Rochester, Minn. — The Northwoods League has announced the participants for the 2015 Marshfield Clinic Home Run Challenge which will take place before the Northwoods League All-Star game on Tuesday, July 21 at Witter Field in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin.
Nine participants from both the South and North have been chosen for the event which will feature a nine inning competition between the two divisions.
Marshfield Clinic Home Run Challenge Participants
Lucas Raley – Lakeshore 11 HR
Anthony Gonsolin – Madison 10 HR
Jason Scholl – Kenosha 8 HR
Albee Weiss – Wisconsin 9 HR
Max Ponzurick – Wisconsin 7 HR
Mason McCoy – La Crosse 7 HR
Ryan Donovan – Green Bay 6 HR
Colin Theroux – Madison 7 HR
Mitch McGeein – Wisconsin Rapids 7 HR
Joe DeRoche – Duffin Rochester 8 HR
Rickey Sanchez – Alexandria 6 HR
Paul Panaccione – Mankato 3 HR
Tyler Adkison – Eau Claire 5 HR
Austin Athmann – St. Cloud 4 HR
Daulton Varsho – Eau Claire 3 HR
Nate Nolan – Thunder Bay 4 HR
Storm Wilson – Willmar 3 HR
Josh Merrigan – Alexandria 3 HR
The format for the Marshfield Clinic Home Run Challenge is below:
1. There will be 9 innings with each player having one half inning.
Away team (North) player bats first in the top of the inning, and home team player next (South) in the bottom half of the inning.
Each player will have one half inning at bat that will consist of 6 outs
The player with the most home runs at the end of the 9 innings, will be the Home Run Challenge Winner
The team (North or South) with the most home runs will be announced as the winner of the team competition.
The Marshfield Clinic All-Star Game festivities will begin on Monday, July 20th with an evening banquet at Hotel Mead & Conference Center honoring the players selected to the North and South Division All-Star teams. The banquet will feature a keynote address by Milwaukee Brewers President of Baseball Operations-General Manager Doug Melvin along with a question and answer session for the Brewers chief executive.
The full itinerary of events is as follows:
All-Star Event Itinerary
Monday, July 20-Hotel Mead & Conference Center
6:00 pm – Social Hour
7:00 pm – Marshfield Clinic Northwoods League All-Star Banquet in the Grand Ballroom
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