Tueday, August 5 game vs Menasha at Municipal Field is sponsored by Subway and admission will be $1:00. It will be Fan Appreciation Day. There will be many prizes given during the game also many reduced prices. Come on out to the ballpark for the last Home Stand of the 2014 Season. See you there.
The Oshkosh Giants will be playing 2 games vs the Bandits on Monday, August 4th at Municipal Field. The first pitch will be at 6:30pm. The game is sponsored by Shipbuilders Credit Union. Admission is $1:00. Also Tuedays game vs Menasha at Municipal Field is sponsored by Subway and admission will be $1:00. It will be Fan Appreciation Day. There will be many prizes given during the game also some reduced prices. Come on out to the ballpark for the last Home Stand of the 2014 Season. See you there.
The Bandits will be playing at Sheboygan on Friday, Aug. 1 at 7:30. Come on down to Sheboygan to cheer on the Bandits trying to spoil Sheboygans play off seeding. The game vs Green Bay at Manitowoc has been cancelled.
Thank you to all who came to our Military Day to honor our Veterans and Military. Also a big thank you to Thrivent Financial West Shore Team for their sponsorship and support.
Tonight's game (July 15) vs the Oshkosh Giants has been rescheduled. The game will be made up during a doubleheader on August 4th starting at 6:30pm.
The Manitowoc Miracles Special Olympics Bandits will be playingin District Softball Tourney Saturday July 12 at 10:15am and at 12:15pm (losers) or 1:30pm (winners). Good luck and have a safe trip!
On Tuesday the Appleton Legends rallied with 5 runs in the 9th inning to defeat the Bandits 7-4 in a Northeastern Wiscosin Baseball League game. The Bandits held a 4-2 lead into the 9th inning, but were unable to close the door. Manitowoc got a strong performance on the mound from Jeff Schuurmans who surrendered only 1 earned run over 7 innings. Alex Brewer came in to relieve Schuurmans in the 8th inning where the Legends would not score. However, in the 9th inning a base hit, a walk, and a bunt for a hit left the bases loaded with no one out for Appleton.