Date(s) - 07/25/2023
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
he Northwest Indiana Oilmen have announced plans to recognize the men and women of the Region’s Police and Fire Departments during Police and Fire Appreciation Night on Tuesday, July 25 as part of a 7:10 p.m. game against the Elkhart County Miracle at Oil City Stadium.
The event is sponsored by bp Whiting as police and fire departments across Northwest Indiana will receive free tickets while supplies last.
“We are thrilled to partner with bp Whiting for a night of giving back to the local heroes who keep our communities safe through their work in police and fire departments throughout the Region,” Oilmen President Don Popravak said.
“We can’t wait to see those hard-working men and women enjoy a night of exciting baseball and family entertainment at Oil City Stadium. Our organization cherishes the opportunity to give back to the community, and we’re thankful to bp Whiting for helping make this night possible,” continued Don.
The oil refinery provides an unmistakable backdrop for the Region’s Team, and the Oilmen have enjoyed a longtime partnership with bp Whiting.
“bp values the work and dedication that police and firefighters must take on each and every day,” said Donnie Brown, Vice President Refining – Whiting Refinery. “Thank you to the Northwest Indiana Oilmen for allowing us the opportunity to partner. From all of us at the Whiting Refinery, we commend you for what you do and appreciate your commitment to safety.”
As the new season begins, it is time to welcome the new additions who will suit up for the black and gold. The Northwest Indiana Oilmen look to have another successful season in store, and it all begins this Wednesday night against the Lake County Corn Dogs at 7pm.
After a winning record last season for the Oilmen, President and General Manager Don Popravak has the Oilmen ready to take on another prosperous season. The teams competing in the Northern League include the Griffith Generals, Northwest Indiana Oilmen, Indiana Panthers, Southland Vikings, Elkhart Miracle, and the Lake County Corn Dogs Continue Reading . . .
In addition to featuring a new home, the recently-relocated Griffith Generals will have a new manager at the helm for the 2023 Northern League campaign.
Peter Romsek has been hired to lead the Generals during their quest for a third consecutive playoff berth and second league title in the last three years. Romsek is in his third season as an assistant coach at Saint Xavier University in Chicago, where he serves as the team’s hitting coach, infield coach and recruiting coordinator. Continue Reading . . .
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen are a Pre-minor league baseball club that has captured the excitement of the “Region” with their aggressive play and determination on the filed. With a home file winning percentage of over.700, the Oilmen live up to their name through hard work and gritty play.
Games start at home on June 7th and run through August 3rd, 2023. Continue Reading . . .
New this year, the Griffith Generals baseball team is pitching from the Griffith H.S. Field at 901 W. Pine St., Griffith, Indiana. Opening Day is scheduled for Tuesday, May 30th, first pitch is at 7:10 PM. Part of the Northern League, they are batting against the Elkhart County Miracle, Indiana Panthers, Lake County Corndogs, Northwest Indiana Oilmen, and the Southland Vikings. Continue Reading . . .
The Northern League has announced that the Joliet Generals baseball team will be renamed the Griffith Generals and relocate to Griffith, Ind. beginning with the 2023 season.
“We are thrilled to partner with Griffith Public Schools to bring the Generals to Northwest Indiana,” Northern League Commissioner Don Popravak said. “The location is a perfect fit for our league’s geographic
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What do sports, fairs, ranges, ranches, and Labradors have in common? Mike Blythe of Valparaiso Indiana! Mike is the owner of Blythe’s Athletics, Blythe’s Horse Farm, Creekside Stable & Kennels and is an integral supporter of the Porter County Fair. Back in 1982, a young man from Griffith, Indiana…
The Crown Point Sports Plex will be undergoing a $1 million dollar improvement project. Plans for new turf infields, proper drainage, and more infrastructure are needed to support the turf. The Project totaling $977,000 will be performed by Austgen Equipment. City Experts expect the work to be completed in time for the softball and baseball…
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