk Eye
BELOIT, Wis. -- Chris Parmelee two-run double in the seventh inning helped the Beloit Snappers to a 7-5 victory over the Burlington Bees in a Class A Midwest League game Sunday afternoon.
Beloit swept the four-game series, as the Bees dropped their seventh consecutive game.
Beloit answered with three runs in the fourth inning, then the Bees took the lead in the fifth on Thompson's home run.
www.thehawkeye.com /Story/Bees_fall_to_Beloit   (235 words)

  
 Beloit, Wisconsin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beloit is home to a Hormel plant, the world's largest can of chili [1], and the Beloit Snappers baseball club of the Midwest League.
Beloit Memorial High School, part of the School District of Beloit.
Beloit as an Ecosystem An exploration of the land, water, and society of Beloit, Wisconsin.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Beloit,_Wisconsin   (564 words)

  
 Beloit Snappers - BR Bullpen
The Beloit Snappers have been a member of the Midwest League since 1982.
Currently, the Snappers are working on plans for a new stadium in Janesville, Wisconsin (which is right next to Beloit) with former Milwaukee Bucks owner Jim Fitzgerald.
He said that the Snappers would be more for Rock County than just Janesville and the team could be renamed the Rock County Rockers.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/Beloit_Snappers   (125 words)

  
 Village Profile Presents Beloit, Wisconsin
After graduating from the College, native Beloiter Roy Chapman Andrews (reputedly the model for the character Indiana Jones) discovered dinosaur eggs in Mongolia (thus proving that the creatures were reptiles) and became director of New York City's prestigious American Museum of Natural History.
Beloit's newest museum is given over to angels, specifically the world's largest collection, including the accumulation of fl angels donated by Oprah Winfrey.
Beloit is served by a modern community hospital affiliated with the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics.
www.villageprofile.com /wisconsin/beloit/beloit2.html   (532 words)

  
 The State News - www.statenews.com
The next two runs came on an error by Beloit shortstop Ozzie Chavez, who fielded Lugnut third baseman Corey Slavik’s grounder and overshot the ball into the Snapper dugout on a throw to third.
Beloit (24-27) responded by scoring five of the next six runs in the second and third innings to cut the Lugnuts’ lead to 6-5.
The Snappers took control with a three-run fifth inning, which knocked Lansing right-hander Sergio Mitre (2-6) from the game.
www.statenews.com /article.phtml?pk=10660   (527 words)

  
 Weather pushes back Snappers' '07 opener | The Janesville Gazette | Janesville, Wisconsin, USA
Beloit posted a 39-31 second-half record to earn a spot in the Midwest League playoffs.
Beloit defeated Peoria, 2-0 in the best-of-three first round before losing to Kane County.
The Snappers face a challenging April schedule as they play 15 of their first 19 games on the road.
www.gazetteextra.com /snappers_opener040507.asp   (1000 words)

  
 Taylor's Twins Talk: Beloit Snappers Roster
The Snappers roster was the first to officially be released (the Rock Cats roster is close to complete, and the Red Wings have something that looks awfully close to accurate up as well, but I don't trust them quite yet).
Santiesteban should be the Snappers starting center fielder this year, and it will be interesting to see how the 22-year-old fares in his first full season action.
The active roster size at the A-ball level is 25, and there are 29 players on the list that the Snappers made available on their official website, so at least a few of these guys will open the season on the reserve list or on the disabled list rather than on the active roster.
mntwinstalk.blogspot.com /2007/04/beloit-snappers-roster.html   (1024 words)

  
 The State News - www.statenews.com
Dopirak made the catch and touched first base to double off Beloit right fielder Robby Deevers, who didn't even know the ball was caught.
The 'Nuts then found luck on their side in the eighth inning, when the Snappers had runners at first and third with two outs.
Beloit left fielder Drew Anderson hit a ball to right field that looked destined to be a base hit, however, the ball hit a Beloit runner, third baseman Adam Heether.
www.statenews.com /article.phtml?pk=23865   (553 words)

  
 Century 21 Affiliated   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
 Beloit, Wisconsin, is located in Rock County and lies between the Wisconsin capital city of Madison and the Wisconsin-Illinois border.
Beloit is home to Beloit College, the world's largest can of chili (Hormel), and the Beloit Snappers, the Minnesota Twins' minor leage (A) baseball club in the Midwest League.
Situated at the confluence of the Rock River and Turtle Creek, what is now Beloit, Wisconsin, has long been home to various Native-American tribes, from the ancient Mound Builders to the Winnebagos, the last tribe to have a semi-permanent settlement at the future Beloit.
www.c21affiliated.com /beloit_real_estate.htm   (785 words)

  
 BallParkWatch - Beloit Snappers, Milwaukee Brewers extend player-development contract
The Beloit Professional Baseball Association reached an agreement with the Milwaukee Brewers to a two-year extension of their player development contract.
The agreement means the Beloit Snappers will be an affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers through at least the 2004 season.
The Beloit franchise was founded in 1982 and has been a Brewers’ affiliate since that inaugural season.
www.ballparkdigest.com /news/beloit_brewers.htm   (380 words)

  
 Beloit Public Library - Beloit (WI) Information Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Beloit College The oldest continually existing college in the State of Wisconsin.
Beloit Turner School District with links to each school in the district.
Beloit Public Library reserves the right to decline to link to a site or to discontinue a link to a site.
als.lib.wi.us /BPL/beloit.htm   (329 words)

  
 The Lansing Lugnuts
Beloit jumped on Lansing starter Kyle Ginley, scoring seven runs in the first three innings.
The Snappers extended the lead in the third frame, getting four runs to cross the plate with a two out rally.
Beloit added three more runs on a three-run shot by Chris Parmelee that made it 10-0 in the fifth.
www.lansinglugnuts.com /press_box/press_release_archive/4_22_07.html   (277 words)

  
 OOTP V4 REPORT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Israel Alcantara was sent down from the active roster to A Beloit Snappers.
Jimmy Osting was sent down from AAA Indianapolis Indians to A Beloit Snappers.
Robert Perez was sent down from AAA Indianapolis Indians to A Beloit Snappers.
www.infoblvd.net /ccteator/vbma/ttrans23.htm   (1498 words)

  
 BallParkWatch - Your Guide to Baseball Ballparks!
Dennis M. Conerton, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Beloit Professional Baseball Association, Inc. and Martha Mitchell, Executive Director of Visit Beloit, today announced the results of a market feasibility study for a proposed new ballpark for the Beloit, WI based Snappers' Minor League baseball franchise.
In meetings last week with the Boards of Directors of Visit Beloit and the Snappers, representatives of the Leib Group, LLC presented the results of a market analysis and survey completed by their organization over the past several months.
The Snappers' franchise is one of 14 teams in the Midwest League, which is a member of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues ("The Minor Leagues").
www.ballparkwatch.com /news/new_beloit.htm   (1160 words)

  
 Swing of the Quad Cities: Welcome!
The Swing of the Quad Cities could not hold onto an early lead as they were defeated, 6-2, by the Beloit Snappers on Friday night at Pohlman Field.
The Snappers pitching staff held the Swing to only five hits of the game, although Quad Cities first baseman Mike Ferris did reach three times on the night.
The Snappers got the run back in the bottom half of the frame, using a Mark Zamojc double and a Deacon Burns triple to slice the Swing lead back to run.
www.swingbaseball.com /?entry=1189   (536 words)

  
 User Comments For the Beloit Snappers - Baseball-Reference.com
I go to Beloit about 10 times a year and always look forward to going.
The ballpark is easy to find, but if you have a little time before the game, it's a good look to go down across the border to Rockford and follow the interstate to marinelli field.
Beloit's stadium can be easily found by driving from Milwaukee on I-43 until it ends, then just take a left at the sign and go through a small housing development and there you are.
www.baseball-reference.com /travel/usercomments.cgi?id=MWBEL   (459 words)

  
 Pohlman Field - Beloit, Wisconsin
Pohlman Field is a perfectly fine place to see a ballgame, but from an amenities standpoint, it simply doesn't measure up to most of the other ballparks in the Midwest League.
And that's a good thing as there always needs to be a few of these type of teams around to remind us of what the minor leagues were originally like.
Ownership has threatened that a new ballpark is the "last chance" for keeping the Snappers in Beloit.
www.ballparkreviews.com /beloit/beloit.htm   (457 words)

  
 Twins' brass excited about Beloit Snappers' first-half success | The Janesville Gazette | Janesville, Wisconsin, USA
With those credentials, folks tend to believe Rantz when he calls the 2007 Beloit Snappers, "the feel-good story" of the Twins organization.
Beloit struggled early offensively, but a rock-solid pitching staff carried the team.
Beloit leads the Midwest League in a number of pitching categories, including an impressive team ERA of 2.97.
www.gazetteextra.com /snappers061807.asp   (753 words)

  
 OnMilwaukee.com Sports: Beloit Snappers play pro ball on its most intimate level
The Brewers' Class A affiliate, the Beloit Snappers, play just an hour from Milwaukee and provide a fun and inexpensive way to watch professional baseball on its most intimate level.
For example, a recent game between the Snappers and the Clinton (Iowa) Lumber Kings saw the two teams combine for eight errors in a 14-inning thriller.
The 8-8 tie was finally broken when the Snappers pushed across the winning run on a balk.
www.onmilwaukee.com /articles/snappers.html   (660 words)

  
 Snapper officials continue their quest for new park | The Janesville Gazette | Janesville, Wisconsin, USA
BELOIT-The Beloit Snappers are still actively working to find a site and financing for a new stadium.
The franchise is now re-visiting previous locations, including one in the Gateway project east of Beloit and another piece of property along Interstate 90/39 closer to the Illinois border.
Because of the Professional Baseball Agreement between teams in the majors and minors, the Snappers are not in danger of losing their franchise this decade.
gazetteextra.com /snappers_ballpark040507.asp   (371 words)

  
 Beloit Daily News
The Twins and the Snappers agreed on a two-year extension of their Player Development Contract that will keep Twins minor league prospects playing in Beloit until 2010.
It should be noted that the contract is with the Beloit franchise and it doesn't guarantee the team's status in Beloit.
However, Conerton is optimistic that a deal for a new stadium will be reached soon with land in the Beloit area being mentioned as a possible site after the land-swap deal feel through earlier this year.
www.beloitdailynews.com /articles/2007/08/15/news/news02.txt   (618 words)

  
 Beloit News for August 2007 - Topix
Beloit, Wis. - A rite of autumn is under way with the arrival of first-year students at thousands of colleges and universities for registration.
Beloit has seen a rise in thefts from motor vehicles in the last few months, but one neighborhood isn't taking it lying down.
Beloit police found a possible explosive device in the vehicle of a Janesville man Wednesday night.
www.topix.net /city/beloit-wi/2007/08   (1044 words)

  
 BallParkWatch - Pohlman Field / Beloit Snappers
The team is owned by the Beloit Professional Baseball Association Inc., a not-for-profit organization charged with keeping professional baseball in the Beloit area.
Beloit is not a hotbed of baseball tradition.
The team was known as the Beloit Brewers through the 1994 season.
www.ballparkwatch.com /visits/pohlman_field.htm   (957 words)

  
 Scout.com: 2005 Beloit Positon Prospect Review
TwinCitiesDugout.com looks at the Beloit Snappers hitters from 2005, examining the guys who played a majority of the season with the Beloit Snappers, and had a minimum of 230 at-bats in the Midwest League.
During that month, he drove in 11 of his 24 runs, and was a key component to the Snappers’ offense.
He was the only Snapper to be picked on the Post-Season All-Star Team, and led the league in several offensive categories.
twins.scout.com /2/475868.html   (1194 words)

  
 Home of the Dayton Dragons: Press Releases
08/01/2006 11:37 PM Beloit, WI – On the Dayton Dragons (20-18, 55-53) current road trip, the Miami Valley’s team is as hot as the weather.
Beloit picked up three in the bottom of the fourth inning Erik Lis got the first Snapper run home with an RBI single.
The Snappers managed one run, charged to Watson, as Ursin got the final three outs of the night to earn his third save.
www.daytondragons.com /pressbox/pressrelease/index.html?article_id=186   (677 words)

  
 Medina Snappers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Snappers began play in the summer of 2003 as a member of the Lorain County Hot Stove League.
The Snappers are a first year 13 & 14 year old Class F division team and finished 15-9 in 2005 and 9-13 in 2006 while in Class G. Players on the Snappers come from the Medina Youth Baseball Association (MYBA) program.
As coaches of the Snappers, our goal is to pass on to our players our knowledge and love of the game of baseball through teaching and example.
eteamz.active.com /medinasnappers/index.cfm   (296 words)

  
 Beloit Snappers Eye New Baseball Stadium - SportsNews Story - WISC Madison
BELOIT, Wis. -- The Beloit Snappers, with the help of a private investor, are looking at plans to build a new stadium for the Snappers.
With the help of Mulder Dairy Farms, the Snappers hope to swap county farmland for land near Interstate 90, a site that would hold both a new stadium and 4-H fairgrounds.
The Snappers said they hope the proposal will help the team break new ground by next spring.
www.channel3000.com /sports/10056426/detail.html?rss=c3k&psp=sports   (463 words)

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