Published On: November 16th, 2018


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Ashwaubenon, Wis.-Entering into a new era in the Northwoods League, the newly minted Green Bay Booyah will begin the 2019 Northwoods League season on the road against the expansion Traverse City baseball franchise on Tuesday, May 28th next summer. The Northwoods League released its complete schedule today for the 2019 season. The schedule now features 22 teams with the additions of the Kokomo Jackrabbits and Traverse City Baseball. Each team will continue to play 72 regular season games, along with a continuation of scheduled doubleheaders.

As part of the 2019 expansion and realignment, the League is adopting new divisional names: Great Plains and Great Lakes.  The names pay homage to the growth the League has experienced over its 25-year history, as well as its vast geographic presence, stretching from the Great Plains at its western-most edge, throughout the Great Lakes region to the East.  The Division and Sub-Division breakout is as follows.

Great Plains West: Bismarck, Mankato, Rochester, St. Cloud, Willmar

Great Plains East: Duluth, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Thunder Bay, Waterloo

Great Lakes West: Fond du Lac, Green Bay, Lakeshore, Madison, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Rapids

Great Lakes East: Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Kenosha, Kokomo, Rockford, Traverse City

The Northwoods League, which plays two halves to determine playoff participants, will end the first half of play on July 3rd with the second half beginning the following day.  The Northwoods League All-Star game will take place in Waterloo, IA on July 16th. The 2019 All-Star game will be the 25th All-Star Game in the League’s history.

Highlights of the 2019 Booyah schedule include:

A wide assortment of dates to choose from: The Booyah will play three games on Mondays; six games on Tuesdays; four games on Wednesday; three games on Thursdays; seven games on Fridays; five games on Saturdays; and eight games on Sundays.

  • The Booyah final home game of the regular season will be Sunday, August 11th against the Wisconsin Woodchucks for the always popular “Fan Appreciation Night”. First pitch is scheduled for 4:05pm.
  • The Booyah will host the Madison Mallards on Tuesday, June 25th for a day-night doubleheader at Capital Credit Union Park. Game one of the twin bill will be a 11:05 start and the night game will commence at 6:35. There will be two separate openings for the doubleheader that day. On Wednesday, July 24th, the Booyah will travel to Madison for a day-night doubleheader at Warner Park. 
  • The Major League Dreams Showcase event, featuring the top 100 prospects in the Northwoods League as chosen by a panel of major league scouts will return to Warner Park in Madison, WI for the seventh year on August 6th. Proceeds from this marquee event support the NWL Foundation.

The all-inclusive 5 Game Memberships, season ticket packages and group tickets are on sale now. Dates for the mini-plan packages will be released soon. Please call the Booyah Front Office at 920-497-7225 or stop into the new retail location at 2325 Holmgren Way, Suite 110 for additional information.

Single game ticket prices for the inaugural season at Capital Credit Union Park will start at $8 for the grass berm seating area and $12 for a reserved box seat and will go on sale in April of next year. The full promotional schedule for the 2019 Booyah season will be released in the spring as well.

If you’re still looking for a gift for the holidays, make sure to stop into the Booyah Team Store at 2325 Holmgren Way, Suite 110 or purchase online at  Ticket packages, new merchandise and gift cards are all available.

To download your 2019 schedule CLICK HERE

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